The BRI is the Chinese government’s ambitious and international infrastructure development project whose goal is to greatly expand trade and logistical capacity across numerous partner nations. Many of the targeted nations are
A fully sovereign and defensible North American geopolitical landscape from the Arctic to the tropics is in America’s national interest, particularly as the world’s multipolarity continues to come into sharper focus in
In this interview IPD Research Associate Sarah Sutherland talks to former Canadian Ambassador to China Guy Saint-Jacques about Canada-China relations and potential for cooperation on climate change and environmental protection.
Since the emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic, Middle Eastern countries have rushed to gain access to foreign vaccines. In this competitive environment, China, Russia, and the United States have all offered to
The Institute for Peace & Diplomacy’s recent panel, ‘Privacy and Passenger Biometrics – New Developments and Perspectives,’ has been featured on BiometricUpdate.com, an outlet for news, analysis and research about the global
The Institute for Peace & Diplomacy's recent panel, 'Assessing Canada-China Relations — Challenges and Opportunities,' has been featured on China Daily, an English-language Chinese news outlet.
Paul Evans, a professor of public policy
The Institute for Peace & Diplomacy's recent panel, 'Assessing Canada-China Relations — Challenges and Opportunities,' has been featured on China News, a well-known Chinese news portal.
The focus of the panel was for