2022 - 2023

Artificial Intelligence and New Threat Vectors: Using Scenario Planning for Trend Forecasting

Ann Fitz-Gerald, Dmytro Chumachenko, Halyna Padalko and Vijay Ganesh
As AI technology evolves rapidly, concerns over its potential threats and the necessity for regulatory mechanisms have become central to the global conversation.

Global Governance Implications for Responsible Investing in Canada: An Analysis of Public Service Pension Plans Investment Policies

Brandon Dickson
This paper will evaluate a number of public service pension plans from across Canada to understand how RI is incorporated into their investment policies. 

Proper Scoping of Data Science:
A Guide for Policy Makers

M. Tamer Özsu
Data science has emerged as a promising field to leverage the large volumes of data collected from multiple sources. This paper provides a systematic framing of the field to assist policy makers in developing proper initiatives.
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Strategic Procrastination: Canada’s Indo-Pacific Strategy

Randolph Mank
What is written on paper is of far less value than our actions and the tangible assets we bring to the global table. It often takes a crisis to generate real action.

How Electricity Can Break the Russian Gas Supply Stranglehold on the EU

Jatin Nathwani and Burak Guler
The Russia-Ukraine war raises the question: what should the EU do with its energy infrastructure and fossil-fuels? We argue against massive investments in additional natural gas infrastructure for increasing supply

Age of Disruption: How Ecological Breakdown Could Alter Globalization

Ryan Katz-Rosene and Andrew Heffernan
While debates about the true impact of globalization on the global environment continue, some scholars have come to ask about the inverse relationship: How might ecological breakdown influence globalization?
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