Op-eds


2017 Articles

Tackling global problems? Look to cities, not countries
by Robert Muggah, The Globe and Mail, June 17, 2017

What Canada's New Defense Policy Means for the Arctic
by Adam Lajeunesse, Arctic Deeply, June 16, 2017

The Trouble in Naming Latin America's Most Violent City
by Robert Muggah & Katherine Aguirre, Amiercas Quarterly, June 15, 2017

Did the United Nations accidentally help to topple Christy Clark?
by Darren Schemmer, iPolitics, June 13, 2017

British election was a lesson in democratic sanity
by Hugh Segal, The Globe and Mail, June 13, 2017

Great speech, let's get on with the venturing to noble and good causes
by Brett Boudreau, The Hill Times, June 12, 2017

Britain pushes onward in the post-Brexit vote quagmire
by Anthony Cary, Ottawa Citizen, June 8, 2017

Canada's new defence policy: Don't expect greater capacity, just a more efficient military
by Steve Saideman, OpenCanada, June 8, 2017

Defence review: A realistic plan that's bound to disappoint
by Thomas Juneau, The Globe and Mail, June 7, 2017

Freeland has woken up to reality. But has Trudeau?
by David Bercuson, The Globe and Mail, June 6, 2017

Trump's Realpolitik Policy for NATO and East Europe
by Andrew Rasiulis, Frontline Defence, June 6, 2017

Staying calm under threat of a trade war
by Sarah Goldfeder, iPolitics, June 5, 2017

How to fight terror: Start with the facts
by Robert Muggah, Politico, June 5, 2017

Cities, not nation states, will determine our future survival. Here's why
by Robert Muggah, World Economic Forum, June 2, 2017

Defence policy review: what's Canada waiting for?
by Lindsay Rodman, The Hill Times, May 31, 2017

NATO, deterrence and what it means for Canada
by Stefanie von Hlatky, The Hill Times, May 29, 2017

Un Triste Silence Alors Qu'il a Tant à dire...
by Ferry de Kerckhove, La Presse, May 26, 2017

The TPP lives on - and Canada should be part of it
by Hugh Stephens, The Globe and Mail, May 25, 2017

What China and Canada can learn from CETA: Laying the groundwork, taking it slow, and keeping the public informed are keys to success
by Robert Hage, The Hill Times, May 24, 2017

Will Canada and Russia continue to play nice?
by Rob Huebert, Frontline Defence, May 24, 2017

Budget Impact on Defence Procurement
by David Perry, Frontline Defence, May 24, 2017

Dealing with Trump: How Canada Has Been Successful (So Far)
by Thomas Juneau, Lawfare, May 21, 2017

Iran is Holding Presidential Elections: Here Are Four Things To Know
by Thomas Juneau, War on the Rocks, May 17, 2017

Why the Arctic should - and probably will - stay on Trump's foreign policy agenda
by Joel Plouffe, Arctic Now, May 10, 2017

Mark Norman case highlights a broken procurement system
by Elinor Sloan, The Globe and Mail, April 30, 2017

If we're going to survive Trump, we need to talk about security
by Al Stephenson, iPolitics, April 28, 2017

Eastern promise: Why Canada needs Asia more than ever
by Hugh Stephens, iPolitics, April 25, 2017

Rio de Janeiro: A War By Any Other Name
by Robert Muggah, Small Wars Journal, April 25, 2017

The Senate must move past partisan paralysis
by Hugh Segal, Ottawa Citizen, April 10, 2017

Canada's peacekeeping conundrum: Will we ever make a choice?
by George Petrolekas, The Globe and Mail, April 2, 2017

Venezuela's raging homicide epidemic is going unrecorded
by Robert Muggah and Juan Carlos Garzon, LA Times, March 31, 2017

Brazil has a murder and gun problem. Here's why both could get worse.
by Robert Muggah and Daniel Cerqueira, USA Today, March 30, 2017

Is a world without nuclear weapons possible?
by Marius Grinius, iPolitics, March 30, 2017

Canada's foreign policy choices in an era of disruption
by David Carment, Joe Landry, The Hill Times, March 22, 2017

Latin America's Murder Epidemic
by Robert Muggah and Ilona Szabo de Carvalho, Foreign Affairs, March 22, 2017

Trudeau and the artistry of the deal
by Bob Rae, The Star, March 19, 2017

The Russians are coming, better get ready
by Brett Boudreau, The Hill Times, March 20, 2017

The politics of replacing the CF-18
by David J. Bercuson, Legion, March 15, 2017

Ukraine and Canada: All quiet on the Eastern Front?
by David Carment and Milana Nikolko), The Hamilton Spectator, March 14, 2017

Targeting "Hot Spots" Could Drastically Reduce Latin America's Murder Rate
by Robert Muggah (et al.), Americas Quarterly, March 14, 2017

History teaches tough lessons about opposing diversity
by Bob Rae, The Star, March 12, 2017

Report card: Trudeau gets a B- on foreign policy for now, but wait for the budget
by David Carment (et al.), Ottawa Citizen, March 12, 2017

The Order of Canada and diversity
by Andrew Griffith, Policy Options, March 10, 2017

How Canada can lead on the global stage
by Bob Rae, The Star, March 5, 2017

Diversity in GiC appointments
by Andrew Griffith, Policy Options, March 3, 2017

Ukraine has a peace deal. Why isn't it working?
by Andrew Rasiulis, iPolitics, March 2, 2017

Peace in Syria or Syria in pieces?
by Rolf Holmboe, The Hill Times, March 1, 2017

GOC Main Estimates 2017-18: The Good, Bad and Ugly for Defence
by David Perry, February 24, 2017

NATO and the return of deterrence
by Stéfanie von Hlatky, The Hill Times, February 20, 2017

A Renegotiated NAFTA: Implications For The Auto Industry
by Eric Miller Thomson, Reuters, February 17, 2017

Canadian expats shouldn't have unlimited voting rights
by Andrew Griffith and Robert Vineberg, The Hill Times, February 15, 2017

In Position: How Canada can win in a NAFTA renegotiation
by Sarah Goldfeder, Communitech News, February 14, 2017

How Canada can lead a bold new trade agenda
by Randolph Mank, Ottawa Citizen, February 10, 2017

There's still time to save the TPP
by Joseph Caron, iPolitics, February 8, 2017

The Cost of Trump's Transactional Approach to Trade (PDF)
by John Weekes, Policy Magazine, February 2017

The UN has a plan to restore international peace and security - will it work?
by Robert Muggah, Global Peace Operations Review: Annual Compilation 2016, February 3, 2017

Russia and North America Diverge on Arctic Resources
by Rob Huebert, News Deeply, February 3, 2017

While democracy is tested in the U.S., it flourishes in several African states
by Darren Schemmer, Open Canada, February 3, 2017

Un double mandat impossible à remplir
par Ferry de Kerckhove, La Presse, 2 février 2017

What happens when we can predict crimes before they happen?
by Robert Muggah, World Economic Forum, February 2, 2017

Quiet diplomacy has its limits
by Bob Rae, The Star, February 1, 2017

Orwell's lessons for the era of Trump
by Bob Rae, The Star, January 27, 2017

Donald Trump delivers a world of uncertainty to global affairs: MLI commentary
by Stephen Saideman, Exchange Magazine, January 26, 2017

What to expect from new ambassadors out of Canada and the United States
by Colin Robertson, Open Canada, January 24, 2017

We can cope with Trump. But it's going to cost us.
by Daryl Copeland, iPolitics, January 23, 2017

Trump's real-estate agent behaviour will have real consequences
by Stephen Saideman, Ottawa Citizen, January 20, 2017

Why Canadians had better wish Trump success
by Ian Brodie, CBC News, January 20, 2017

The Trump era starts now
by Sarah Goldfeder, Policy Options, January 19, 2017

As Trump takes over, hold on to your hats
by Bob Rae, The Star, January 19, 2017

These are the most fragile cities in the world - and this is what we've learned from them
by Robert Muggah, World Economic Forum, January 13, 2017

Duterte's drug war in the Philippines is out of control, he needs to be stopped
by Robert Muggah, The Guardian, January 5, 2017

Populism is poison. Plural cities are the antidote
by Robert Muggah and Misha Glenny, World Economic Forum, January 4, 2017

Brazil's Deadly Prison System
by Robert Muggah and Ilona Szabo de Carvalho, The New York Times, January 4, 2017

 

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