Comment articuler une « solution haïtienne » à des apports conséquents du Canada et de la communauté internationale?
- November 30, 2022
For reading week this year we asked CIPS‘ distinguished members to recommend a novel to their students (and to all students of good writing).
For over twenty …READ MORE
With the US as an all-powerful neighbour and main trading partner, Canadian analyses of the American elections are naturally focused on what’s at stake for Canada and Canadians. But the November 2020 elections are also eagerly watched in other parts …READ MORE
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman (the now notorious ‘MBS’) recently admitted his …READ MORE
The term Five Eyes typically refers to a unique signals intelligence pooling club of three or four-letter acronymed agencies from Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the United States. But FVEY, as it is also known, is now …READ MORE
Last month we launched CIPS’ first annual blog award. In so doing we asked a group of three experienced and impartial experts to assess the more than 50 original blogs, written by 31 of Canada’s leading experts in international affairs, …READ MORE
In the academic year 2019-20, CIPS published more than 50 original blogs, written by 31 of Canada’s leading experts in international affairs. The blogs posts covered a diversity of topics, including Canadian foreign policy, China and the West, war, peace, …READ MORE
The voting for the next head of the Conservative Party of Canada has begun. The winner, to be announced on August 21, will become the Leader of the Official Opposition. In the midst of the upheaval of the COVID-19 pandemic …READ MORE
We have lost a wonderful colleague and friend. David Petrasek, associate professor in the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs (GSPIA) and former director of the Centre for International Policy Studies (CIPS), died on Monday after a long, hard-fought …READ MORE