The October 2016 edition of Inside Policy focuses on foreign policy
OTTAWA, Oct. 14, 2016 – The Cold War is long over, but there’s still plenty for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization to do. That’s the message from MLI Munk Senior Fellow Shuvaloy Majumdar and his co-author, documentary filmmaker Marcus Kolga, in the cover story for the October 2016 edition of Inside Policy. This issue focuses on foreign policy.
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It is a different world from the Soviet era, but Russian President Vladimir Putin seems intent on re-establishing his nation’s former glory, and destabilizing his rivals in the process. Majumdar and Kolga write that Canada has a leadership role to play as NATO faces challenges in the Ukraine, the Baltics and Arctic, along the alliance’s southern flank in Syria, and even in cyber space.
This issue of Inside Policy features a variety of articles on the changing global scene. Here is the complete table of contents:
- Barack Obama and the blinkers of idealism in foreign policy, Stanley H. Hartt
- The winter of discontent for women in the Middle East and North Africa, Raheel Raza
- How NATO must adapt in a changing world, Shuvaloy Majumdar and Marcus Kolga
- Border security issues with US are piling up for Canada, Scott Newark
- The Supreme Court changes gears on the justice highway, Geoffrey Cowper
- Good intentions won’t help access to medicines, Richard Owens and Sean Speer
- “Social licence”: the rule of law transgressed, Paul Cassidy, Monika Sawicka and Leah Whitworth
- Ottawa’s innovation agenda requires a robust broadband strategy, Paul Beaudry and Sean Speer
- Why we should worry about Trump-Clinton trade bashing, Naomi Lakritz
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