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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.

2020 Articles

Japan-Australia Defense Treaty: US Allies Adapting to New Geopolitics of the Indo-Pacific by Stephen Nagy, Geopolitical Monitor, November 25, 2020

Anglo Quebecers are not a threat to French, we shouldn’t be treated as such by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, November 25, 2020

The Biden Doctrine, China and RCEP by Julian Lindley-French, The Lindley-French Analysis, November 25, 2020

Hard Choices: Canada must be consistent when dealing with China by Andre Pickford and Jeffery F. Collins, iPolitics, November 24, 2020

Does China Have a Copycat Culture? The Case of “Architectural Mimicry” by Hugh Stephens, Hugh Stephens Blog, November 23, 2020

Britain Sets the Defence Agenda by Julian Lindley-French, The Lindley-French Analysis, November 20, 2020

Canada’s Eleventh Province; America’s Eleventh City? Planet Canada and a Call to Action by Deanna Horton and Roy Norton, The Wilson Center, November 19, 2020

Building a feminist alliance by Stefanie von Hlatky, Open Canada, November 18, 2020

Canada’s Indo-Pacific future by Hugh Stephens, Open Canada, November 18, 2020

Why Canada must confront the rise of digital authoritarianism by George Tsagaroulis and Kyle Matthews, Open Canada, November 18, 2020

Canada’s surface combatant costs might be taking on water by David Perry, The Hill Times, November 18, 2020

In Quebec, a wilful blindness to racism against Indigenous people by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, November 18, 2020

In the return of major power rivalry, Canada should cement its role by Andrea Charron and James Fergusson, The Hill Times, November 18, 2020

Peacekeeping? It’s an Age Thing by Jean-Christophe Boucher, CGAI, November 16, 2020

During a time of pandemic, there is more need than ever to nurture our creative industries. by Hugh Stephens, Hugh Stephens Blog, November 16, 2020

Medical self-knowledge is coming – ready or not! by Tom Keenan, Calgary Herald, November 14, 2020

Misinformation Is Threatening Brazil’s Elections, Too by Louise Marie Hurel, Pedro Augusto Francisco and Robert Muggah, Americas Quarterly, November 12, 2020

Jihadist Networks Dig In on Social Media Across Central Asia by Kumar Bekbolotov, Rafal Rohozinski and Robert Muggah, Foreign Policy, November 11, 2020

Gattinger: Canada Needs To Think Differently About Bilateral Energy Relations by Monica Gattinger, Daily Oil Bulletin, November 9, 2020

COVID and Culture: What’s Around the Corner? by Hugh Stephens, Hugh Stephens Blog, November 9, 2020

Does America (Still) Want to Lead the Free World? by Julian Lindley-French, The Lindley-French Analysis, November 5, 2020

The American election: in an obscure race, a cause for optimism by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, November 4, 2020

The New Nuclear Arms Race That Wasn't by James Fergusson, Macdonald-Laurier Institute, November 3, 2020

What the Public Service Employee Survey breakdowns of visible minority and other groups tell us about diversity and inclusion by Andrew Griffith, The Hill Times, November 3, 2020

Remembrance Day, COVID—and Copyright by Neil Moss (feat. Hugh Stephens), Hugh Stephens Blog, November 2, 2020

Whether it’s Trump or Biden, Canada has to be ready to get to work by Neil Moss (feat. Colin Robertson), The Hill Times, October 28, 2020

Cyber-Security in Canada During COVID-19 by Amy Cavendish

Trump or Biden Canada has to be ready by Colin Robertson, Colin Robertson Blog, October 28, 2020

One hopeful Tory candidate wants the Ottawa-Beijing relationship on the ballot by Neil Moss (feat. Matthew Fisher), The Hill Times, October 28, 2020

Opinion: Restoring order to global trade by Lawrence Herman, Financial Post, October 27, 2020

NATO's Black Elephants by Julian Lindley-French, The Lindley-French Analysis, October 27, 2020

Twenty-five Years of US-Vietnam Cooperation—Don’t Let “Decree 06” and Ongoing Piracy Spoil It! by Hugh Stephens, Hugh Stephens Blog, October 26, 2020

CIUA – CPIFA: Fifth Round of Track II Dialogue by Colin Robertson, Colin Roberston.ca, October 22, 2020

Canada and the UK: A Long and Enduring Partnership by Hugh Segal, Royal United Services Institute, October 21, 2020

Nagorno-Karabakh: Five things to know about the latest crisis by Ann FitzGerald and Robert Cutler, Al Jazeera, October 21, 2020

Is there a role for Canada in Taiwan’s economic and security dilemma? by Hugh Stephens, The Hill Times, October 19, 2020

Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Appeal in York v Access Copyright Case: What Does This Mean for Copyright in Canada? by Hugh Stephens, Hugh Stephens Blog, October 19, 2020

What is behind the Nagorno-Karabakh flare-up? by Robert Cutler, Al Jazeera, October 19, 2020

The maps that show life is slowly getting better by Robert Muggah, The Guardian, October 17, 2020

Non-alignment and Azerbaijan's Energy Export Policy by Robert Cutler, Caucasus Strategic Perspectives

Canada should look to Asia’s middle powers as tensions with China rise by Jacob Benjamin (feat. Hugh Stephens), Hamilton Spectator, October 14, 2020

Trudeau Liberals failing to stand up to MBS and Saudi Arabia by Steven Zhou (feat. Thomas Juneau), The Hill Times, October 14, 2020

Public health is going to become a serious security issue (p. 70) Big government is back and economic interventionism will grow (106) by Roger Hilton, GLOBSEC Megatrends 2020: Trends Triggered & Accelerated by COVID-19, The World After the Pandemic, October, 2020

ATIPs: a headache in need of a cure by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, October 14, 2020

Social media, not free trade, is the main conduit for American influence by Phillip Cross (feat. Chris Waddell), Financial Post, October 14, 2020

The NATO Strategic Integrated Operating Concept by Julian Lindley-French, The Lindley-French Analysis, October 14, 2020

Google in Australia: Dangle the Carrot, then Yank it Away by Hugh Stephens, Hugh Stephens Blog, October 13, 2020

Thinking well beyond COVID-19 by Tom Keenan, Calgary Herald, October 10, 2020

COVID-19 is increasing multiple kinds of inequality. Here’s what we can do about it by Ian Goldin and Robert Muggah, World Economic Forum, October 9, 2020

To Understand China’s Aggressive Foreign Policy, Look at Its Domestic Politics by Christopher Bishop, Council on Foreign Relations, October 8, 2020

Ottawa's delay of Alberta’s gas pipeline: Building back slower by Ron Wallace, The Financial Post, October 8, 2020

Dispute in the South Caucasus runs hot again by Robert Cutler, The Hill Times, October 8, 2020

Let’s set the record straight about October 1970 by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, October 7, 2020

Lessons learned from Taiwan and South Korea’s tech-enabled COVID-19 communications by Heidi Tworek, Brookings, October 6, 2020

COVID-19 could reset cities for the better by Robert Muggah, International Federation for Housing and Planning, October 6, 2020

Throne speech represents existential threat to Alberta’s energy transformation by Denis McConaghy, Calgary Herald, October 2, 2020

China’s actions will eventually bring Canada closer to Taiwan by Matthew Fisher, Global News, October 2, 2020

Trump’s COVID-19 diagnosis may garner attention, but won’t it change deeply held views by Matthew Fisher, Global News, October 2, 2020

NATO 3.0: Standardization, Interoperability and Mobility by Julian Lindey-French, The Lindey-French Analysis, October 1, 2020

Armenia, Azerbaijan is age-old conflict that could roil the neighbourhood by Ian Beacock and Julian Lindey-French, Global News, September 30, 2020

Reaction to the US Presidential Debate from Ottawa by Ottawa Morning with Robyn Bresnahan (feat. Sarah Goldfeder, CBC Radio, September 30, 2020

B.C. shouldn’t be afraid of a pandemic election — it could strengthen our democracy by Ian Beacock and Heidi Tworek, The Province, September 29, 2020

Giving the Middle Finger to the Middle Kingdom, and Others: A Tale of “Public Morality, Design, and Just Possibly Copyright by Hugh Stephens, HughStephensBlog.net, September 28, 2020

South Korea’s success in containing the coronavirus highlights importance of digital resilience by Robert Muggah and Rafal Rohozinski, South China Morning Post, September 27, 2020

Canada needs an Arctic defence strategy as Russia, China eye the north by The Roy Green Show Matthew Fisher, Global News Radio, September 27, 2020

Canada needs an Arctic defence strategy as Russia, China eye the north by Jonathan Berkshire Miller and Matthew Fisher, Global News, September 25, 2020

Post-Abe, Japan matters even more for Canada by Jonathan Berkshire Miller and Stephen Nagy, The Japan Times, September 24, 2020

Pandering to Quebec is unseemly, and it rarely works by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, September 23, 2020

Parliament should bring back the Canada-China special committee by Colin Robertson, The Globe and Mail, September 22, 2020

Brazil’s Bolsonaro attacks enemies real and imagined at the UN General Assembly by Robert Muggah, openDemocracy, September 22, 2020

KAVKAZ 2020: Host-Nation Clout and Diplomatic Intrigue by Roger Hilton, Geopolitical Monitor, September 17, 2020

El Presupuesto “Más Alegre” Para el “Peor Momento”/ The “Cheeriest” Budget for the “Worst Moment” by Francisco Suárez Dávila, El Orbe, September 17, 2020

When China gets up to no good, Canada must do more than wag a finger by Matthew Fisher, Global News, September 16, 2020

Attacking prominent women does no one any good by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, September 16, 2020

Why it’s more effective for united democracies to ‘engage-and-constrain’ China than ostracize it by Colin Robertson, CBC News, September 15, 2020

U.S.-China relations: Washington’s bold moves have few buyers by Stephen Nagy, The Japan Times, September 14, 2020

Southeast Asia: The Next Manufacturing Hub? Reality Trumps Ambition by Stephen Nagy and Hanh Nguyen, 9DashLine, September 14, 2020

Recent statements on soldiers and pandemic may cost Donald Trump the election by Matthew Fisher, Global News, September 11, 2020

Russian Arms Sales to Armenia and Their Geopolitical Effects by Robert Cutler, Geopolitical Monitor, September 9, 2020

Reports of the Death of America Have Been Greatly Exaggerated by Sarah Goldfeder, Policy Magazine, September 9, 2020

The internet : where ‘globalist’ is an insult by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, September 9, 2020

Beyond the North Warning System by Andrea Charron, War on the Rocks, September 7, 2020

Report highlights scale of China’s ‘coercive’ diplomacy by Matthew Fisher, Global News, September 6, 2020

Western condemnation of Alexei Navalny poisoning won’t trouble Vladimir Putin by Matthew Fisher, Global News, September 4, 2020

La stratégie arctique du Département de la Force aérienne des États-Unis et les répercussions pour le Canada (The U.S. Air Force Arctic strategy and the consequences for Canada) par/by Andrea Charron, Réseau d’analyse stratégique, September 2, 2020

Facebook is no longer fun and games by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, September 2, 2020

Tinkering with EI leaves the core problems unresolved by Hugh Segal, The Globe and Mail, August 31, 2020

Remembering Canada’s Pacific role during the Second World War, 75 years later by Matthew Fisher, Global News, August 31, 2020

The COVID City by Ian Goldin and Robert Muggah, Project Syndicate, August 31, 2020

Reducing deforestation means getting serious about environmental crime by Ilona Szabó de Carvalho, Robert Muggah, and Brodie Ferguson, World Economic Forum, August 31, 2020

Security School in Session: Debriefing GLOBSEC’s 2020 Digital Age by Roger Hilton, NATO Association of Canada, August 30, 2020

Navigating geopolitical uncertainty in a post-Abe world by Stephen Nagy, The Japan Times, August 29, 2020

It’s time for united global action to stem corruption by Peter Donolo, Toronto Star, August 28, 2020

Accommodation versus Alliance: Japan’s Prospective Grand Strategy in the Sino-US Competition by Stephen Nagy, The Asan Forum, August 27, 2020

Abe’s milestone marks mixed and incremental record by Stephen Nagy, The Japan Times, August 27, 2020

Trump trade adviser’s comments about Canada’s role in Afghanistan grossly uninformed by Matthew Fisher, Global News, August 27, 2020

If Julie Payette is replaced, Maj.-Gen. Paul a prime candidate for Governor General by Matthew Fisher, Global News, August 25, 2020

Remembering Allan Fotheringham by Matthew Fisher, Global News, August 22, 2020

Lockdowns Have Been Amazing for the Environment, but COVID-19 Won’t Heal the Planet by Robert Muggah, Foreign Policy, August 21, 2020

The coup in Mali should matter to Canadians by Matthew Fisher, Global News, August 21, 2020

Trumpism won’t happen in Canada – but not because of our politics by Peter Donolo, Globe and Mail, August 21, 2020

Why maps matter in our response to COVID-19 by Robert Muggah and Nicholas Glesby, World Economic Forum, August 19, 2020

After 80 years of advice, joint body’s work on North American defence as necessary as ever by Andrea Charron and Nicholas Glesby, The Hill Times, August 19, 2020

Do Canada’s elites have a mentality of privilege and entitlement? by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, August 19, 2020

Peace deal between Israel and UAE curbs Iran’s power, bolsters Netanyahu by Matthew Fisher, Global News, August 15, 2020

Strongman Alexander Lukashenko fears democracy, but should fear Vladimir Putin more by Matthew Fisher, Global News, August 14, 2020

Trump’s TikTok and WeChat Bans Could Shatter the Global Internet by Robert Muggah and Rafal Rohozinski, Foreign Policy, August 14, 2020

What’s at stake in the U.S.-China rivalry? The very future of the internet by Robert Muggah and Rafal Rohozinski, The Globe and Mail, August 13, 2020

Peace in the trade valley? Not likely by Lawrence L. Herman, Financial Post, August 13, 2020

The next census should better reflect who we are by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, August 12, 2020

A new ‘Cold War’ is developing between China and the U.S. by Matthew Fisher, Global News, August 10, 2020

Leaving big tech to govern themselves doesn’t work. They’re getting even worse by Heidi Tworek, The Independent, August 7, 2020

The role of deputy prime minister is not as powerful as most think by Eugene Lang and Greg Schmidt, Policy Options, August 6, 2020

The Beirut blast was a rare event in terms of its brute force and power by Matthew Fisher, Global News, August 6, 2020

Existe una política exterior? (Is there a foreign policy?) by Francisco Suárez Dávila, El Universal, August 5, 2020

U.S.-led monetary policy will usher in a second lost decade for the global economy by Matthew Lombardi and Max Seltzer, Vancouver Sun, August 5, 2020

Canada’s declining productivity: is substance abuse the root of the problem? by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, August 5, 2020

Canada’s coronavirus response has not been as great as we like to think by Matthew Fisher, Global News, August 3, 2020

Unilateralism and Competitive Multilateralism in Gray-zone Conflict: A Comparison of Russia and the United States by Dani Belo and David Carment, Air University, August 3, 2020

Racism poisons Canada’s future by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, July 29, 2020

Vietnam’s Leadership In ASEAN: Opportunity in Crisis – Analysis by Stephen Nagy and Nguyen Hanh, Geopolitical Monitor, July 28, 2020

What individual Canadians and organizations should do about China by Andrew Griffith, Ottawa Citizen, July 28, 2020

Could Canada’s next chief of staff be a woman? by Matthew Fisher and Brendan Frank, Global News, July 28, 2020

Green recovery could be polarizing issue among Canadians by Monica Gattinger and Brendan Frank, The Hill Times, July 27, 2020

Retirement of Gen. Jonathan Vance is big loss for Canada on international stage par/by Matthew Fisher, Global News, July 24, 2020

Se relever après la défaite : le Canada aux Nations unies (Getting back up after defeat: Canada at the United Nations) par/by Ferry de Kerckhove, Policy Options Politiques, July 23, 2020

Brazil feels the consequences of pandemic populism par/by Robert Muggah and Miguel Lago, Open Democracy, July 22, 2020

The ‘trade bonanza’ with China was a bust. Canada must look elsewhere by Matthew Fisher, Global News, July 21, 2020

To Downsize Bloated, Too Powerful Police, Look at These Examples by Robert Muggah, Foreign Policy, July 17, 2020

Missing – public servants who could warn Trudeau about WE conflict by Eugene Lang, Ottawa Citizen, July 16, 2020

North American Marine Cabotage Protectionism: 100 years too old! by Roy Norton and Deanna Horton, Wilson Center, July 15, 2020

Canada needs foreign policy for the 21st century by Joseph Ingram, The Hill Times, July 15, 2020

When you win against Phoenix, it is but a Pyrrhic victory by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, July 15, 2020

Extradition and Chinese Bullying by Lawrence L. Herman, CGAI, July 15, 2020

Air Dropping Good News in the Black Sea Region by Roger Hilton, GLOBSEC, July 13, 2020

Canada should follow Australia’s example in defence, foreign policy by Matthew Fisher, Global News, July 13, 2020

Are we all Marxists now? I hope not by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, July 8, 2020

In the Meng extradition case, Canada has other options, interests to consider by David Carment and Richard Nimijean, The Hill Times, July 8, 2020

Is COVID-19 being used by China to gather strategic intelligence? Rob Huebert for Inside Policy by Ernie Regehr and Rob Huebert, Macdonald-Laurier Institute, July 7, 2020

Military justice system lost its moral legitimacy by Ernie Regehr and Tim Dunne, Salt Wire, July 7, 2020

Engaging Silent Enemies: NATO’s Anti-submarine Warfare Challenge by Ernie Regehr and Roger Hilton, Globsec, July 7, 2020

With Hong Kong’s fate sealed, Canada must side with Taiwan against China by Ernie Regehr and Matthew Fisher, Global News, July 6, 2020

Face to Face: Should Canada’s military be restructured to increase its response to health crises and natural disasters? by Ernie Regehr and David Bercuson, Legion Magazine, July 2, 2020

Russia referendum gives Putin right to remain in power till 2036 by Matthew Fisher, Global News, July 2, 2020

The Lessons of COVID-19 and international co-operation in the Arctic by Natalia Loukacheva, The Hill Times, July 1, 2020

Quebec’s Dominique Anglade is a woman of many first by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, July 1, 2020

Canada needs a foreign policy review by Matthew Fisher, Global News, June 30, 2020

We’re on the brink of losing Canada’s aerospace industry by Jean Charest, The Hill Times, June 29, 2020

Trudeau is right to reject call to swap Meng Wanzhou for the ‘Two Michaels’ by Matthew Fisher, Global News, June 26, 2020

With Meng Wanzhou’s extradition, Canada must be laser-focused on the national interest by Richard Fadden, The Globe and Mail, June 25, 2020

To break the impasse on the detention of Spavor and Kovrig, Canada has 3 options by Colin Robertson, CBC News, June 25, 2020

Why Canada is losing at the UN by Eugene Lang, Toronto Star, June 25, 2020

Lives depend on new skills for the 21st century by Joseph Ingram, The Hill Times, June 24, 2020

‘It’s an ill wind that doesn’t blow some good’: tourism in the time of COVID by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, June 24, 2020

La 4T: Transformación, deformación o retroceso (The 4T : transformation, deformation or recoil) by Francisco Suárez Dávila, El Universal, June 24, 2020

Canada needs a more strategic, region-based approach to reopening the border by Colin Robertson, The Globe and Mail, June 23, 2020

Calls for Police Reform Are Getting Louder– Here’s How to Do It by Robert Muggah and Thomas Abt, Foreign Policy, June 22, 2020

China jailed the ‘two Michaels’ because it regards Canada as a ‘pushover’ by Matthew Fisher, Global News, June 19, 2020

How COVID-19 has impacted Canadian Forces missions abroad by Stéfanie von Hlatky and Stephen Saideman, Policy Options, June 19, 2020

Trudeau’s UN vote loss is rebuke of his ‘preachy’ foreign policy by Matthew Fisher, Global News, June 18, 2020

Canada’s failed Security Council bid marks the death of our traditional foreign policy by Jean-Christophe Boucher, National Post, June 17, 2020

Seeking a New Way: Canada in the Post-Pandemic Era by Deanna Horton, Asia-Pacific Foundation, June 16, 2020

Fra global Rockstar til mulig taber i FN’s Sikkerhedråd – hvad gik galt for Trudeau? (From global Rockstar to possible loser in the UN Security Council – What went wrong for Trudeau?) af/by Jan Top Christensen, Pov, June 16, 2020

Canadian universities rely on foreign students. What if China called its students home? by Matthew Fisher, Global News, June 15, 2020

COVID-19 aftermath – the government can’t keep improvising forever by Eugene Lang, Ottawa Citizen, June 15, 2020

Flight safety: Identifying what went wrong by Tim Dunne, Skies Mag, June 12, 2020

Keenan: Contact tracing comes of age – but where is it going? by Tom Keenan, Calgary Herald, June 12, 2020

Después del COVID-19, ?qué? (After COVID-19, what?) by Francisco Suárez Dávila, El Universal, June 10, 2020

Social change depends on each of us doing our part by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, June 10, 2020

Canada badly wants a seat on the UN Security Council. Are other countries listening? by Matthew Fisher, Global News, June 10, 2020

La descente vers une guerre civile ? (Descent towards civil war?) par/by Ferry de Kerckhove, La Presse, June 9, 2020

L’OTAN et le G7 : L’ordre occidental est-il menacé ? (NATO and the G7 : Is the Western international order under threat?) par/by Jocelyn Coulon, La Presse, June 8, 2020

Trump’s Withdrawal of US Troops From Germany is a Headache Not a Heartbreak by Roger Hilton, Globsec, June 8, 2020

Why Bell, Telus want to pick Huawei for 5G networks, despite over security concerns by Amy Karam, The Hill Times, June 8, 2020

Canada will pay the price for neglecting our foreign policy by Thomas Juneau, The Globe and Mail, June 7, 2020

Comment: It’s time for us to start thinking about new subs by Jeffrey F. Collins, Times Colonist, June 6, 2020

Dollar and Sense: The First Decade of the NSS by David Perry, Canadian Naval Review, June 5, 2020

A blistering critique from Gen. James Mattis will rattle Donald Trump by Matthew Fisher, Global News, June 5, 2020

By remaining silent on Trump, Canada’s leaders signal a national frailty by Peter Donolo, The Globe and Mail, June 4, 2020

‘Canada First’ may complicate necessary restructuring of country’s distressed businesses by Elizabeth Roscoe and Peter Donolo, Financial Post, June 4, 2020

Political Violence at a Glance by Stephen Saideman and Hasumi Tani, Asia & The Policy Society, June 3, 2020

Tibet 70 years later is a reminder of China’s true face by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, June 3, 2020

Dealing with the Chinese economy after COVID-19 by Stephen Nagy and Hasumi Tani, Asia & The Policy Society, June 3, 2020

How COVID-19 will re-shape global supply chains and the world economy by Eric Miller, National Newswatch, June 3, 2020

Long-term funding shifts due to COVID by Ross Fetterly, Global News, June 2, 2020

Trudeau and Sajjan should keep troops at Quebec’s long-term care homes by Matthew Fisher, Frontline, June 2, 2020

In a new cold war with China, America may need to befriend Russia by Eric Miller, The Hill, May 29, 2020

Steep costs of pandemic will cut foreign aid funding when it’s needed most by Matthew Fisher, Global News, May 29, 2020

For Chat’s Sake #3: Arctic Security: Conflict Hype and Dilemmas in the High North by Roger Hilton, Globsec, May 28, 2020

Advancing Canada’s Interests in the USA: a practitioner’s take on how Allan Gotlieb changed advocacy forever by Roy Norton, Wilson Center, May 27, 2020

Ottawa equivocates as China imposes its will on Hong Kong by Matthew Fisher, Global News, May 27, 2020

COVID-19 will hit the developing world’s cities the hardest. Here’s why by Richard Florida and Robert Muggah, World Economic Forum, May 27, 2020

It’s time to learn from free trade talks and boost COVID-19 collaboration by Deanna Horton and Jean Charest, The Hill Times, May 27, 2020

Look to the new NAFTA for the roadmap to the future of the Canada-U.S. bond by Colin Robertson, The Hill Times, May 27, 2020

For better or for worse, the future of U.S.-Canada relations will evolve by Eric Miller, The Hill Times, May 27, 2020

China is hardening, not softening, and we should be concerned by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, May 27, 2020

Avoiding an Epic Mistake: The Case for Continuing the U.S. Mission in Sinai by Assaf Orion and Denis Thompson, The Washington Institute, May 27, 2020

Canadian Armed Forces respond to COVID-19 by Denis Thompson, The Hill Times, May 25, 2020

Defence procurement won’t be so easy to cut in a time of COVID-19 by Jeffrey Collins, Policy Options, May 22, 2020

China shows off military strength as Beijing eyes new rules for Hong Kong by Matthew Fisher, Global News, May 22, 2020

Geopolitics and COVID-19–An isolationist future is not in Canada’s interests by Michael Manulak, Ottawa Citizen, May 21, 2020

The 1980 referendum campaign: a shining Canadian moment by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, May 20, 2020

Snowbirds face an uncertain future with aging planes, dwindling budgets by Matthew Fisher, Global News, May 19, 2020

Will the Next U.S. Election Decide the Fate of North Korea’s Nuclear Arsenal by James Trottier, The National Interest, May 19, 2020

Breakdown lays out a fulsome set of policy recommendations by Dennis McConaghy, The Hill Times, May 18, 2020

How the Coronavirus Pandemic Will Permanently Expand Government Powers by Robert Muggah, Foreign Policy, May 16, 2020

Canada can improve its multi-agency approach to global threats by Leah West and Thomas Juneau et al., Policy Options, May 15, 2020

Megacity slums are incubators of disease – but coronavirus response isn’t helping the billion people who live in them by Richard Florida and Robert Muggah, The Conversation, May 14, 2020

Le Canada au Conseil de sécurité : gépolitique d’un vote (Canada in the Security Council : geopolitics of a vote) par/by Jocelyn Coulon, Policy Options/Options politiques, May 14, 2020

With Trump rebuffed, Canada should join other western leaders standing up to China by Matthew Fisher, Global News, May 13, 2020

The Star’s Macpherson defined moments in history in a single frame by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, May 13, 2020

This is how cities in the Global South can fight COVID-19 most effectively by Miguel Lago and Robert Muggah, World Economic Forum, May 12, 2020

Why Kim Jong-un’s Death would Likely Not Change North Korea’s Future by James Trottier, The National Interest, May 11, 2020

Would men show their privates on telemedicine? by Tom Keenan, Calgary Herald, May 9, 2020

The Pandemic Has Triggered Dramatic Shifts in the Global Criminal Underworld by Robert Muggah, Foreign Policy, May 8, 2020

Rethinking the Canada-US relationship after the pandemic by Matthew Fisher, Policy Option, May 7, 2020

Gun control ends don’t justify the order-in-council means by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, May 6, 2020

The Nobel for Trump? Why not the Booker Prize for fiction instead? by Joseph Ingram, The Hill Times, May 6, 2020

China’s response to coronavirus criticism is diplomatic ‘charmless’ offensive by Matthew Fisher, Global News, May 6, 2020

How Life in Our Cities Will Look After the Coronavirus Pandemic by Robert Muggah et al., Foreign Policy, May 1, 2020

Why Canada’s navy and helicopters are deployed to the Mediterranean by Matthew Fisher, Global News, April 30, 2020

World Bank needs to make fragility a central priority in the COVID-19 era by Gary Milante and Robert Muggah, Devex, April 30, 2020

An independent COVID-19 investigation is imperative by Stephen Nagy, The Japan Times, April 30, 2020

Why the U.S. needs a pandemic communications unit by Heidi Tworek, Brookings Institute, April 29, 2020

Trottier: No matter what’s going on with Kim Jong-un, North Korea is unlikely to change course by James Trottier, Ottawa Citizen, April 29, 2020

Fondation pour la recherche stratégique par/by Benjamin Hautecouverture, The Hill Times, April 29, 2020

Early warning and COVID19 – bridging the gap between analysis and response by David Carment, The Hill Times, April 29, 2020

The tragedy in Nova Scotia should teach us all key lessons by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, April 29, 2020

Taxing Canadian expats not the silver bullet for generating post-COVID revenue by Andrew Griffith, The Hill Times, April 29, 2020

Lifting restrictions before it is time may cost lives by George Petrolekas, Ottawa Life Magazine, April 29, 2020

A North American strategy on medical devices would benefit all three nations by Brian Kingston and Michael McAdoo, Policy Options, April 28, 2020

Gotlieb revolutionized Canadian diplomacy with our primordial partner by Colin Robertson, The Hill Times, April 27, 2020

Why the international community should root for Kim Jong Un’s health by Matthew Fisher, Global News, April 27, 2020

Inequality in the Time of COVID-19: A Narrative of Two Americas by Sarah Goldfeder, Policy Magazine, April 27, 2020

The States and Reopening Under COVID-19: Why We Need North American Cooperation by Edward Alden and Laurie Trautman, Council on Foreign Relations, April 24, 2020

Coronavirus will change the way Canadians travel by Matthew Fisher, Global News, April 24, 2020

Latin America’s Coming Techlash by Robert Muggah, Project Syndicate, April 23, 2020

We urgently need major cooperation on global security in the COVID-19 era by Robert Muggah, David Steven, and Liz Tørres, World Economic Forum, April 23, 2020

China must not shape the future of human rights at the UN by Kyle Matthews and Margaret McCuaig-Johnson, The Conversation, April 22, 2020

The post-COVID Canada faces many challenges by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, April 22, 2020

Pandemics like the coronavirus crisis inspire outbreaks of art by Matthew Fisher, Global News, April 21, 2020

Redesigning the COVID-19 City by Robert Muggah and Thomas Ermacora, NPR, April 20, 2020

Where does Canada go post-COVID-19? by David Carment and Richard Nimijean, The Hill Times, April 20, 2020

CERB is an unintended experiment in basic income by Evelyn L. Forget and Hugh Segal, The Globe and Mail, April 19, 2020

The era of gigantic government is upon us by Eugene Lang, Policy Options, April 17, 2020

Coronavirus will strain Russia’s already troubled health care system by Matthew Fisher, Global News, April 17, 2020

The World Oil Market, COVID 19, and International Politics by John Stewart, McGill Maxwell School of Public Policy, April 16, 2020

Seul un changement de régime peut sauver l’Iran (Only regime change can save Iran) par/by Ferry de Kerckhove, CIPS-CÉPI, April 15, 2020

With COVID-19 and rising unemployment, Canada could use a ‘new deal’ jobs program by Matthew Fisher, Global News, April 15, 2020

We are in a crisis, so now is the time to act by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, April 15, 2020

How COVID-19 will reshape global politics by Eric Miller, iPolitics, April 14, 2020

We Can Make the Post-Coronavirus World a Much Less Violent Place by Robert Muggah and Steven Pinker, Foreign Policy, April 14, 2020

Even if big-league sports could resume soon, are fans ready to return? by Matthew Fisher, Global News, April 10, 2020

The role of the WHO in this crisis has been tarnished by politics by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, April 8, 2020

The fiasco involving the USS Roosevelt is bad news for global security by Matthew Fisher, National Post, April 8, 2020

Jay Rankin on COVID-19: We need more troops at home to prepare for the double whammy of natural disasters and coronavirus by Jay Rankin, National Post, April 6, 2020

Voyage en Asie du Sud: réflexions d’un ancien fonctionnaire (Travel in South Asia: reflections from a former public servant) par/by Ferry de Kerckhove, GERAC, April 5, 2020

How the coronavirus crisis is bad news for Canada’s military budget by Matthew Fisher, Global News, April 2, 2020

This pandemic must be understood, not feared, and that’s why good data is crucial by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, April 1, 2020

Does the coronavirus contain a silver lining? by Joseph Ingram, The Hill Times, April 1, 2020

COVID-19: As China Recovers, Will Its Economy Follow? by Stephen Nagy, The Diplomat, March 30, 2020

Why Donald Trump’s coronavirus border plan is much ado about nothing by Matthew Fisher (feat. D. Michael Day), Global News, March 29, 2020

Viral Inequality by Robert Muggah and Ian Goldin, Project Syndicate, March 27, 2020

The world before this coronavirus and after cannot be the same by Robert Muggah and Ian Goldin, The Conversation, March 27, 2020

‘Eerie’ absence of air travel amid coronavirus has repercussions on economy by Matthew Fisher, Global News, March 25, 2020

We should be inspired by the ‘greatest generation’ to pull together by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, March 25, 2020

Pandemia de coronavirus demanda resposta global contundente (Coronavirus pandemic demands strong response) by Jonathan Gravel and Robert Muggah, Noticias 24, March 24, 2020

Front-line medical providers need Justin Trudeau to invoke the Emergency Act by Jonathan Gravel and Matthew Lombard, The Star, March 23, 2020

How Switzerland ended up with the second-highest coronavirus infection rate in the world par/by Matthew Fisher, Global News, March 22, 2020

Le Canada et la Chine: une relation normale ? (Canada and China: a normal relation?) par/by Ferry de Kerckhove, CIPS Blog, March 22, 2020

For the G20 project – and multilateralism itself – the coronavirus is an existential threat by Colin Robertson, The Globe and Mail, March 22, 2020

Canadian Armed Forces prep coronavirus response plan, but no request got help yet by Matthew Fisher, Global News, March 20, 2020

Canada-U.S. border closure may be necessary but will bring additional economic pain by Meredith Lilly, Ottawa Citizen, March 19, 2020

China’s Coronavirus Victory? by Christopher Bishop, CIPS Blog, March 18, 2020

Is the “business Liberal” extinct? by Eugene Lang, Policy Options, March 18, 2020

We must all survive and eventually prosper again by George Petrolekas, Ottawa Life Magazine, March 18, 2020

As COVID-19 spreads, the war of words between Beijing and Washington helps no one by Matthew Fisher, Global News, March 18, 2020

How cities around the world are handling COVID-19 – and why we need to measure their preparedness by Robert Muggah and Rebecca Katz, World Economic Forum, March 17, 2020

The world needs leaders right now, but it has Trump, Xi and Putin instead by Matthew Fisher, Global News, March 15, 2020

Coronavirus closes the curtain on the globe by Matthew Fisher, Global News, March 12, 2020

Crisis exposes China’s institutional problems by Stephen R. Nagy, The Japan Times, March 12, 2020

Japan silently marks 75th anniversary of the devastating Tokyo bombing by Matthew Fisher, Global News, March 10, 2020

Coronavirus outbreak tests China’s president Xi Jinping by Matthew Fisher, Global News, March 8, 2020

Donald Trump’s Taliban peace deal leaves out Afghanistan government and NATO by Matthew Fisher, Global News, March 5, 2020

How reducing inequality will make our cities safer by Robert Muggah and Sameh Wahba, World Economic Forum, March 2, 2020

How the coronavirus has changed daily life in Asia by Matthew Fisher, Global News, March 1, 2020

The NAFTA replacement isn’t perfect , but it’s good enough. Ottawa should pass it by Colin Robertson, The Globe & Mail, February 24, 2020

Canada’s China-U.S. conundrum by David Carment and Richard Nimijean, The Hill Times, February 24, 2020

Ties that Bind: Huawei and the Chinese Party-State by Stephen Nagy, Geopolitical Monitor, February 24, 2020

Japan caught in the grip of a virus delivered by sea and air by Matthew Fisher, Global News, February 23, 2020

Liberals have stifled reconciliation with their politicization of resource projects by Ron Wallace, The Calgary Herald, February 22, 2020

What Justin Trudeau could write to his new friends in Africa by Matthew Fisher, Global News, February 14, 2020

What crises like the coronavirus pandemic tell us about regimes by David J. Bercuson, National Post, February 13, 2020

lan de paix de Trump: le vice appuyé au bras du crime by Ferry de Kerckhove, La Presse, February 11, 2020

Canada’s sense of ‘national project’ is unravelling by Matthew Fisher, Global News, February 9, 2020

Yes, the coronavirus is a threat to health, but we should not panic by Andrew Caddell, The Hill Times, February 5, 2020

How Is the Coronavirus Shaping South Korea’s Cooperation with China and Northeast Asia? by Jaeho Hwang, The Diplomat, February 5, 2020

Get ready for the U.S.-China sideswipe: Phase one trade truce could be devastating for Canadian exporters by Brian Kingston and Michael McAdoo, Financial Post, February 4, 2020

Why Canada needs a foreign policy review by Michael W. Manulak, The Ottawa Citizen, February 3, 2020

Britain exits the EU and enters uncertainty by Matthew Fisher, Global News, February 2, 2020

To win a UN Security Council seat, Canada needs to compete hard by Colin Robertson, The Globe and Mail, January 30, 2020

Ottawa faces challenges at home and with China as coronavirus spreads by Matthew Fisher, Global News, January 31, 2020

Harry, Meaghan and the need for a Canadian ‘Rexit’ by Peter Donolo, The Globe and Mail, January 29, 2020

Will Britain’s Decision on Huawei Help Canada to Finally Decide? by Hugh Stephens, School of Public Policy’s Blog, January 29, 2020

How to untie the Canada-China knot? Abandon U.S. request to extradite Huawei exec, bloc telecom giant’s access to 5G network by Eugene Lang, The Hill Times, January 28, 2020

Canada and USMCA: An Unexpected Success Story by John M. Weekes, Brink News, January 24, 2020

What matters more than Harris’ mustache by Hwang Jae-Ho, The Korea Times, January 23, 2020

Look to cities, not nation-states, to solve our biggest challenges by Robert Muggah, World Economic Forum, January 23, 2020

Harry and Meghan’s move to Canada a ‘white-hot’ topic in B.C. by Matthew Fisher, Global News, January 23, 2020

Canada needs to face down China’s hostage-taking tactics by Philip Calvert, Nikkei Asian Review, January 21, 2020

Why Canada has no embassy in Iran, and what can be done by Thomas Juneau, The Star, January 20, 2020

MPs return to Ottawa, but with little interest in foreign affairs by Matthew Fisher, Global News, January 19, 2020

Growing use of submarines by David J. Bercuson, Legion, January 18, 2020

Putin’s plan for unlimited power by Matthew Fisher and Michael Fujimoto, Global News, January 16, 2020

Cyberwar is coming to a city near you by Robert Muggah and Michael Fujimoto, The Globe and Mail, January 15, 2020

Increased use of drones by Trump’s regime signals a disturbing change in military policy by David Carment, Global News, January 14, 2020

Canada, Iran and the intervention trap by David Carment, Global News, January 14, 2020

Iran accepts blame, yet questions linger over the shooting of flight 752 by Matthew Fisher, Global News, January 12, 2020

Tragic crash of Ukraine airliner reveals the perils of Persian Gulf airspace by Matthew Fisher, Global News, January 9, 2020

Let’s get Canada’s foreign policy house in order by Randolph Mank, Policy Options, January 7, 2020

The brewing situation between Iran and the U.S. is very much Canada’s problem by Hugh Segal, The Globe & Mail, January 6, 2020

Commentary: Canada-led NATO training mission in Iraq in deep jeopardy by Mathew Fisher, Global News, January 6, 2020

Commentary: The question of Iran revenge attacks is not “if” but “when” by Mathew Fisher, Global News, January 4, 2020

Commentary: The 2020s have already begun with a military bang by Mathew Fisher, Global News, January 3, 2020

Why Ottawa must say no to Huawei on building Canada’s 5G networks by Matthew Lombardi, The Globe and Mail, January 2, 2020

Face to Face: Is the North Warning System Obsolete? by Andrea Charron and Ernie Regehr, Legion Magazine, January 2, 2020

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