Andy Cooper, associate director of The Centre for International Governance Innovation and a professor of political scienceat the University of Waterloo, has written books on global governance, agricultural trade and foreign policy. Now, he’s turning his attention to celebrity bleeding hearts such as Angelina Jolie and Ginger Spice. His book, Celebrity Diplomacy, comes out in September. Diplomat got a sneak preview.
UN 'not legitimate' now, Blair says British prime minister calls for major reforms to modernize world body
The Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI) is pleased to announce the release of its newest publication, Haiti: Hope for a Fragile State, edited by Yasmine Shamsie and Andrew S. Thompson.
Before committing troops to the current Afghanistan mission, Paul Martin exacted a promise the military now says it's too overworked to keep: Fighting the Taliban in Kandahar wouldn't stop Canada from peacekeeping in Darfur.
As the Canadian dollar reaches heights not seen in almost 30 years vis-à-vis its American counterpart, the cost of doing business in Canada will begin to appear too high to an increasing array of potential customers abroad.
"Will nationalizing Bolivia’s energy sector have a pay off for the poor?"