In an op-ed to Bloomberg, CIGI Senior Visiting Fellow Paul Blustein writes on the situation in Japan, saying that "after an initial groundswell of sympathy and support for the stricken northeast coast, a vocal segment of the public obsessed with avoiding even insignificant levels of radioactivity seems to be turning its back on the region."
In an interview with CTV News Channel, CIGI Senior Fellow Bessma Momani discusses the Syrian crisis and what needs to be done to help the country.
In an op-ed to The Globe and Mail, CIGI Distinguished Fellow Paul Heinbecker looks at the situation between the West and Iran, and argues that "we should not allow ourselves to be stampeded into supporting a war on arbitrary timelines and hyped intelligence."
CIGI Distinguished Fellow Jorge Heine comments on efforts to bring Jean Claude "Baby Doc" Duvalier to justice upon his return to Haiti.
CIGI Distinguished Fellow Paul Heinbecker comments on the realities of diplomacy, in light of the situation in Syria and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper's visit to China.
In an interview with CBC Radio One's The World at Six, CIGI Senior Fellow Bessma Momani comments on Russia's diplomatic efforts with Syria.
CIGI Distinguished Fellow Paul Heinbecker speaks to Metro Morning about the failure of diplomacy with regard to Syria and the United Nations Security Council.
Former Canadian ambassador to the UN, Paul Heinbecker, speaks to Yahoo! about Harper’s trip to China
CIGI Distinguished Fellow Paul Heinbecker speaks to Yahoo! News about Prime Minister Stephen Harper's new approach to Canada-China relations.
In an op-ed to The Toronto Star, CIGI Distinguished Fellow Jorge Heine argues that "the last thing (Haiti) needs right now is a resurfacing of Duvalierism."
CIGI Chair in Global Security David Welch comments on why China supports the current regime in Syria and whether Canada has any real influence on this issue.
“Another Western war on a Muslim country would be unpredictable, negative and very dangerous,” Distinguished Fellow Paul Heinbecker says, in commenting on the possibility of Canadian frigates participating in a U.S.-led naval blockade off the southern coast of Iran.
In an op-ed to The Toronto Star, CIGI Senior Fellow Bessma Momani argues that "as the death toll continues to rise above 5,000 Syrian lives, it is time to come to terms with the likelihood of a protracted stalemate."