Episode 32, Part II - Returning Foreign Fighters: Issue, Context and Policy Approaches

January 11, 2018

Guest: Dr. Amarnath Amarasingam, Post-Doctoral Fellow and Lecturer at the University of Waterloo

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The Year Ahead 2018 Panel Discussion: Managing the Canada-U.S. relationship

December 19, 2017

Panelists: Jim Fergusson (University of Manitoba), and Christopher Sands (Johns Hopkins University)

About:  A year after the election of President Trump, it is now time to take stock of the Canada-US relationship. May 2018 marks 60 years of NORAD and potentially big changes to NORAD’s command and control framework not to mention the negotiations to finance an upgrade of the North Warning System (NWS). As well, the borders are beginning to harden – joint border projects are stagnating and neither state is equipped to deal with the (re)emerging threat of cruise missiles.

This panel was recorded at the Year Ahead: An International Security, Intelligence, and Defence Outlook for 2018. This is the annual flagship conference organized by the Centre for Security, Intelligence and Defence Studies at Carleton University.

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The Year Ahead 2018 Panel Discussion: Missions, Missions and more Missions?

December 19, 2017

Panelists: BGen David Anderson (Canadian Armed Forces), Monica Toft (Tufts University) and Steve Saideman (Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, Carleton University)

About: This panel presents the challenges for Canada’s ongoing missions and new missions, especially to Africa under a UN umbrella.

This panel was recorded at the Year Ahead: An International Security, Intelligence, and Defence Outlook for 2018. This is the annual flagship conference organized by the Centre for Security, Intelligence and Defence Studies at Carleton University.

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The Year Ahead 2018 Panel Discussion: Hot Spots of the World and the Impact on Canada

December 19, 2017

Panelists: Ankit Panda (The Diplomat), Barak Barfi (The Washington Institute) and Milana Nikolko (Institute of European, Russian and Eurasian Studies, Carleton University)

About: This panel examines the immediate threats for Canada and its allies in 2018. All of these issues have a concomitant defence role whether it is the coalition efforts in the Middle East or Canada’s support to the US pivot to Asia or NATO operations in the Eastern Europe to demonstrate support for Western allies.

This panel was recorded at the Year Ahead: An International Security, Intelligence, and Defence Outlook for 2018. This is the annual flagship conference organized by the Centre for Security, Intelligence and Defence Studies at Carleton University.

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The Year Ahead 2018 Roundtable: An International Security, Intelligence, and Defence Outlook

December 14, 2017

Policy Talks staff Bridget Healy, Somran Roy and Mark Haichin discuss highlights of the The Year Ahead 2018 conference hosted by the Centre for Security, Intelligence and and Defence Studies at Carleton University. 

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Episode 31: Climate Change and Arctic Sovereignty - Background, Challenges and Future Cooperation

December 6, 2017

Guest: Victoria Hermann, President and Managing Director of the Arctic Institute

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Episode 30 - The Rohingya Refugee Crisis: A View from the Ground

November 19, 2017

Guest: Usama Khan, the Director of Finance and the Deputy CEO of Islamic Relief Canada

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Episode 29 - The Story Behind the Kurdish Independence Movement

November 5, 2017

Guest: Bessma Momani, Senior fellow at the Centre for International Governance Innovation and Professor at the Balsillie School of International Affairs and the University of Waterloo

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Episode 28 - Data and Trends in International Development

October 22, 2017

Guest: Aniket Bhushan Lead Analyst and Principal Investigator, Canadian International Development Platform

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