CANADA-RUSSIA RESEARCH INITIATIVE
By Taran Rai, CRRI Intern Permafrost occupies over 65% of Russia’s territory and requires sub-zero temperatures to maintain its solid state. However, accelerating climate change
Mitch Riding, the CRRI Intern The Canadian Foreign Minister, Francois-Philippe Champagne, has come out strongly in denouncing the authorities of Belarus and Russia for the
Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya, the Belarusian opposition leader that recently escaped to Lithuania, calls for Canada to assist with the crisis in Belarus as well as impose
Rising temperatures put the global north at higher risk of forest fires, including the much more dangerous peat fires Contrary to popular belief, the Siberian
The Filipino Edition radio show: RUSSIA TESTS NATO and US IN UKRAINE
ICCEES 10th World Congress: Session 7.6: Canada-Russia Relations: Media, Paradiplomacy and the Balance of Power (Roundtable)
By Erik Henningsmoen, member of the Canadian International Council’s Young Professionals Network Erik Henningsmoen attended PICREADI’s Meeting Russia program in 2018 and observed the program proceedings in 2022 as an alumni observer. The opinions expressed within his notes, observations and
By Maria Solyanova, Ph.D. in Political Science, Research Fellow at the Primakov National Research Institute of World Economy and International Relations of the Russian Academy of Sciences A crisis always opens up opportunities for evolution and transformation. The pandemic of
Abstract With a focus on the strategic competition between the United States and Russia, this paper explores the prospects for the future of arms control under an intensifying nuclear security dilemma. The end of stability-enhancing agreements such as the INF
Abstract In 2019, Canada and Russia went through election campaigns in their respective countries. While Canada voted at the federal level, Russia held regional and municipal elections, and therefore the scale and outcome of these two campaigns cannot be compared
Russia’s Arifmetika Financial Solutions, which provides small loans to individuals, plans to start trading in Canada in early 2022 and aims to raise about $100 million in the next 12-18 months, the head of its parent company OR Group said.
By Mark Mackinnon (The Globe and Mail), Dec. 5, 2021
Canada, the United States and Britain should jointly and swiftly provide military support to Ukraine in its standoff with Russia, Ukraine’s Defence Minister says, warning that steps to deter Russian President Vladimir Putin from invading were necessary now because “it will be too late after.”
By Christopher Nardi (National Post), Dec. 2, 2021
Joly promised that Canada would work with ‘like-minded’ countries to apply ‘diplomatic’ and ‘economic’ pressure as well as ‘all the means necessary’ to deter the ‘Russian threat’
By Neil Moss (Hill Times), Dec. 1, 2021
Kosovo is calling on Canada to not ignore its position in the Western Balkans as its president visited Ottawa to tell the federal government that it is the nation that is representing Canadian values in the region.
By Chris Brown (CBC News), Nov. 30, 2021
The base, which hosts soldiers from 13 NATO countries, is roughly 300 kilometres from the border with Russia and is considered a key part of the alliance’s eastern Europe defence.
By Ashley Burke (CBC News), Nov. 30, 2021
Visiting Canada for the first time since taking command of the continental defence organization last year, VanHerck gave officials in Ottawa what he called a “candid” risk assessment — one day after Russia said it had successfully tested another of its hypersonic cruise missiles.
By Eilis Quinn (Radio Canada International), Dec. 2, 2021
It was the first Senior Arctic Officials’ meeting held since Russia took over the forum’s two-year rotating chairmanship.