Lors de la campagne électorale de 2015, la contribution du Canada aux opérations de maintien de la paix de l’ONU était au cœur de...Read More L’opinion publique au sujet du maintien de la paix
The news these days is rife with stories about the impending electric vehicle (EV) revolution, and for the most part, it’s a good-news story:...Read More The policy dilemma of aviation emissions
Le gouvernement canadien est l’hôte cette semaine de la Réunion 2017 des ministres de la Défense des pays qui contribuent ou prévoient contribuer aux...Read More Le Canada et le maintien de la paix en Afrique
Policy disagreements in Canada are often viewed through a regional lens. This reflects — perhaps unsurprisingly — the decentralized nature of the Canadian federation...Read More Does Canadian federalism amplify policy clashes?
We made at least a beginning then. If on that foundation we do not build something more permanent and stronger, we will once again...Read More More delays or rapid deployment for peacekeepers?
Thousands have been killed in natural disasters this year. Homes and livelihoods were lost to landslides in Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Sierra Leone, Colombia, Sri...Read More Canada at COP23: Moving from rhetoric to leadership
Early in its mandate, the Liberal government committed to make substantial improvements to Canada’s system of environmental assessment, in order to regain public trust in...Read More Strengthening environmental reviews of major projects
Earlier this month, the Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) issued its ruling on the first case of Indigenous religious freedom under the modern constitutional...Read More The impossibility of Indigenous religious freedom
This month’s UN Peacekeeping Defence Ministerial conference includes a set of thematic discussions on “protecting those at risk.” The goals for this theme are...Read More Protecting those at risk by protecting peacekeepers