The BSIA will again hold a five-day International Law Summer Institute, in partnership with CIGI's International Law Research Program, from May 28-June 1, 2018.
Study co-authored by BSIA faculty member finds significant hike to carbon prices necessary to achieve emissions targets
A study released by the Laurier Centre for Economic Research co-authored by BSIA's Randall Wigle and Nicholas Rivers from the University of Ottawa, was cited in a recent article in The Globe and Mail.
Jim Blight and janet Lang's new book, "Dark Beyond Darkness", draws on historical facts and human foibles to drive home how dangerous our world was during the Cuban Missile Crisis, and still is today with volatile leaders in charge of 15,000 nuclear warheads.
Dispatch from the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime in Lao PDR: Kyle Taylor’s fourth blog from the field
MIPP student Kyle Taylor describes the impact of transnational organized crime on security and development.
Dispatch from the United Nations Development Programme in Indonesia: Emilie Turner’s third blog from the field
MAGG student Emilie Turner describes her role as “focal point” for the Leveraging Innovative Finance for Development conference.
The Balsillie School is requesting expressions of interest from BSIA associated faculty interested in assuming the role of Interim Director, commencing on September 1, 2018, until such time as a new Director is appointed (for a period not expected to exceed two years).
Dispatch from the United Nations Development Programme in Viet Nam: Trina Loken’s third blog from the field
MAGG student Trina Loken situates UNDP Viet Nam’s work within wider climate change negotiations.
The BSIA is pleased to congratulate PhD students Hari HC, Karolina Werner, and Diana Zacca Thomaz, who were each successful in the 2017 IDRC Doctoral Research Awards competition.
Dispatch from the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime in Lao PDR: Kyle Taylor’s third blog from the field
MIPP student Kyle Taylor discusses the impact of corruption on development in his third blog post.
Call for Presentations: Deconstructing the Ideological Complexity of Right-Wing Populism Across Borders
The BSIA and WICI seek presenters for a workshop analyzing the global phenomenon of right-wing populism.