IPD Advisor Jocelyn Coulon wrote an op-ed (in French) for La Presse on the potential for Ukrainian neutrality and the political preconditions for it to move forward in negotiations between Moscow and
IPD Senior Fellow Ann Fitz-Gerald co-authored an op-ed for iPolitics on the parliamentary standstill over the National Security and Intelligence Committee of Parliamentarians due to controversy over an order from the Special
What are the main reasons that explain Canada’s global marginalization? We are looking for contributors who can shed some light on this matter. Individuals who are interested to write a chapter in
IPD's Research Director Arta Moeini was quoted in The Dallas Express to discuss recent indications by Moscow and Tehran that they will conclude a twenty-year cooperation agreement.
The Institute for Peace and Diplomacy will host a panel discussion titled "Iran Nuclear Talks at a Turning Point" on February 4, 2022 from 11:00 AM to 12:15 PM (EST).
Neither Russia nor the United States are willing to make substantial concessions, locking them into a path-dependent outcome that will result in increased regional instability, deeper divisions within NATO and an uncertain
The Institute for Peace and Diplomacy hosted a panel discussion titled "Canada-China Relations in a Changing Environment: Climate, Energy and the Arctic" on February 2, 2022. It was the final panel in
We Americans have long labored under the conceit that our world relations are guided by an Enlightenment polarity between “realism” vs. “idealism.” We are actually moved, however, by deeper currents in the
IPD Senior Fellow Jean-François Caron appeared in an interview with TVA Nouvelles to discuss the crisis in Ukraine, its historical roots, understanding Moscow's threat perceptions of NATO expansion, and ongoing talks between
IPD Advisor, Jocelyn Coulon wrote a piece (in French) for Le Devoir arguing that the West must rethink the European security architecture, especially with Ukraine's possible accession to NATO in question amid