In an interview with As it Happens on CBC Radio One, CIGI Distinguished Fellow Paul Heinbecker discusses what cuts to Canada's department of foreign affairs will mean for Canada's international engagement.
CIGI Senior Fellow Mark Sedra comments on newly revealed documents regarding Canada's role in Afghanistan.
North Korea agreed recently to suspend its nuclear activities, announcing a freeze on nuclear tests, long-range missile launches and uranium enrichment at its Yongbyon plant. It also invited back international nuclear inspectors expelled in 2009, presumably in a bid to restart the six-party talks. To better understand the significance and possible ramifications of North Korea’s announcement, we talked to James Manicom, SSHRC post-doctoral fellow at the Balsille School of International Affairs.
In an op-ed to Embassy, CIGI Distinguished Fellow Paul Heinbecker looks at the situation with Iran, and argues that "Ottawa needs to use its vaunted friendship with Washington and Jerusalem to offer ideas to break the logic of war."
CIGI Distinguished Fellow Jorge Heine comments on special operations conducted by US soldiers, following recent events in Afghanistan. NOTE: This article in only available in Spanish.