CIGI Senior Visiting Fellow Manmohan Agarwal offers insight on 'sport diplomacy', as a major cricket match between India and Pakistan gets underway.
Maclean's editor at large Peter Shawn Taylor comments on CIGI's "notable showing" in The University of Pennsylvania’s Think Tanks and Civil Society Program's ranking of leading policy organizations.
CIGI Distinguished Fellow Paul Heinbecker comments on Canada's lost UN security council seat, in light of the international intervention in Libya.
CIGI Distinguished Fellows Andrew Cooper and Jorge Heine are two editors of the Oxford Handbook on Modern Diplomacy, a project with the Balsillie School of International Affairs and the International Development Research Centre (IDRC).
CIGI Senior Fellow Trevor Findlay provides insight on the global 'nuclear renaissance' in light of the situation in Japan.
As part of CBC's The National's Turning Point panel, CIGI Senior Fellow Bessma Momani discusses the goals and limitations of the coalition mission in Libya, along with the possible dynamics of a post-Gadhafi Libya. Joining Dr. Momani in this discussion are Ashraf Hegazy, executive director of the Harvard Dubai Initiative, Roland Paris, international security expert at the University of Ottawa, and Janice Stein, director of the Munk School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto.
CIGI Distinguished Fellow Paul Heinbecker joins Cross Country Checkup host Rex Murphy, and guests Abdalla Ruken, advisor to the Libyan National Council, and Retired Major-General Lewis Mackenzie for a discussion on the latest developments in Libya. Mr. Heinbecker outlines the goal of the Libyan mission, and why was it taken up so late.
Japan’s struggle to contain radioactive leaks from its damaged Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant may cause other countries to pause before ramping up their own nuclear-power programs, an international expert on nuclear energy from CIGI predicts.
Hours after the United Nations Security Council voted to impose a no fly zone over Libya, the country's Foreign Minister Moussa Koussa has announced an immediate ceasefire to "take the country back to safety." CIGI Distinguished Fellow Paul Heinbecker, former Canadian ambassador to the United Nations, discusses possible next steps for Libya and the international community.
Metro Morning's Matt Galloway spoke about the situation in Libya with CIGI Distinguished Fellow Paul Heinbecker.
As reactors age and reach the end of their lifespan, can nuclear power be salvaged, or will it die a gradual death to be replaced by energy sources that inspire more public confidence? CIGI Senior Fellow Trevor Findlay gives insight on the future of nuclear energy in light of Japan's current crisis.
With Canada's decision to join the enforcement of a no-fly zone in Libya a hot topic for discussion, CIGI Distinguished Fellow Paul Heinbecker joins the Mackenzie Institute's John Thompson in commenting on the latest developments and possible next steps for the international community.