In a piece for The Financial Times, CIGI Senior Fellow Gregory Chin argues that "there are other clear alternatives" to automatically selecting an American as the next head of the World Bank.
In a piece for Huffington Post Canada, CIGI Distinguished Fellow Andrew Cooper looks at why Youssou N'Dour would have been a suitable candidate for Senegal's presidency.
In a piece picked up by The Globe and Mail's Global Exchange blog, CIGI Senior Fellow Gregory Chin argues that an agreement between China and Canada "will help to create the 'stable' investment climate that Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao was calling for, at the start of Mr. Harper’s visit."
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."
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 of Global System Thomas Homer-Dixon writes on "Our peak oil premium." He argues that we're much closer to an oil peak than most people acknowledge.
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."
In an op-ed to The New Age, CIGI Chair in Global Migration and Development Jonathan Crush looks at the rise of South Africa as a private health care destination.
CIGI Senior Visiting Fellow Simon Zadek asks: Can Davos 2012 offer real alternatives or will it serve up a smiling, gritted-teeth espousal that "business as usual" can and should be sustained?
In an op-ed to The Waterloo Region Record, CIGI Research Officer Michael Lawrence looks at how artists, like Daisy Rockwell, are contributing to discussions on global security.
In his latest to Huffington Post Canada, CIGI Distinguished Fellow Andrew Cooper looks at what some of the possible developments will be in the global economy for 2012.
In light of David Cameron’s veto on a Euro-surveillance treaty, CIGI Distinguished Fellow Andrew Cooper looks at how echoes of the past are shaping British policy during hard economic times. Are contemporary Conservatives in the UK a far departure from those of the 1930s?