In the face of Brexit, growing support for Front National in France, the breakdown of rule of law in Sweden (the country that has accepted…View More Re-examining Trudeau’s Triumphs: A Closer Look at Canadian Refugee Policy
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The Internet is inherently global. It exists within and beyond national borders, capable of connecting people all over the world for communication, business, finance, and…View More Cybersecurity and the Governance Gap: A Role for Multilateral Institutions?
On 24 October a fleet of 150 buses arrived at the makeshift refugee and migrant camp in Calais with the task of moving some of…View More The Calais Camp is Gone: What Next?
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On 30 October 2016, Canada and the European Union signed what is being referred to as the largest trade of the decade: The Comprehensive Economic…View More CETA: The New Trade Giant
A debate that has been simmering behind the scenes since ancient times is the right to assisted death, otherwise known as euthanasia. A seemingly simple…View More State-Sponsored Killing or an Answered Prayer? Euthanasia: A Global Perspective
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The South China Sea is home to many rare fish, natural gas and oil reserves, hundreds of islands, and plenty of controversial territorial and sovereignty…View More Changing Relations in the South China Sea
There are a wide variety of democracies in the world. Most people live under a Parliamentary system, a Presidential system, or a combination of both.…View More Swiss Vote
It has been quite a year for extremism. We have seen the expansion of Islamic State territory in Iraq and Syria, the Brexit referendum and…View More Paris: One Year On