Book Review Toronto, Ontario–In today’s global geopolitical disorder, Iran is largely seen as a country that is bent on challenging the West and as an actor with its own hegemonic regional designs.
On Thursday, June 23, British voters opted to walk out on the European Union (EU). The victory of Leave camp jolted international markets and the established political order throughout Europe.
Economically, geopolitically, and socially, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is at a precipice. With a failed foreign policy and an unclear economic outlook, the house of Saud cannot stand with firmness and cannot fall without total destruction.
Stephen J. Toope is Director of the Munk School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto
Minister Falah Mustafa Bakir has been Head of Department of Foreign Relations at the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) since 2006.
Ambassador Seyed Hossein Mousavian is a Research Scholar at the Program on Science and Global Security at Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs.
By Etienne Murgues Concepts & Thoughts Toronto, Ontario—The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is a regional Free Trade Agreement (FTA) introduced as the biggest multilateral trade agreement ever reached.
In the post-Harper Canada, the country has an opportunity to once again exert its long-sought influence in various aspects of international affairs and put on display Canada’s soft power. Iran is one such area where Canada can show leadership and make a difference.
An Arab Dawn Arab Youth and the Demographic Dividend They Will Bring Indigo Amazon Book Review Toronto, Ontario–We are surely inundated with the daily flow of news from the Arab world. And the news is crystalized around sectarian conflict, collapsing political orders, hard-to-break economic stagnation, cultural polarization, and geopolitical rivalries.