Who Owns The Arctic Part 3: Who Makes the Rules?

Jun 26, 2014
In this Context interview, Rob Huebert, associate professor in Political Science at the University of Calgary, spoke on the jurisdictional questions surrounding the earth’s northern pole.

Who Owns The Arctic Part 2: Is Sustainable Development Possible?

Jun 26, 2014
In this Context interview, AKi Tonami, researcher at the Nordic Institute of Asian Studies, discussed the prospects for protecting the environment and creating sustainable development as more and more countries turn their attention to the North Pole.

Who Owns the Arctic? Part I

Jun 19, 2014
In this Context interview, an international panel of experts described why one of the world's coldest environments has become a hot topic.

Robert Asselin on the EPA’s proposal to cut carbon emissions (in French)

Jun 03, 2014
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) plan to cut carbon emissions by 30% by 2030 represents one of the most significant policy moves of the Obama administration, and the U.S. government, to date.

How Has Global Leadership Changed?

Apr 29, 2014
In this Context interview, Joe Clark, former Canadian Prime Minister, discussed the current state of global leadership and what he would have done differently based on what he’s learned since leaving office.

On Keystone, Harper has no one to blame but himself

Apr 28, 2014
"What Canada does next to show the world we’re serious about climate change will have a great impact on our capacity to export natural resources, and on our future economic success. President Obama didn’t owe us a free pass. He was right not to give us one," writes Public Policy Scholar Robert Asselin.

Who Can World Leaders Turn to For Advice?

Apr 28, 2014
In this Context interview, Joe Clark, former Canadian Prime Minister, spoke about the Global Leadership Foundation and its attempt to provide high-level service of former world leaders to nations in need.

When Thinking About Border Security, Should the U.S. Look North?

Apr 03, 2014
In this Context interview, an expert panel discussed the complexities in solving the problem of cross-border smuggling and increasing evidence linking the illicit tobacco network to terrorist funding, organized crime networks, and illegal movements of narcotics, weapons, and people.

Alternative North Americas

Mar 27, 2014
Since 9/11 and the Iraq war, relations between Canada and the United States have slowly deteriorated, forcing some to question the future of the world's largest bilateral trading relationship. David Jones, former U.S. foreign service officer, pulls no punches as he explores the growing differences between Canada and the United States.

David Jacobson New Co-Chair of Wilson Center Canada Institute Advisory Board

Mar 07, 2014
David Jacobson, former U.S. Ambassador to Canada, is the new U.S. co-chair of the Wilson Center's Canada Institute Advisory Board. He will join Canadian co-chair Hugh MacKinnon, chairman and chief executive officer at the law firm Bennett Jones. Together, Jacobson and MacKinnon will lead the Canada Institute’s long-term strategic direction and fundraising.