The war has thus given Beijing a unique opportunity to deepen Russia’s dependence on China, which in turn provides the foundations for China to focus exclusively on the strategic pressures emanating from
The Institute for Peace and Diplomacy held an in-person symposium on 'The Future of European Security in the Wake of the Ukraine War' on April 17, 2023.
Senior Fellow A. Farid Tookhy spoke on a panel with Ahmed Rashid, Shanthie Mariet D'Souza, Xuecheng Li, Serguei Plekhanov, Ali A. Jalali, Roland Paris and Nipa Banerjee for the University of Ottawa's
Speaking to CBC News on Xi Jinping's meeting with Putin in Moscow, Senior Fellow Andrew Latham suggests China and Russia "need each other very much — there is a structural imperative for
IPD Advisor Luciano Zaccara spoke on a panel from the Middle East Council on Global Affairs and the Issam Fares Institute for Public Policy & International Affairs on the implications of the
The IPD Young Fellowship is a one-year program aimed at developing the next generation of leaders in Canadian foreign policy. This non-resident program provides recent graduates and young professionals (under 35) with
Reviewing the book 'The Final Struggle: Inside China’s Global Strategy' for The National Interest, Senior Fellow Andrew Latham writes that it appears "a decade out of time" as "the animating question at
Read the Institute for Peace and Diplomacy's Symposium on the Chinese-brokered Iran-Saudi deal, featuring top-notch analysis from a diverse group of experts in the Middle East and beyond.
For The Hill, Senior Fellow Andrew Latham suggests that China's foreign policy today represents continuity with a history of strategic balancing.
In his latest co-authored piece, Executive Director Bijan Ahmadi argues that "maximum support for the Iranian protesters from democratic governments is essential to achieving a successful outcome for the Iranian people."