“Foreign disinformation campaigns deployed by Russia are emblematic of soft power diplomatic strategies for the delegitimization of Western democracy.”
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Join the School of Canadian Studies for the next Guest Speaker in our Canada Talks series - Milana Nikolko
The Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, in partnership with Canada-China Focus, invite you to a one-day, in person conference discussing Canada-China Relations at Carleton University.
A compilation of research on the Ukraine-Russia Crisis since 2014 as seen through the eyes of iAffairs contributors past and present.
This article examines whether this reconfiguration has led to debates in the Canadian news media that reassess the purpose and priorities of Canada’s transatlantic relationships.
"While long-term strategy details have yet to emerge from Canada’s IPS, these recent announcements highlight the significant role of migration as a crucial implementation channel for the Strategy"
This roundtable discussion brings together scholars at this important moment for a conversation on the different framings of terrorism that permeate national and international discussion on Gaza and Israel.
Washington's seeming refusal to use its leverage to stop civilian carnage may do more damage than even the Iraq War, say experts. - Branko Marcetic
Canadian Foreign Policy Journal (CFPJ) is pleased to announce the release of Issue 3 of Volume 29: The War in Ukraine and its Global Implication
Resignation Letter from Craig Mokhiber, Director of the New York office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights
The post-Cold War era of unilateral American dominance in South and Central America is fading, as it did…
Join the School of Canadian Studies for the third Guest Speaker in our Canada Talks series - Amrita Hari
"The illusion of eventual success on the battlefield is founded on a mistaken idea of how to measure winning and losing."