A new era calls for a new approach to how Canada interacts with the world. Foreign policy analysts have been pointing this out for some time, arguing that Ottawa must prepare for
Proxy wars represent a most dangerous game in great power competition. Danger here has two dimensions. First, easy and early success can trigger strategic euphoria in the proxy-master. The empire can be
Given the current status quo of how MENA is handling its water scarcity along with the compounding effect of climate change on the region’s water resources, there are plenty of opportunities to
In an article for The Hill Times, IPD's executive director Bijan Ahmadi argues that as part of its agenda for international advocacy for human rights, Canada must invest in fighting against internet
A year after the Taliban’s return to power in Afghanistan, the international community is still grappling with formulating a response to the situation in the country. A central issue is how to
Jocelyn Coulon, conseiller de l'IPD, a publié un article pour La Presse sur la possibilité de réformer le Conseil de sécurité de l'ONU.
Research Fellow Christopher Mott authored an opinion piece for the National Interest. He argues that "in an increasingly multipolar world, the powers that show restraint towards such forms of interventionism will find themselves
The Institute for Peace and Diplomacy hosted a panel titled "Russia's Annexations: Repercussions for European Security & the International Order" on Friday, October 7, 2022.