The Think Tank
ESSAYS, INTERVIEWS, AND GRAPHICS
If Canada wants stronger relations with Africa, our Diplomat-in-Chief needs more help from the government.
By David Hornsby
Arctic Council Warms Toward Asia
James Manicom and Whitney Lackenbauer on why the decision to grant Asian states access to the Arctic Council is the right one
Pakistan Won’t Save Afghanistan
Daryl Copeland on why Afghanistan's future rests on much more than who next comes to power in Pakistan.
Aiding by China’s Rules
Stephen Noakes on why the Chinese environment is a game changer for foreign NGOs.
The “Only Choice”
Atsushi Tago and Srdjan Vucetic compare the Canadian and Japanese F-35 decisions.
The Business of Spying
Governments aren't the only ones deploying spies these days. David Robillard explains.
Foreign Policy Implications of The Big Shift
The distribution of power among Canada's provinces is changing. Darrell Bricker on what this means for Canadian foreign policy.
Harnessing the Energy Revolution
The North American energy landscape is being transformed. CFR Fellow Michael Levi on why it would be a mistake to choose just one path.
The Business of Human Rights
Dr. Alexandra Guáqueta, member of the UN Working Group on Business and Human Rights, on state versus corporate responsibility to protect the human rights of workers in Bangladesh and beyond.
Videos and Graphics
Are We Ready?
Canada's North is opening up. What does that mean for search and rescue operations there?
The OpenGlobal Show #1
Joshua Foust, Katherine Maher, Taylor Owen, and Ivan Sigal look at the Boston Marathon attack and its aftermath.
Canada's economic relationship with Japan, the third largest economy in the world, is an important one – and will become only more important should the two countries agree on a free-trade deal.