Nuclear arms control is a critical aspect of managing great power competition in the international system. Developing a strong and clear understanding of arms control with other great powers is a crucial
The Institute for Peace and Diplomacy (IPD) and The Hill Times have signed a partnership agreement to collaborate on various upcoming panels and events. The sponsorship, effective November 1, will allow
The Institute for Peace and Diplomacy's recent panel, 'The Impact of COVID-19 on Security and Stability in the Middle East' was broadcast on CPAC's Public Record. Supported by the Department of National
The Institute for Peace and Diplomacy's recent panel, 'The Impact of COVID-19 on Canada’s Foreign Policy,' was broadcast on CPAC's Public Record. Supported by the Department of National Defence’s Mobilizing Insights in
The outcome of the US presidential election in November will ultimately determine the future of bilateral relations with the United States. Canada faces two prospects: the re-election of President Donald Trump or
Without a doubt, there is enough existing overlap in the policy positions of Sanders and Biden that could facilitate a role for Sanders as Secretary of State in a Biden administration.
Amid an international order that faces pressing challenges, Canada must forge its own distinct identity based on a consistently principled approach to international affairs.
The Institute for Peace and Diplomacy’s recent panel, ‘The Impact of COVID-19 on Security and Stability in the Middle East,’ has been featured in the ‘COVID-19, Conflict, Governance Evidence Summary’ by K4D’s