Farah Afzal has most recently studied the visual representation of gender and its effects on the construction/deconstruction of gender discourses and identities among societies.
Carleigh is researching the patterns of intelligence sharing between countries in a historical context. This includes trying to discern broader intelligence sharing policy and patterns.
Julie Clark is in the PhD Global Governance program at the Balsillie School of International Affairs through Wilfrid Laurier University.
Julie completed a Master’s degree in History with a focus […]
Aaron's research examines the political economy of China's Belt and Road Initiative in the Caribbean with specific reference to extractive industry development in the aluminum and oil sectors of Jamaica and Guyana, respectively.
Seyed Ali Hosseini is examining the failure of international peacebuilding in assisting Afghanistan in institutionalization of a culture of peace and strengthening of public trust in governance.
Abbas is interested in exploring the contributory role of governmental, multilateral, formal and informal organizations in promoting effective health governance and delivering health initiatives.