AIMS Senior Fellow in Security and Defence Robert Murray argues that states like Syria, Russia, and Iran challenge President Obama's conception of international cooperation.
AIMS Senior Fellow in Security and Defence Robert Murray analyzes the Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird's comments about separating from Canada's history as a middle-power and argues that there is "safety and opportunity in the middle: logic tells us we should not stray too far from it."
AIMS Senior Fellow of Security and Defense Studies Robert Murray discusses the conflict between Ukraine and Russia, arguing that Canada should be at the forefront of diplomatic efforts to bring the parties to a table immediately.
AIMS Senior Fellow in Security and Defense Studies Robert Murray discusses the implications of the Olympic Committee's support of authoritarian regimes and argues that these countries are using the Olympics to mask their issues.
AIMS Senior Fellow in Security and Defense Studies Robert Murray asserts that President Obama's tenure has contributed to a decline in American hegemony and argues that global developments will pressure the United States to readjust their approach to foreign policy.