The federal government unveiled its feminist international assistance policy in June, but how exactly this will take shape has yet to be articulated. Oxfam...Lire le texte The three “r’s” of feminist foreign policy
“Whereas Canada is founded upon principles that recognize the supremacy of God and the rule of law.” Constitution Act, 1982. The inclusion of “God”...Lire le texte Religion, multiculturalism and the public square
The news trickling out of the APEC Summit in Vietnam on November 10 was confusing. Was the Trans-Pacific Partnership moving ahead, did Prime Minister Justin Trudeau sabotage efforts to revive it, or was it being “re-revived” after all? Only...Lire le texte The APEC summit and Canada’s reputation in Asia
Lors de son allocution à la réunion des ministres de la Défense des pays participant aux missions de paix de l’ONU à Vancouver, le...Lire le texte Croyez-vous au maintien de la paix ?
If we look beyond rhetoric, it is clear that French President Emmanuel Macron, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and all the other Western leaders...Lire le texte COP23 and the plodding pace of addressing climate change
One of the highlights of the UN peacekeeping conference that Canada hosted recently was the announcement of a five-year pilot fund worth $15 million,...Lire le texte Short-sighted commitments on women in peacekeeping
Le plus gros client du Canada, les États-Unis, se réoriente vers le protectionnisme. Les puissances émergentes transforment l’économie mondiale. L’intolérance s’accroît, y compris au...Lire le texte Une éducation internationale pour nos étudiants
On November 15, as it hosted delegates from more than 80 countries at the United Nations Peacekeeping Defence Ministerial Conference in Vancouver, Canada announced...Lire le texte Toward a new peacekeeping approach in Haiti