The current chill of Canada’s political and diplomatic relations with China should not be a barrier for the two countries to work together in pursuing energy efficiency, climate change collaboration and especially
Senior Fellow Andrew Latham writes for The Hill and argues that great power competition is a misleading framework on which contemporary grand strategy should be premised.
The Institute for Peace and Diplomacy hosted a panel titled "Two Years On: What Lies Ahead of the Abraham Accords & Middle East Security?" on Thursday, October 6, 2022.
Jocelyn Coulon, conseiller de l'IPD, a publié un article pour La Presse sur l'évolution de l'ordre international.
Today’s international terrorism threat is not “blinking red,” making our counterterrorism response less clear. Based on all indicators, international terrorism remains a problem but does not seem quite as urgent. So, what
IPD's Executive Director Bijan Ahmadi and Research Associate Pouyan Kimiayjan authored an opinion piece for the Toronto Star. They advocate for greater investments towards infrastructure and defence to protect Canadian interests in the Arctic.
The Abraham Accords were a formal manifestation of the true underlying reality in the Middle East, which until their signature was poorly represented by explicit diplomacy and declaration. Their main importance is
As part of the conference proceedings for the 2nd Annual Middle East Strategy Forum (MESF), Institute for Peace and Diplomacy (IPD) is publishing a series of policy-oriented papers by a diverse group
IPD’s Research Director Arta Moeini and Senior Fellow David Carment authored a commentary for UnHerd, offering their critique of President Biden's recent 'Soul of the Nation' speech.
On September 15, 2022, IPD convened the second roundtable of its “Canada’s Interests in a Shifting Order” project. The topic of this session focused on Canada’s long-term foreign policy imperatives in Europe.