L’ordonnance rendue par la Cour internationale de Justice (CIJ) dans l’affaire qui oppose l’Iran aux États-Unis d’Amérique n’est qu’un nouvel épisode de la saga conflictuelle, aux multiples facettes, entre ces deux États. L’Iran et les États-Unis d’Amérique, ennemis jurés depuis …EN SAVOIR PLUS
Ten years ago, on 3 October 2008, President George W. Bush signed the “Troubled Assets Relief Program” (TARP), promising $700 billion to support banks and companies hit by the global financial crisis. As Congress passed this historic bill, it seemed …EN SAVOIR PLUS
A key goal for Canada is to be BACK as a credible development partner. A significant driver is the ambition of taking a UN Security Council (SC) seat in 2020. Recent signals, however, suggest some uncertainty about Canada winning …EN SAVOIR PLUS
This blog continues from Part 1, The Way of the Future.
A solid agenda exists of desirable institutional changes in Global Affairs Canada (GAC, and other public entities) over the next few years. We need to start building new …EN SAVOIR PLUS
Of late, many commentators, from humble bloggers to the more august Toronto Star and Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), have lamented Canada’s relative lack of generosity in foreign aid and called on the Canadian government to increase the …EN SAVOIR PLUS
By Marie-Eve Desrosiers and Srdjan Vucetic
“Ethnic conflict” elicits no shortage of strong scholarly opinion and debate. But what exactly is the causal relationship between ethnicity and violence? And what does “causal” mean in this context anyway? Since ethnic conflict …EN SAVOIR PLUS
Par Pacifique Manirakiza
Le mois de septembre 2018 a enregistré deux événements importants, qui sont passés presque inaperçus, en dépit de leur potentielle signification politique et juridique sur le plan de la justice pénale internationale, plus particulièrement leur impact sur …EN SAVOIR PLUS
Since the court decision of August 30th that put the Trans Mountain pipeline on hold —and the cat decidedly among the pigeons — Canada’s energy/climate politics has been strangely quiet. Trans Mountain was the last of a batch of …EN SAVOIR PLUS
Ten years ago, as the global economy slipped ever closer to a total meltdown, regulators were slow to recognize the severity of the problem because they were looking in the wrong direction.
Transcripts from the US Federal Reserve’s policymaking committee …EN SAVOIR PLUS
by Hunter McGill and Stephen Brown
Every five years or so, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) conducts a “peer review” of the countries that belong to its Development Assistance Committee (DAC). This year was Canada’s turn and …EN SAVOIR PLUS
By John Packer
Director of the Human Rights Research and Education Centre at the University of Ottawa and Neuberger-Jesin Professor of International Conflict Resolution
Finally, the United Nations Independent International Fact-Finding Mission on Myanmar has stated the obvious: the Rohingya …EN SAVOIR PLUS
Last summer, the government of Canada launched its “feminist international assistance policy,” a radical rebranding to a “truly feminist approach that supports the economic, political and social empowerment of women and girls, and makes gender equality a priority, …EN SAVOIR PLUS
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