In the short-term, Israel's expansionist policies such as the annexation of the West Bank may make Israel feel more secure but it undoubtedly puts its security and stability at great risk in
Amid this crisis, we must not forget our strategic foresight. From a broader perspective, the emerging multipolar global order demands a renewed Canadian middle-power doctrine that relies less on the US economy.
The Institute for Peace & Diplomacy (IPD) has organized a panel discussion about Canada's bid for a seat on the United Nations Security Council, scheduled for Monday, June 15th at 6-7 PM
From a realist perspective, Canada’s long-term interests are guaranteed when its foreign policy is centered on multilateralism, which allows the country to capitalize on its soft power as a complementary, but a
Radio Free Asia (RFA-Mandarin) published a report in Chinese covering a summary of the discussions in the panel that IPD hosted about the future of Canada-China relations.
Canada’s Public Affairs Channel CPAC broadcasted the full panel discussion organized by the Institute for Peace & Diplomacy about the future of Canada-China relations.
We have a distinguished panel of experts to discuss different aspects of Canada-China relations. What's next in Canada's bilateral relations with the PRC? Is it possible for Canada to maintain constructive engagement
This global crisis demands more cooperation among world powers. The U.S. has failed to lead, hence making it a strategic imperative for Canada to help fill the leadership vacuum and strengthen its
After six months of political deadlock, Iraq’s parliament has finally approved a new government under the leadership of the Prime Minister who happens to be backed by both Tehran and Washington.
In the midst of a major economic and political crisis, Brazil cannot afford to alienate one of its main economic partners. In the post-COVID world order, Brazil needs to redefine its foreign