Crafting Canada’s Techno-Diplomatic Strategy

Branka Marijan Analysis and Commentary, Emerging Technologies, Featured

Canada is in dire need of a solid diplomatic strategy that responds to the growing nexus between emerging technologies and national security. Newly-appointed foreign minister Mélanie Joly would do well to prioritize the development of robust and forward-looking policies to tackle tech-related security concerns, as is increasingly the case in the foreign ministries of a number of countries—including key Canadian allies as well as would-be adversaries.

Canada’s efforts on responsible AI must include ban on autonomous weapons

Branka Marijan Analysis and Commentary, Emerging Technologies, Featured, News

During a week of virtual sessions hosted in September at the Geneva offices of the United Nations Convention on Certain Conventional Weapons, Canada remained silent. Not once in the last year has Canada’s Minister of Foreign Affairs focused on autonomous weapons when explaining Canada’s foreign policy priorities.

Tracing Canada’s military exports: Analyzing the 2017 report

Paul Esau Conventional Weapons, Featured, Reports

The release of Global Affair Canada’s (GAC) Report on the Export of Military Goods from Canada—2017 provided the most authoritative and comprehensive account of Canadian military exports on record.