IPD Research Fellow Zachary Paikin appeared in iAffairs Canada's Policy Talks podcast. He discussed recent challenges facing Europe and the impact of the Russia/Ukraine conflict on the European Union, as well as
The Institute for Peace and Diplomacy will host a debate titled "Should the West Push for a Negotiated Solution with Russia in the Ukraine War?" on Thursday, August 11, 2022.
Research Fellow Christopher Mott contributed an article to The National Interest on tensions between Tehran and the Taliban in the aftermath of the United States' withdrawal from Afghanistan.
Associate Fellow Anton Malkin wrote in The Diplomat with Tian He on the limitations and potential of the Biden administration's semiconductor agenda vis-à-vis China.
Senior Fellow Max Abrahms spoke to News@Northeastern on US President Biden's recent trip to Saudi Arabia and what it signals about Washington's broader foreign policy.
The Institute for Peace & Diplomacy’s newly launched project, dedicated to exploring Canadian interests in a multipolar world, marks the fifth generation of public calls to reconsider Canada’s global posture to better
How does Canada’s geographic position—and in particular our geostrategic location—determine the scope of Canadian national interests today? In Canada, there is a deep divide over the relationship between geopolitics and Canada’s national
Today's international order is marked by a shifting balance of power and deepening great power competition, even as the threat of climate change persists. Canada's diminishing special relationship with the United States
Research Fellow Christopher Mott penned a piece for Baku Dialogues on the status and role of middle powers in Central Asia and its periphery.
IPD Advisor Jocelyn Coulon appeared in an interview (FR) on Radio-Canada's Tout un matin with Maxime Coutié to examine Canada's withdrawal from the world stage and his view on Canada's more recent