Zak Rose - Dec 09, 13
The Geopoliticalmonitor's Zak Rose examines whether a decision is coming on the controversial Keystone XL pipeline project.
Zachary Fillingham - Aug 28, 13
A round-up of some of the latest developments in the Arctic region.
Zachary Fillingham - May 27, 13
The Geopoliticalmonitor's Zachary Fillingham argues that Canada can learn a lot from Taiwan's successful waste reduction and recycling programs.
Zachary Fillingham, Nancy Goucher - Jan 07, 13
In this exclusive interview with the Geopoliticalmonitor, FLOW Program Manager Nancy Goucher provides an overview of the pressing water issues facing Canada and the wider world, such as aquifer depletion, farming pressures, mass migration, and climate change.
Anis Bajrektarevic - Oct 18, 12
Anis Bajrektarevic argues that China is at a turning point, one that will influence the future of Asian defense policy for decades to come.
Zachary Fillingham - Oct 15, 12
The Geopoliticalmonitor’s Zachary Fillingham examines why youth unemployment isn’t going away anytime soon, and what this means for the future of global politics.
Joshua McEvoy - Sep 10, 12
The Geopoliticalmonitor’s Joshua McEvoy makes the case for US-Canadian cooperation on Arctic policy and the Northwest Passage.
Ishak Mia - Sep 07, 12
River erosion along the border often triggers violent conflicts between India and Bangladesh. These two countries share an international border of about 4098 km, 180km of which runs through the middle of shared rivers. When these rivers erode their banks on one side, sediments are deposited slowly onto the other, causing new land to build up. Both countries will then engage in military action in order to take over the new land.
Marten Lindberg - Mar 01, 12
It has been an exciting New Year for High North policy in the Scandinavian countries. In the annual Foreign Policy Declaration last Tuesday, Sweden’s Foreign Minister Carl Bildt reiterated the government’s intent to push its new Arctic Strategy as one of its core foreign policies.
ISN - Dec 11, 11
Climate change is prompting a rethink regarding the geopolitical significance of the Arctic. Yet while ‘classical’ approaches to geopolitics cast the region as the site of a new Great Game, critical geopolitics suggests exercising caution.