Research Fellow Christopher Mott contributed an article to The National Interest assessing how overextension of Washington's global force posture narrows its ability to deploy crisis responses effectively.
Jocelyn Coulon, conseiller de l'IPD, a publié un article pour Le Devoir sur un discours de la ministre des Affaires étrangères Mélanie Joly sur la stratégie indo-pacifique du Canada.
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Senior Fellow Jeremy Paltiel was interviewed by The Hill Times on allegations of Chinese interference in Canada's general elections.
The Institute for Peace & Diplomacy (IPD) is pleased to announce a new partnership with the Canada China Forum and the Climate Action Network to host an event on the sidelines of
View the full volume of IPD's China Strategy Project that consisted of a series of publications and roundtable discussions by top Canadian thinkers.
Senior Fellow Jeremy Paltiel was quoted in an article for the South China Morning Post on Canada's increasing scrutiny of Chinese economic relations.
Senior Fellow Andrew Latham writes for Responsible Statecraft on how after years of engagement and accommodation, Trudeau’s government is taking a much tougher tone with Beijing in addition to the recent aftermath
Canadians await their government’s Indo-Pacific Strategy this month. Minister Mélanie Joly’s November 9 speech gave us a preview, essentially that trade will continue, but business is on its own and should know
Jocelyn Coulon, conseiller de l'IPD, a participé à une entrevue à l'émission Les faits d'abord de Radio-Canada avec Julien Lacroix et Frédéric Mérand pour évaluer les derniers développements en Ukraine.