Assessing Washington's policy towards Ukraine for The Atlantic, Senior Fellow Max Abrahms examines findings from international relations scholarship, suggesting that "the most relevant ones urge greater caution in America’s approach to countering Russia."
Research Fellow Christopher Mott authored a contribution for Responsible Statecraft examining how maximalists look at WWII and think the Ukraine war can take a similar path, but he suggests that that is
For New Voice of Ukraine, Senior Fellow Andrew Latham explains how Beijing has pursued a hedging strategy vis-à-vis Ukraine and Russia while at the same time it has endeavored to avoid being
It does not look like Kazakhstan is abandoning its commitment to a multi-vector foreign policy, defined by balancing diplomatic relations with Russia, China, and the West. Increasingly finding itself in the middle
This project addresses the shifting European security order and Canada’s role in it. Over the course of 2023, IPD will organize a series of workshops, webinars and policy papers to outline policy
European foreign policy in the Indo-Pacific could "nurture" the Union's strategic autonomy by establishing a "delineated hard security role in the South China Sea while maintaining a degree of distance from the
IPD Research Fellow Zachary Paikin appeared in an episode of Voices from Brussels, a Euranet Plus podcast, discussing how the war in Ukraine has reshuffled the cards of European defense and security,
This Institute for Peace and Diplomacy project examines what elements of consensus on Europe’s security order might be reached between Moscow and Western capitals after the war in Ukraine.
The most recent edition of IPD's Canadian Foreign Policy Bulletin examines Ottawa's newly-released Indo-Pacific Strategy and more. Subscribe today.
The Institute for Peace and Diplomacy's recent panel, 'The Impact of COVID-19 on Canada’s Foreign Policy,' was broadcast on CPAC's Public Record. Supported by the Department of National Defence’s Mobilizing Insights in