A grassroots non-profit organization is helping educate those left behind
Canada and the United States should adopt a common strategic democracy visa policy
After More Than 50 Years of Concerted Diplomatic Effort, What Went Wrong?
Moldova has been under increasing threat ever since Russia’s February 2022 invasion of Ukraine
Although faced with genocide few Rohingya refugees are now in Canada
In Nagorno-Karabakh, Armenians face armed aggression and ethnic-cleansing
2023, the 100th anniversary of the Turkish Republic was meant to be an annus mirabilis, or wonderful year
Students from the University of British Columbia’s Master of Public Policy and Global Affairs program argue that Ottawa should re-prioritize its relations with the region
A decade after the first Canada-India Strategic Dialogue, Canada and India’s foreign ministers recently met in New Delhi with a view to improving ties
Social responsibility – will an upcoming Swedish criminal case shake up the corporate mining and oil exploration world?
Canadian companies active in mining and oil exploration account for almost half the world’s activities in the sector.