While there is certainly no single, unified intention behind them, there is a breadth and depth of meaning behind the use of these flags that is worth exploring.Read More
How the possibility of an independent Ukrainian Orthodox Church is a political earthquake for Vladimir Putin as he vies to secure his stronghold on Ukraine.Read More
On Thursday, October 15, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with Sultan Qaboos in Oman. This marked the first time an Israeli leader visited the Gulf state since Shimon Peres in 1996.
With President Trump claiming to withdraw from the INF Treaty with Russia due to continuous violations, the repercussions will not be as detrimental as expected.Read More
Why Canada is willing to risk everything to preserve NAFTA’s dispute-settlement system, and why, perhaps, it shouldn’t be.Read More
A Second Attempt at Liberalism in Inter-Korean Relations.
Saudi Arabia is setting out to further destabilize the Middle East, but it’s okay because women can drive now.
After hundreds of thousands dead and millions displaced, what will Syria have to show for its long and costly civil war?
How China has transformed into a leader in climate change action, and what that may suggest about present and future global power dynamics.Read More
Donald Trump’s comments have threatened Nuclear Non-Proliferation and Collective Security, and should serve as a wake-up call to Canadians.
How the American policy of Containment influenced everything from foreign aid to family life.
The current state of Feminism in the Middle East.Read More
How the Democratic Republic of the Congo has dealt with corruption, assassination, and ethnic tension following decolonization.Read More
The election of member states with poor human rights records and the need for institutional reform
The Japanese people just voted to abandon pacifism, and nobody cares.