Washington must accept that the international system has fundamentally changed since 2001 and adjust its posture to avoid further embarrassment and harm to its vital national interests—chief among them its global financial
IPD Advisor Jocelyn Coulon appeared in an interview on David Mann's Culture at Crossroads program to discuss relations with Russia, his reflections during his time in public service advising the Foreign Minister,
Volodymyr Zelensky has the opportunity not only to be the great wartime Ukrainian leader who oversaw the defence of Ukraine against Vladimir Putin’s aggression, but also the great peacemaker and statesman who
The Institute for Peace and Diplomacy hosted a panel discussion titled "Defending North America After Putin's War in Ukraine" on Wednesday, April 27, 2022.
IPD Senior Fellow Christopher Fettweis appeared in an interview for Cato Institute's Power Problems to discuss the role of political psychology internationally and domestically, how misperceptions drive conflict, and how “enemy images”
The Institute for Peace and Diplomacy hosted a panel discussion titled "US-China Relations Amid War in Ukraine" on Thursday, April 21, 2022.
IPD Advisor Peggy Mason appeared on TVO's The Agenda with Steve Paikin as part of a panel to discuss arms shipments to Ukraine, Canada's recently-announced defence budget increase, and deterrence against Russia.
IPD Advisor Jocelyn Coulon wrote an op-ed (in French) for Le Devoir on the Global South's resistance to following Western sanctions on Russia as well as India's leading role in this reluctance
IPD Research Fellow Zachary Paikin appeared on TRT World as part of a panel to discuss Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelenskyy's recent speech to the UN, and the UN's role in the conflict at
IPD Advisor Jocelyn Coulon provided comments (in French) to the Anadolu Agency on NATO's changing strategic environment under the backdrop of Ukraine, noting its been in shifting long before recent events.