Even though I was reading repeated warnings about the potential scale of Russian aggression, I was inclined to agree with President Joe Biden that it seemed more likely to be a “minor incursion.”
Canada has put itself in a position where it does not have an international strategy through which to navigate this changed, more uncertain world. There is no clear definition of Canada’s national interests.
The passage of a 2016 UN security council resolution that blasted Israel for building settlements was “shameful” and a dark diplomatic chapter between Israel and the U.S., according to Israel’s former UN ambassador in an interview with The Hub.
The narrative at the core of Canada’s policy toward Cuba is more like a myth than a view rooted in fact, and it has been weaponized for decades to justify an inert approach to abuses perpetrated by the Cuban regime.
The alliances between Cuba, China, and Russia facilitate digital authoritarianism, the global expansion of authoritarian norms, disinformation, and impunity for atrocity crimes and human rights abuses.
As a human rights leader on the world stage, Canada can and should take the lead in standing up for human rights and democracy in Cuba.
How should America respond to Russia and China? Foreign policy expert Ali Wyne explains why geopolitics is about to get much messier
Author and foreign policy expert Ali Wyne joins Hub Dialogues to discuss his latest book on great-power competition, America’s unique competitive advantages, and why Russia and China are in a deeper bind than is often conveyed.
As a growing number of countries put forth their own Indo-Pacific strategy, the common refrain is where is Canada? How will it distinguish itself from the U.S. and be sustainable?
‘An increasingly intense rivalry’: Foreign policy expert Aaron Friedberg on why decoupling from China is a costly but necessary decision
Princeton professor Aaron Friedberg joins Hub Dialogues to discuss why integration with China did not lead to its liberalization, the rising importance of economic blocs in geopolitics, and why arrogance may be China’s fatal flaw.
‘There’s no easy answer’: Professor Thomas Juneau on the Middle East and managing Canada’s foreign policy priorities
This episode of Hub Dialogues features host Sean Speer in conversation with University of Ottawa professor Thomas Juneau to discuss Canada’s lack of clear foreign policy priorities, Canada’s changing role in the Middle East, and the shifting realities of the region.