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CGAI Commentaries are brief, topical, opinion-based articles written by CGAI Fellows, staff and other subject matter experts and cover a wide range of topics, reflective of the Institute’s breadth of expertise.

2021 Articles

Le Canada et la guerre au Yémen par Thomas Juneau, Le Devoir, September 22, 2021

The life of an MP is not as easy as it may seem by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, September 22, 2021

Winners and losers of the 2021 election by Howard Anglin, Global News, September 21, 2021

Canadians can’t afford to ignore geopolitics during elections by Robert Muggah and Rafal Rohozinki, iPolitics, September 18, 2021

Canadians can’t afford to ignore geopolitics during elections by Howard Anglin, Global News, September 17, 2021

The USMCA: Trilateral Revival or Fluctuating Partnership between Mexico and Canada? by Francisco Suárez Dávila, CGAI, September 16, 2021

Erin O’Toole, the Man of Rubber by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, September 15, 2021

U.N.’s Guterres Has a Plan to Reboot Multilateralism by Robert Muggah and Giovanna Kuele, Foreign Policy, September 14, 2021

Branding Canada’s Indo-Pacific Commitment by Stephen Nagy, CGAI, September 14, 2021

A Radical Idea: CANZUK in Canadian Foreign and Defence Policy by Jay Heisler, CGAI, September 14, 2021

So many questions remain on Liberal and Conservative climate plans by Dennis McConaghy, Calgary Herald, September 14, 2021

A Big Win in Canada’s Election Will Benefit the American Foreign Policy Agenda by Lindsay Rodman, Wilson Center, September 13, 2021

The state of police violence in the Americas by Katherine Aguirre and Robert Muggah, Small Wars Journal, September 13, 2021

Stopping the hostile online attacks hurled at candidates by Chris Tenove and Heidi Tworek, Policy Options, September 13, 2021

Critical Minerals: Canada’s Role in the Western Alliance by Mark Agnew, CGAI, September 13, 2021

Trudeau deserved Jody Wilson-Raybould’s revenge by Howard Anglin, Global News, September 11, 2021

Pandemic stress has left many with coronasomnia by Tom Keenan, County Market, September 11, 2021

Federal leaders’ debates rarely have an impact on election outcomes, so why bother? by Eugene Lang, The Conversation, September 10, 2021

Islamic State-Khorasan’s Reach Extends Far Beyond Afghanistan by Robert Muggah and Rafal Rohozinki, Foreign Policy, September 9, 2021

Digital privacy comes at a price. Here’s how to protect it by Robert Muggah, World Economic Forum, September 8, 2021

Could the Conservatives deliver tougher policies on China? by Howard Anglin, Global News, September 8, 2021

In praise of the ‘common man’ by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, September 8, 2021

The Need for a Longer Term Perspective on Immigration, Citizenship and Multiculturalism by Andrew Griffith, CGAI, September 8, 2021

Reforming Defence Governance by Ross Fetterly, CGAI, September 8, 2021

Rhetoric Check: Parliament wasn’t toxic – Justin Trudeau just wants a majority by Eugene Lang, The Conversation, September 7, 2021

Heckling politicians is a Canadian tradition, but it has limits by Hugh Segal, Toronto Star, September 3, 2021

Afghanistan 2021: An extremist ‘stammtisch” by Roger Hilton, New Europe, September 3, 2021

Next government needs to modernize NORAD, address cyber threats by Kristen Csenkey, The Hill Times, September 1, 2021

The Liberals are losing, and it is not because we had a difficult year by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, September 1, 2021

Practising good diplomacy will require Canada to recognize the Taliban in Afghanistan by Colin Robertson, The Globe and Mail, August 30, 2021

Rhetoric Check: Is the election really key to Canada’s post-pandemic future? by David Carment and Richard Nimijean, The Conversation, August 29, 2021

A darkening threat horizon with a green silver lining in 2021 by Robert Muggah, Paris Peace Forum, August 24, 2021

Covid-krise fylder mere end Afghanistan-kollaps i canadisk valgkamp (Covid crisis fills more than Afghanistan collapse in Canadian election campaign) by Jan Top Christensen, Pov.international, August 19, 2021

Canada is missing out in the South Caucasus by Robert Cutler, The Hill Times, May 26, 2021

What Happened in Afghanistan and What Does it Mean for Canada by Colin Robertson, Policy Magazine, August 25, 2021

A pox on all their houses: the major parties pander shamelessly on language by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, August 25, 2021

How Afghanistan is – and isn’t – Vietnam all over again by Eugene Lang, National Post, August 25, 2021

Foreign policy failures produced the chaos we’re seeing in Afghanistan by Hugh Segal, The Globe and Mail, August 24, 2021

Afghanistan is not Japan, South Korea or Taiwan by Stephen Nagy, Japan Times, August 24, 2021

War on the Rocks by Thomas Juneau, iPolitics, August 23, 2021

How Canada should deal with Russia in the Arctic by Kari Roberts, iPolitics, August 23, 2021

A monster miracle from a cave by Roger Hilton, New Europe, August 20, 2021

The urgency to act on climate change is surging in Canada by Monica Gattinger and Nick Nanos, Maclean’s, August 18, 2021

Realists Must Beware the Second-Order Costs of Middle East Retrenchment by Thomas Juneau, The National Interest, August 18, 2021

A tale about Afghanistan from long ago rings true today by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, August 18, 2021

China’s reckless hostage diplomacy increases the chances of war by Stephen Nagy, Nikkei Asia, August 14, 2021

Biden and Trudeau are Putin and Xi’s useful energy idiots by Ron Wallace, Financial Post, August 11, 2021

Vaccine passports could win Trudeau a majority by Peter Donolo, The Globe and Mail, August 11, 2021

Ottawa will need to step up to ensure Canada maintains its seat at the North American automotive table by Brian Kingston, Financial Post, August 11, 2021

A hotter world will be a more violent world. Here’s why by Mac Margolis and Robert Muggah, Thomson Reuters Foundation, August 11, 2021

The PM should beware karma in deciding to call an election by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, August 11, 2021

‘Indigenous heart’ missing from LeBreton Flats plan by John Moses and Robert Hage, Ottawa Citizen, August 10, 2021

Canada: Første generalguvernør med Inuit-oprindelse kan blive den sidste i jobbet (Canada: First Governor-General of Inuit origin may become the last in office) by Jan Top Christensen, Pov.international, August 5, 2021

More than window dressings, new U.S., Canada ‘business advisories’ on human rights issues put companies on notice by Lawrence Herman, The Globe and Mail, August 4, 2021

Crossing the Rubicon? The deepening of Japan and Taiwan’s relationship by Stephen Nagy, The Japan Times, July 29, 2021

Canada-China Relations: The Need for Balancing Opportunity and Risk by Stephen Nagy, iAffairs, July 28, 2021

Covid-19: The pandemic exposed in maps and data by Robert Muggah, BBC News, July 28, 2021

Le combat fédéral n’est plus qu’une caricature par Ferry de Kerckhove, La Presse, July 28, 2021

Foreign influence in our elections is real, so what are we doing about it? by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, July 28, 2021

Common Ground: Why Russia and Canada Should Cooperate in the Arctic by Andrea Charron, Carnegie Moscow Center, July 26, 2021

Canada must respond to use of child soldiers in Tigray by Ann Fitz-Gerald and Hugh Segal, Inside Politics, July 23, 2021

The Minsk Group Is Meaningless by Robert Cutler, Foreign Policy, July 23, 2021

Canada should support Cuba’s transition to democracy by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, July 21, 2021

The Global Networks Working to Abolish Nuclear Weapons by Peter Schmidt and Robert Muggah, Foreign Policy, July 19, 2021

Revision of the FTA between Ukraine and Canada: why and what to expect? (in Ukrainian) by Taras Prodanyuk, Adastra, July 16, 2021

Disinformation: It’s History by Heidi Tworek, Centre for International Governance Innovation, July 14, 2021

Monty Python’s talent for challenging authority is missed today by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, July 14, 2021

Determining Canada’s role in the new great game by Deanna Horton and Stewart Beck, iPolitics, July 13, 2021

Lessons from South Korea’s approach to tackling disinformation by Heidi Tworek and Yoojung Lee, Brookings Institute, July 12, 2021

The Real-Life Risks of Our Digital World by Robert Muggah, Foreign Policy, July 10, 2021

Tribal Truths: The wounds of the US’ Afghanistan exit by Roger Hilton, New Europe, July 9, 2021

More to warships than money: building Surface Combatants in Canada a strategic choice by Timothy Choi, The Hill Times, July 7, 2021

The Kelowna Accord was a lost opportunity for Canada by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, July 7, 2021

Enhancing Canada’s Role in the World with Defence Diplomacy: The Case for Training Foreign Military Officers for International Coalition Headquarters by Ross Fetterly, The Institute for Peace and Diplomacy, July 6, 2021

Korea needs new diplomacy by Jaeho Hwang, The Korea Herald, July 4, 2021

This fall’s ballot question: What does your climate policy cost? by Jack Mintz, Financial Post, July 2, 2021

Canada’s future lies with a free and open Indo-Pacific by Stephen Nagy, The Japan Times, July 2, 2021

Canadas nationaldag 1. juli – festens eller sorgens dag? (Canada’s National July 1 – Day of Feast or Sorrow?) by Jan Top Christensen, Pov.international, Jul 1, 2021

It’ll take a supercharged national effort to get Canadians driving EV by Clara Clairman and Brian Kingston, National Observer, June 30, 2021

Cancel Canada Day? Perhaps we should cancel Canada by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, June 30, 2021

China faces challenges as Communist Party turns 100 by Stephen Nagy, The Japan Times, June 29, 2021

Time to Turn Our Focus on the Indo-Pacific Region by Mark Norman and Andrew Leslie, National Newswatch, June 28, 2021

Of crosswords, Canada Day and the comfortable lies that countries tell themselves by Peter Donolo, Toronto Star, June 28, 2021

Canada needs its own Declaration of Independence by Peter Donolo, The Globe and Mail, June 25, 2021

Canadian encouragement needed! Time to reverse Trump’s reverse on Cuba by Deanna Horton and Roy Norton, The Wilson Center, June 24, 2021

Greenland takes front seat on Arctic Council on behalf of the Kingdom of Denmark by Jan Top Christensen, The Hill Times, June 24, 2021

How do Canadian investors feel in Ukraine (in Ukrainian) by Taras Prodanyuk, Rubryka, June 23, 2021

Quebec’s anglophones have been cast adrift by the Trudeau government by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, June 23, 2021

Strong corruption response weapon of choice in the new cold war between liberal democracy and authoritarianism by Joseph Ingram, The Hill Times, June 21, 2021

Disrupting digital harms in Central Asia by Robert Muggah and Rafal Rohozinsi, Small Wars Journal, June 21, 2021

Three Years Is Too Long to Wait for a Global Vaccine Rollout by Katherine Aguirre, Gordon LaForge, Robert Muggah, and Anne-Marie Slaughter, Foreign Policy, June 21, 2021

Ban on global wildlife trade a matter of survival in pandemic era by John Gruetzner, Nikkei Asia, June 20, 2021

G7 and NATO summits showed that multilateralism endures by Colin Robertson, The Globe and Mail, June 16, 2021

The notwithstanding clause has long passed its best-before date by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, June 16, 2021

The G7 Cornwall: Back to Normal, with Key Upgrades by Colin Robertson, Policy Magazine, June 7, 2021

Outside Quebec, French is in decline by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, June 2, 2021

Diplomatic Reflections on the Myanmar Uprising, Aung San Suu Kyi, and the Generals by James Trottier, bout de papier, June 2021

What can we expect from the new Canadian Surface Combatant? by Timothy Choi, CDA Institute, May 26, 2021

Timing is everything for a Canadian foreign policy review by Randolph Mank, The Hill Times, May 26, 2021

What, essentially, is going on with the border? by Laurie Trautman, Politico, May 26, 2021

The decline of French in Quebec is a nationalist myth by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, May 26, 2021

Markedskapitalismen må kende sin plads (Market capitalism must know its place) by Jan Top Christensen, Pov.international, May 26, 2021

Protecting Canada and improving cyber defence: three challenges by Kristen Csenkey, The Hill Times, May 24, 2021

How secure is defence funding in the future? by Craig Stone, The Hill Times, May 24, 2021

Operation Honour failed: will Sajjan’s new measures work? by Charlotte Duval-Lantoine, The Hill Times, May 24, 2021

Making space sustainable will advance Biden’s agenda by Charity Weeden, Space.com, May 21, 2021

Blocking off shore pirate content sites » PH joining a growing international consensus by Hugh Stephens, ABS CBS News, May 21, 2021

Increasing immigration to boost population? Not so fast by Andrew Griffith, Policy Options, May 20, 2021

Rapid Testing at the border is a shot in the arm for Canada by Deanna Horton, The Hill Times, May 19, 2021

Montreal Canadiens, no more the ‘Flying Frenchmen’ by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, May 19, 2021

Human Rights and Diplomacy by Marius Grinius, ToSaveTheWorld, May 19, 2021

Why the West must challenge Iran on human rights by Kyle Matthews, The Conversation, May 17, 2021

Biden should step up for Canada on Line 5 by Lawrence Herman, The Globe and Mail, May 13, 2021

Canada must act fast to benefit from America’s shift to electric cars by Brian Kingston and David Adams, iPolitics, May 12, 2021

The 2021 budget: a disaster unlike any we have known by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, May 12, 2021

Caucasian Knots Take Shape in the Armenia-Azerbaijan Ceasefire by Robert Cutler, The Central Asia-Caucasus Analyst, May 11, 2021

Canada’s Armed Forces are in limbo. It’s time to appoint a new chief of the defence staff by Stephen Saideman, Ottawa Citizen, May 10, 2021

A nose for prostate cancer; The dog will see you now by Tom Keenan, The Calgary Herald, May 8, 2021

Rio’s bloody police campaign by Robert Muggah, Small Wars Journal, May 7, 2021

Maps can help tell the story of a changing world by Robert Muggah and Ian Goldin, The Globe and Mail, May 7, 2021

Looking back: a decade since the 2011 election by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, May 5, 2021

New Survey Underscores Need for More Ambitious Government Efforts TO Convince Canadian To Purchase Electric Vehicles by Brian Kingston, Accesswire, May 5, 2021

Maritime militia, Quad and Fonops: danger of conflict by Stephen Nagy, VN Express, May 4, 2021

Canada, Ukraine can team up on humanitarian mission in Azerbaijan by Robert Cutler, The Hill Times, April 28, 2021

The U.S.A is not the ‘shining city on the hill’ by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, April 28, 2021

Canada’s Budget Announcement Contains ‘Profoundly Disturbing’ Defence Procurement Policy by Marcia Mills, Homeland Security Today, April 26, 2021

It’s time to invoke the federal Emergencies Act to fight COVID by Eugene Lang, Ottawa Citizen, April 24, 2021

China’s efforts to establish regional hegemony by Stephen Nagy, The Jerusalem Post, April 24, 2021

Promoting global digital connectivity and inclusion by Deanna Horton, Policy Options, April 22, 2021

Amid languishing numbers, Canada’s citizenship process needs to be modernized by Andrew Griffith, Policy Options, April 22, 2021

Beijing and Ottawa need to understand they won’t see eye to eye by Ted Lipman, The Hill Times, April 21, 2021

Security Snapshot 007: Oleksandr Danylyuk by Roger Hilton, Globsec, April 21, 2021

Asia rises again by Robert Muggah, Boston Globe, April 20, 2021

Signs of progress in Trudeau foreign policy by David Carment, Ted G. Fraser and Sydney Stewart, The Hamilton Spectator, April 18, 2021

‘Smart’ Cities Are Surveilled Cities by Robert Muggah and Greg Walton, Foreign Policy, April 17, 2021

Let’s be honest, Prince Philip was no saint by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, April 14, 2021

Why we need to change the narrative on outdoor transmission by Heidi Tworek, Sumon Chakrabarti, and Zain Chagla, Toronto Star, April 12, 2021

‘You cannot claim any more’: Russia seeks a bigger piece of Arctic Ocean seabed by Emma Tranter (feat. Rob Huebert), CTV News, April 11, 2021

La Russie accroît ses revendications dans l’Arctique auprès des Nations unies by La Presse Canadienne (avec. Rob Huebert), Radio-Canada, April 11, 2021

Plus présente à l’étranger qu’ici : où est notre armée? (More present abroad than here: where is our military?) par/by Jules Richer & Sarah Daoust-Braun (feat. Jean-Christophe Boucher), LCN, April 10, 2021

Researchers are ‘in this together’ to solve rare diseases by Tom Keenan, The Graphic, April 10, 2021

A ‘burn’ on the Ukrainian border by Roger Hilton, New Europe, April 9, 2021

Carbon tax ruling an opportunity for conservatives by Dennis McConaghy, Edmonton Journal, April 9, 2021

Hydrocarbon Energy Complexes by Robert M. Cutler, Baku Dialogues, Spring 2021

The Geography of Pandemic Effects by Robert Muggah, Project Syndicate, April 9, 2021

The sense of urgency around climate change is trending up by Monica Gattinger and Nik Nanos, Maclean’s, April 8, 2021

Chaotic management of the pandemic is bringing government into disrepute by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, April 7, 2021

Northern Great Plains disappearing faster than Brazil’s Amazon rainforest – who’s paying attention by Fawn Jackson, The Hill Times, April 5, 2021

Why Trudeau can afford to fail on foreign policy by David Carment Ted G. Fraser, and Sydney Stewart, The Hill Times, March 31, 2021

Quebec has to come to grips with systemic racism by Andrew Caddell and Lauren Salim, The Hill Times, March 31, 2021

Why Canada needs to take digital disinformation seriously by Kyle Matthews and Lauren Salim, The Hill Times, March 29, 2021

Rio de Janeiro Faces Perfect Storm of Climate Change by Robert Muggah and Julia Sekula, Foreign Policy, March 27, 2021

One step forward, two steps back by Stephen Nagy, Policy Forum, March 25, 2021

Denmark’s Tech Diplomacy: A Roadmap for Others by Jan Top Christensen, CGAI, March 2021

A Narrative History of the NSS from Conception to the CSC RFP by Dave Perry, Naval Association of Canada, March 2021

Why disease names matter by Heidi Tworek, The Globe and Mail, March 25, 2021

Political appointments to diplomatic postings are mostly a bad idea by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, March 24, 2021

Canada’s foreign policy report card shows we’re adrift on the world stage by David Carment Ted G. Fraserm, and Sydney Stewart, Ottawa Citizen, March 24, 2021

Joe Biden’s bloc wars anf the next chapter in the “America First” doctrine by David Carment and Dani Belo, Policy Options, March 24, 2021

Canada’s military is dishonoured again by Eugene Lang, The Hill Times, March 24, 2021

How to strengthen Ukraine-Canada relations by Taras Prodanyuk, The Kyiv Post, March 22, 2021

Canada must sanction Chinese officials for their gross human-rights abuse of the Michaels by Colin Robertson, The Globe and Mail, March 22, 2021

The future is climate security by Andrew Pickford and Roger Hilton, New Europe, March 19, 2021

When Will Canada Finally Join Its Allies In Standing Up to China? by Andrew Pickford and Jeffrey Collins, Macdonald-Laurier Institute, March 19, 2021

How a GHG ruling could affect import tax by Lawrence Herman, The Globe and Mail, March 17, 2021

The royal soap opera may make news, but it’s not history by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, March 17, 2021

On Energy, Roadmap For a Renewed Canada-U.S. Partnership Is Incomplete by Monica Gattinger, Daily Oil Bulletin, March 15, 2021

The U.S. and Euro-Atlantic security: NATO partners, Russia, and Eastern partnership by Roger Hilton, European Leadership Network, March 15, 2021

It’s time for a new defence minister by Stephen Saideman, The Globe and Mail, March 15, 2021

The Canada-US Roadmap: Getting it Done by Colin Robertson, Policy Magazine, March 14, 2021

Biden broke the Keystone permit, now Trudeau should insist he pay for it by Dennis McConnaghy, Calgary Herald, March 12, 2021

In a post-Trump world, Canadian sovereignty is at a crossroads by David Carment and Richard Nimijean, Toronto Star, March 12, 2021

Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan Agree on the Caspian by Robert Cutler, The Central Asia-Caucasus Analyst, March 12, 2021

In defence of Canadian shipbuilding by Jeffrey F. Collins, Maclean’s, March 5, 2021

Brazil’s President is a Global Health Threat by Robert Muggah, NPR, March 4, 2021

Trudeau revelations another nationalist ‘conspiracy’ that isn’t by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, March 3, 2021

Can the World Trade Organization be saved? by Lawrence Herman, The Globe and Mail, March 2, 2021

Cuts to Radio Canada International can only hurt Canada’s image and influence abroad by David Carment, Richard Nimijean, and Wojtek Gwiazda, Ottawa Citizen, March 2, 2021

COVID-19 is reconfiguring organized crime in Latin America and the Caribbean by Robert Muggah and Steven Dudley, Small Wars Journal, March 2, 2021

Lessons Learned from C4ISR and Beyond 2021 by Ron Lloyd, Vanguard, March 2, 2021

How is Nuclear Energy Like Immigration and Free Trade? by John Stewart, Max Bell School of Public Policy, March 1, 2021

Japan’s Indo-Pacific vision is a template for Canada by Stephen Nagy, The Japan Times, February 25, 2021

Government procurement and Biden’s Buy American policies: A way forward by Lawrence Herman, Macdonald-Laurier Institute, February 2021

In West Africa, Climate Change Equals Conflict by Robert Muggah, Foreign Policy, February 18, 2021

With an election looming, can Brazil finally confront its injustices? by Robert Muggah, Open Democracy, February 17, 2021

The latest case of police racism is yet another travesty of justice by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, February 17, 2021

4 Ways to build resilience to digital risks in the COVID-19 era by Robert Muggah and Rafal Rohozinski, World Economic Forum, February 16, 2021

China’s new inscrutability by Tim Dunne, The Hill Times, February 15, 2021

Stronger Together – Slovakia: A New Castle Strategy for 2021 by Roger Hilton, Institut Montaigne, February 15, 2021

In Brazil, QAnon Has a Distinctly Bolsonaro Flavor by Robert Muggah, Foreign Policy, February 10, 2021

Remembering George P. Schultz, ‘Friend to Canada’ by Colin Robertson, Policy Magazine, February 8, 2021

In defense of regulation by Charity Weeden and Greg Autry, Space News, February 8, 2021

The coup turns Myanmar’s fallen angel back into a freedom fighter by James Trottier, The Globe and Mail, February 4, 2021

Les menaces à la sécurité de l’Europe affectent les intérêts de sécurité américains en termes semblables (The threats to Europe’s security impact U.S. security interests in similar terms) par/by Benjamin Hautecouverture, Le Monde, February 4, 2021

Will the pandemic make Canada less attractive to newcomers? by Andrew Griffith and Howard Ramos, Policy Options, February 3, 2021

PHAC and Health Canada have not been assets in this pandemic by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, February 3, 2021

The Trans-Caspian Gas Pipeline for Peace-building in the South Caucasus by Robert Cutler, Beyond The Horizon, February 1, 2021

Canadas lange kamp for multilateralismen (Canada’s long fight for multilateralism) par/by Jan Top Christensen, Undenrigs, January 2021

Pourtant, Nétanyahou n’est pas bête… (Yet, Netanyahou is not foolish) par/by Ferry de Kerckhove, La Presse+, January 31, 2021

Den skandaløse generalguvernør er sat på porten. Hvad så by, Canada? (The scandalour governor-general has been put at the gate. So what now, Canada?) by Jan Top Christensen, Pov.international, January 29, 2021

Biden svigter USA's nærmeste allierede og vælger realpolitik før vennetjenester (Biden betrays America’s closest ally and chooses realpolitik before friend services) by Jan Top Christensen, Pov.international, January 28, 2021

The governor general’s resignation offers an opportunity by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, January 27, 2021

Lessons from the Julie Payette affair? Even the governor general can be held accountable by Eugene Lang, Ottawa Citizen, January 25, 2021

Keystone XL is dead. Now comes the tough fight over compensation by Lawrence Herman, The Globe and Mail, January 24, 2021

In Joe Biden, “Yesterday’s Man’ is now the person for the moment – and that’s déjà vu for Canada by Peter Donolo, The Globe and Mail, January 22, 2021

Here’s how rising global risks will change our cities by Robert Muggah, World Economic Forum, January 21, 2021

Management consultants are the problem, not the solution by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, January 20, 2021

Canada should retaliate against Biden’s wrong-headed decision to cancel Keystone. Here’s how by Jack M. Mintz, Financial Post, January 20, 2021

How Canada can leverage Biden’s agenda as part of government relations reset by Colin Robertson, CBC News, January 19, 2021

What American allies will be watching for in Biden’s inaugural address by Colin Robertson, The Hill Times, January 18, 2021

EU’s in the spotlight, but Canada’s investment treaty with China still ties Ottawa’s hands for the next decade by Lawrence Herman, The Globe and Mail, January 14, 2021

Ready to Respond: The Electricity Sector and Evolving Cyber Threats by Leah Michalopulos, Canadian Electricity Association, January 14, 2021

Trade Policy Challenges: The Year Ahead by Lawrence Herman, CGAI, January 14, 2021

Bolsonaro Is Following Trump’s Anti-Democracy Playbook by Mark S. Cogan and Robert Muggah, Foreign Policy, January 14, 2021

Den canadiske regering skifter ud – er det forbere – delse til valg? (The Canadian government is changing – is it preparing – for elections?) by Mark S. Cogan and Jan Top Christensen, POV, January 14, 2021

Canada has a more even-handed role to play in the South Caucasus by Mark S. Cogan and Robert M. Cutler, The Hill Times, January 13, 2021

The Bye bye is a great Quebec tradition by Mark S. Cogan and Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, January 13, 2021

Winners And Losers As Afghan Peace Process Enters Its Endgame – Analysis by Mark S. Cogan and Stephen Nagy, Geopolitical Monitor, January 11, 2021

Why The Latest Cyberattacks Was Different by Robert Muggah, Foreign Policy, January 11, 2021

Vaccine roll-out critical to public confidence by Ross Fetterly, Frontline, January 10, 2021

What will become of Trump’s Canadian fan base? by Peter Donolo, Toronto Star, January 8, 2021

Canadians’ appetite for climate action growing, but beware of polarization by Monica Gattinger, The Hill Times, January 7, 2021

“Road Kill in a Game of Chicken”: China, Canada, and the United States by Christopher W. Bishop, Council on Foreign Relations, January 5, 2021

Arts and artists need a ‘new deal’ by Deanna Horton, The Hill Times, January 5, 2021

From annus horribilis to annus mirabilis? by Joseph Ingram, The Hill Times, January 5, 2021

The Second Karabakh War and Western Strategic Thinking by Robert Cutler, The Wilson Center, January 5, 2021

How the auto industry can help fight climate change by Brian Kingston, iPolitics, January 4, 2021

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