2018 Articles

US air strikes: A blip or start of a new phase of Syrian war?
by Kyle Matthews, OpenCanada, April 18, 2018

The importance of thinking internationally on space collaborations
by Michael Gleason & Charity Weeden, Space News, April 17, 2018

Hockey brings Canadians together, in triumph and tragedy
by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, April 11, 2018

The global liberal order is in trouble – can it be salvaged or will it be replaced?
by Robert Muggah, World Economic Forum, April 10, 2018

Brazil’s Critical Infrastructure Faces a Growing Risk of Cyberattacks
by Robert Muggah & Nathan Thompson, Council on Foreign Relations, April 10, 2018

What’s next in Canada’s response to the Skripal attack in Britain?
by Rob Huebert, The Hill Times, April 7, 2018

What Europe can teach Canada about protecting democracy
by Heidi Tworek & Chris Tenove, The Conversation, April 6, 2018

The Liberals’ midpoint record on defence and security is mixed
by David Carment, Nabil Bhatia, Natalie Lamarche & William O’Connell, The Hill Times, March 28, 2018

Tweets are the new vox populi
by Heidi Tworek, Columbia Journalism Review, March 27, 2018

The new space race: Canada must champion an international security strategy for artificial intelligence
by Matthew Lombardi & Max Seltzer, iPolitics, March 23, 2018

Beyond NAFTA – Advantage U.S. Economy
by Sarah Goldfeder, Policy Magazine, March 22, 2018

What the census tells us about citizenship?
by Andrew Griffith, Policy Options, March 20, 2018

Trudeau is failing to follow through on his defence policy
by David Perry, The Hill Times, March 7, 2018

If Canada wants to do business in India, it has to treat it with respect
by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, March 7, 2018

Military intervention won’t solve the violence in Rio de Janeiro
by Robert Muggah, LA Times, March 2, 2018

The deception virus infecting the global liberal order
by Robert Muggah & Bruno Giussani, Open Democracy, March 1, 2018

Forget more defence dollars - Canada needs to fix its procurement process
by Steve Saideman, OpenCanada, February 23, 2018

Will Canada's G7 Presidency effect reform in Ukraine?
by Andrew Rasiulis, Frontline Defence, February 22, 2018

Here’s why a shortage of pipelines hurts Canada
by Kevin Birn, Calgary Herald, February 15, 2018

Brazil at the Liberal Crossroads
by Arminio Fraga & Robert Muggah, Project Syndicate, February 13, 2018

Venezuelan refugees inflame Brazil’s already simmering migrant crisis
by Robert Muggah, The Conversation, February 12, 2018

The future global order will be managed by China and US – get used to it
by Robert Muggah & Yves Tiberghien, World Economic Forum, February 12, 2018

Venezuelan refugees inflame Brazil’s already simmering migrant crisis
by Robert Muggah, San Francisco Chronicle, February 12, 2018

Ukraine's new law: what lies ahead?
by David Carment, Miliano Nikolko & Dani Belo, Hamilton Spectator, February 9, 2018

Which Latin American countries got safer in 2017?
by Robert Muggah and Katherine Aguirre, Americas Quarterly, February 5, 2018

China’s Arctic Ambitions: The New Arctic Policy of a ‘Near Arctic State’
by Adam Lajeunesse and P. Whitney Lackenbaur, Macdonald-Laurier Institute, February 2, 2018

It’s time to get used to a new global order with China and the U.S. at its centre
by Robert Muggah and Yves Tiberghien, IPolitics, February 2, 2018

Indigenous voters and the 2019 election
by Andrew Griffith, Policy Options, February 1, 2018

NAFTA is not the whole – but we treat it like it is: Blank and Gattinger for Inside Policy
by Stephen Blank and Monica Gattinger, Macdonald-Laurier Institute, February 1, 2018

Thinking through our quest for a China trade deal
by Randolph Mank, Policy Options, January 31, 2018

Populism is poisoning the global liberal order
by Francis Fukuyama & Robert Muggah, The Globe and Mail, January 30, 2018

5 facts you need to understand the new global order
by Robert Muggah & Yves Tiberghien, World Economic Forum, January 30, 2018

Renewed NAFTA has potential to be a big three-way win for energy
by Rona Ambrose, Calgary Herald, January 28, 2018

An American take on Canada’s defence policy
by Lindsay Rodman, The Hill Times, January 24, 2018

Canada can win at trade – even if NAFTA dies
by Eric Miller, The Globe and Mail, January 19, 2018

Canada-Japan relations: Time to hit reset
by Hugh Stephens, Time Colonist, January 18, 2018

Why the actions of cities — not nations — will be the key to our survival on earth
by Robert Muggah & Colleen Thouez, TED Ideas, January 16, 2018

The Good News About El Salvador
by Robert Muggah & Katherine Aguirre, Americas Quarterly, January 15, 2018

The Hawaiian Missile Crisis: A Failure of Emergency Preparedness
by Matthew Fisher, January 15, 2018

Salvadorans forced to return home will face one of the most dangerous places on the planet
by Robert Muggah & Isabel de Sola, LA Times, January 12, 2018

After the Olympics, North Korea will remain unpredictable
by Marius Grinius, The Globe and Mail, January 11, 2018

Respecting Pearson’s legacy at last
by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, January 10, 2018

Australian Fighter purchase is about saving face
by Al Stephenson, Frontline Defence, January 10, 2018

So, the liberal order is in free fall? Not so fast
by Robert Muggah & Taylor Owens, The Globe and Mail, January 10, 2018

Iran protests point to the need for a Canadian embassy in Tehran
by Thomas Juneau, The Globe and Mail, January 9, 2018

Is Germany’s foreign minister having a Chrystia Freeland moment
by Heidi Tworek, The Conversation, January 9, 2018

How the Vancouver Conference on North Korea will both succeed and fail
by James Trottier, Ottawa Citizen, January 7, 2018



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The oilpatch has borne the brunt of our pipeline impasse for years. Now it’s the taxpayers’ turn
by Claudia Cattaneo (feat. Dennis McConaghy), Financial Post, April 18, 2018

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Should Quebec City mosque killer Alexandre Bissonnette have been charged with terrorism
by Graeme Hamilton (feat. Michael Nesbitt), National Post, April 17, 2018

Japan premier hopes to turn ‘little smile’ into steel exemption
by Franco Ordonez (feat. Eric Miller), San Francisco Gate, April 17, 2018

Canada oil recovery faces threat from potential rail strike
by Robert Tuttle & Frederic Tomesco (feat. Kevin Birn), Bloomberg Quint, April 17, 2018



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