Simon Dalby examines the recent rise of populism and the dangers it poses for the international system, in particular the coordinating climate change policies.
The discussion of the Anthropocene makes it clear that contemporary social thought can no longer take nature, or an external ‘environment’, for granted in political discussion.
An anthology of briefing notes prepared by the BSIA master’s and doctoral students for officials at Global Affairs Canada on Canadian foreign policy in a changing world.
MAGG student Rebecca Bell writes about her experience as an intern with UN-Habitat in Nairobi, Kenya.
MAGG student Carly Hayes' third and final blog about her experiences as an intern with two organizations.
Dispatches from the field: Going Against the Current: Why Canada's Trade Strategy Provides Reasons to be Optimistic
MAGG student Jacob Hayes' third and final blog from Toronto.
MAGG student Tatiana Wugalter's third and final blog from South Africa.
This book provides an introduction to AIDS - tackling the science, politics, demographics, and devastating consequences of the disease.
Advanced Introduction to Social Policy offers a concise overview of the field that takes newer realities into account, without rejecting the insights found in the traditional social policy canon.
Dispatches from the field: Reconsidering the Remote Internship: Working with QUNO and an Amazing Geneva Experience
In her second blog, MAGG student Carly Hayes writes about her experience during her second internship with the Quaker United Nations Organization in Switzerland.