The Institute for Peace and Diplomacy (IPD) hosted a one-hour presentation by Dr. Ken Urquhart, a leading high-tech expert about 5G and zero-trust standard, that was moderated by IPD advisor Dr. Wenran
Video recordings of panel discussions, expert roundtables and keynote sessions for East Asia Strategy Forum (EASF 2021)
The Institute for Peace & Diplomacy (IPD) is pleased to co-host a panel discussion titled “Prospect for Iran Nuclear Talks” in collaboration with the Geneva Centre for Security Policy (GCSP)
On Wednesday November 17, The Institute for Peace and Diplomacy hosted a panel titled, "Calculating the Relationship: China's Economic Impact on Canada" as part of its inaugural East Asia Strategy Forum (EASF
Great power competition has fast become the siren song of Sino-American relations with a cascading effect across every domain of bilateral engagement between Beijing and Washington, raising the prospects of escalation and
The Institute for Peace & Diplomacy held a timely virtual panel discussion, titled “Can Sanctions Succeed: Reflecting on a Decade of Financial Coercion” in collaboration with Bourse & Bazaar Foundation.
IPD Advisor, Jocelyn Coulon commented on a recent report by the Hill Times to discuss the state of foreign affairs in Canada and the appointment of a fifth Minister of Foreign Affairs
By Ann Fitz-Gerald and Hugh Segal
In the post-Covid world, Western democracies have lamented the absence of commitment to the collective good – “shared common values” – among states. But their response to
The Institute for Peace & Diplomacy is pleased to announce the addition of 15 new fellows as of November 1, 2021.
In this complex international environment, Canada has a narrow room for maneuver and must focus its resources on identifying and advancing its vital interests.