The Think Tank
ESSAYS, INTERVIEWS, AND GRAPHICS
The Five Reasons the Outside World Won’t Intervene In Syria
Putin is not the sole obstacle holding the world back. By Ramesh Thakur.
Returning to the Responsiblity to Protect
If we want to make R2P's hope of "never again" a reality, we need to turn away from the critique of sovereignty and the example of Libya, argues John Duncan.
In Afghanistan, Signs of Democracy Taking Hold
The Afghan election was preceded by pessimistic speculations that it would be rigged or undermined by violence. Election day put to rest many of those concerns, says Scott Smith.
Hanna Samir Kassab on how the Cold War strategy used against the Soviet Union could be utilized again against Russia today.
How Canada Failed in Afghanistan
As Canada's mission to Afghanistan comes to a final end this month, Roland Paris considers its long-term impact.
The Best and Brightest?
Constantine Passaris suggests an agenda for North American immigration reform.
The Solutions to Climate Change are Solutions for the 99 Percent
An interview with environmental activist Tzeporah Berman.
John Adams on Snowden, CSEC, and Civilian Review
An interview with the former head of the Communications Security Establishment Canada.
Thomas Drake on Whistleblowing, Oversight, and the Future of Electronic Surveillance
An interview with the former senior National Security Agency official and whistleblower.
Videos and Graphics
Exploring the Options on Climate Change
How much carbon a given economy produces isn’t the only measure that matters in the climate change debate. How much economic bang an economy gets for its energy buck is also important.
Russia’s Sphere of Influence
We chart the growth of the former Soviet economies to get a better sense of the economic balance of power in the region.
We crunch the numbers on where Canada and the United States stand in terms of their immigrant populations.