Unlike the British who conducted an arms-length review of their mission to Iraq and the Americans, who do regular evaluations, no Canadian government has seen fit to properly and thoroughly apprise Canadians
The following are the opening remarks of Ambassador Chas W. Freeman during a one-on-one discussion hosted by the Institute of Peace & Diplomacy.
IPD Advisor, Dr. Wenran Jiang appeared on Mirror TV to discuss the upcoming Canadian federal elections.
IPD Executive Vice President, Younes Zangiabadi commented in a report published by Asia Times on Raisi's administration and economic plan.
IPD Research Fellow Zachary Paikin appeared on Radio Canada to discuss the US withdrawal from Afghanistan.
IPD’s executive director Bijan Ahmadi commented in a report published by Epoch Times about IPD's open letter to federal party leaders.
The Institute for Peace & Diplomacy (IPD) has invited Canada's top thinkers and scholars to provide their expert analyses on Canadian foreign policy during the federal election campaign. Here you can find
In the years to come the Arctic is going to become a far busier and more complex security environment. Canada will need to pay more attention to who is in the region
The Institute for Peace & Diplomacy is pleased to announce the launch of Iran Bulletin, a biweekly newsletter providing an in-depth perspective on Iran’s foreign policy.
Senior Fellow at the Institute for Peace & Diplomacy, Dr. Max Abrahms recently appeared on CBS News to discuss the Taliban takeover, the rockets launched at Kabul airport, and what these recent