A full acknowledgement of the shifting geopolitical paradigm and the disposal of outdated and quixotic foreign policy assumptions are pivotal steps toward safeguarding American power for future generations and to return even
On Monday October 4th, the Institute for Peace & Diplomacy (IPD) will host a panel titled, "After the Two Michaels: How should Canada navigate the US-China rivalry?".
While both Canada and China are welcoming their own citizens home with outpourings of emotion and support, we need to ask some tough questions. Should Ottawa have arrested Meng in the first
IPD Executive Director, Bijan Ahmadi participated in a podcast interview with Unpublished Cafe on Friday, September 24 2021 to discuss Canada-China relations after the election. This interview was recorded prior to the
The Institute for Peace & Diplomacy is hosting a joint panel discussion with Bourse & Bazaar Foundation
A limited agreement that offers Iran some sanctions relief in exchange for freezing its nuclear program could provide additional time for diplomacy and trust-building measures that could lead to improved negotiations.
Younes Zangiabadi and Mehran Haghirian co-authored a book chapter titled "The U.S Factor in Iran's Geostrategic and Foreign Policy Calculations" as part of a contribution to a book on the "Geopolitics of
The status quo posture in Canadian foreign policy is, quite frankly, not a viable long-term option.
Over-reliance on unilateral sanctions may not only delegitimize sanctions as a policy tool, but it could also hurt the economic opportunities and financial reputation of the countries imposing them, not to mention
Simply put, Canada is at a crossroads. In the next 15 years, seniors are expected to make up approximately 25% of our population, and Statistics Canada estimates that by 2068, the number