While many in Washington are content with a strategy of waiting patiently for sanctions to force Pyongyang’s capitulation, this approach overlooks how existentially critical nuclear weaponry has become in North Korea’s strategic
IPD Senior Fellow, Jean-Francois Caron wrote a piece (in French) for Le Devoir that assesses Western accountability for the crisis in Ukraine.
Canada and its international allies must focus on de-escalating military tensions with Russia and encourage the leadership in Kyiv to pursue a diplomatic route of conflict resolution.
An imperfect reconstitution of the Iran deal would still improve Iran’s current economic conditions and strengthen the country’s capacity to manage future uncertainties—provided that it results in real economic opportunities
The withdrawal from Afghanistan and efforts at forging a “stable and predictable” relationship with Russia have been key indicators of US priorities in the Biden administration’s first year. However, the most important
Canada is a participant in a rapidly evolving international economic order in which China’s economy is poised to overtake the US by the end of this decade. At the same time, America
On December 8th, the Institute for Peace and Diplomacy (IPD) organized a discussion titled, "The Impact of Strained Ties with China on Canadian Universities". This discussion is part of IPD's China Strategy
On December 16th, The Institute for Peace and Diplomacy is co-sponsoring a debate with the Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft titled, "Should the U.S. Seek to Contain China?".
The gathering [Summit for Democracy] does present us with an opportunity to take stock of Canadian foreign policy relative to other democracies. One way to do so is by analyzing United Nations
In short, Western policy has encouraged Ukraine to act in a way that prevents a peaceful settlement of the war in Donbass. The current war scare involving Russia should focus minds in