David Welch offers insight on the international community's response to the situation in Syria.
Paul Heinbecker is the guest speaker at the Georgian Triangle Lifelong Learning Institute Founders' Lecture. He will present a positive view of Canada, a disappointed view of Canada's current diplomacy, and a prescription for what to do about it.
Despite the ouster of its defiant former president nearly two weeks ago, peace remains elusive in Ivory Coast as fighting between rival forces continues to break out across the long-divided nation. Thomas Tieku comments on the situation in the West African country.
In cataloguing the many benefits of being the home base for Research In Motion, the Waterloo Region Record praises organizations such as CIGI for pushing intellectual frontiers and adding to the community’s knowledge base.
In a story on the "Arab Spring," Bessma Momani comments on the West's often disregard for the rapid progress witnessed in the Middle East.
From the history of the Bretton Woods venue to the make up and viewpoints of the 2011 delegates, The Telegraph's US Business Editor Richard Blackden chronicles the Crisis and Renewal Conference.
Distinguished Fellow John Curtis comments on Canada's business engagement in Latin America.
On the weekend, some of the world’s top economists gathered in Bretton Woods at a conference organized by the Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET) and CIGI.
CIGI Distinguished Fellow Paul Jenkins provides recommendations for the global economy and G20, through the CIGI-Chatham House report: Preventing Crises and Promoting Economic Growth: A Framework for International Policy Cooperation.
The way that nations design their economic policies is woefully inadequate to prevent financial and economic crises, says a report jointly published by Chatham House and CIGI.
Exchange Magazine reports on the appointments of David B. Dewitt as vice president of programs, and J. Fred Kuntz as vice president of public affairs at CIGI.