On August 25, the Institute for Peace & Diplomacy (IPD) will host a panel discussion titled “Impasse or Turning Point? Canada-China Relations at a Crossroads”. The virtual panel will be held from 11:00
Institute for Peace & Diplomacy (IPD) will host a panel discussion titled "What's next for Afghanistan Amid Taliban's Rise and US Withdrawal?" with keynote address by Ambassador of Afghanistan to Canada H.E.
Join us in this one-on-one conversation with Ambassador Chas Freeman as part of IPD's ongoing series on the current landscape of US-China relations.
IPD’s executive director Bijan Ahmadi commented in a report published by Asia Times about Iran's new administration and the future of nuclear negotiations.
Rather than stymying Chinese technology investments in Canada and collaboration with Chinese researchers, policymakers need to ensure that existing institutional and commercial arrangements contribute to making Canadian technology firms bigger and more
On July 29, 2021 the Institute for Peace and Diplomacy (IPD) hosted ‘Geopolitics of Asia and Chinese Perceptions of Security in the Multipolar World,’ the third panel in its running series on
Washington’s inclination to militarize its dispute with China when the strategic competition in Asia actually centers on economic, not military, concerns is worse than foolish.
It's high time for Ottawa to review its Middle East policy and withdraw its remaining CAF troops from Iraq.
Syria marks a clear watershed in the history of North Atlantic foreign policy, the final straw breaking more than two decades of tacit consensus of a national security establishment that had routinely
The third panel in IPD’s ongoing series on the current landscape of Sino-American relations, “The Digital Great Game - the Technological Frontier in U.S.-China Strategic Competition” will explore the geopolitical drivers behind