The Iraqi Civil War has triggered a wave of humanitarian crises since its beginning in 2014. Iraqi families have fled their homes, causing a global refugee crisis and...Read More
The global energy market is undergoing a rapid transformation in favour of unconventionally-sourced oil and renewables. With this transformation comes a change in...Read More
Speak Loudly And Carry A Bigger Stick: The Implications of Trump’s Escalation of the Syrian Conflict.
President Trump’s missile strike on a Syrian military base in Homs Province to punish the Assad regime for its latest criminal chemical weapons attack is a game-changer...Read More
Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad’s Alawite regime would not have survived the Sunni revolt that erupted in 2011 without Iran’s commitment of Revolutionary Guards and...Read More
Saudi Arabian King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud flew to Beijing last Thursday, March 16th, to deepen economic ties between the two powers. As Riyadh struggles to keep...Read More
MIR is pleased to present the latest video in our semester-long video series, Multiculturalism in the Age of Trump: McGill political science and international...Read More
As any reader familiar with apocalyptic fiction would know, crimes against humanity are the norm in war. In the books and movies that define the genre, hospitals are...Read More