Click link to read Professor K. Pelc's editorial for the Washington Post
Why the deal to pay Brazil $300 million just to keep U.S. cotton subsidies is bad for the WTO, poor countries, and U.S. taxpayers
Speaker Series Presentation Video
We are posting recordings of our CIPSS Speaker Series presentations on YouTube! Click the link below to view the latest:
Joe Clark – Agir de concert: Le Canada dans un monde en mouvement (In French)
The McGill – Université de Montreal Centre for International Peace and Security Studies (CIPSS) seeks to foster cutting-edge research, quality graduate training and extensive teaching on issues relating to world peace and security.
CIPSS contributes to the development of scientific knowledge in the field of peace and international security. As a proudly bilingual research center, the Centre makes its members’ expertise available to the government, specialized agencies, and the general public.
Formerly known as the Research Group in International Security (REGIS), a joint programme in security studies between Université de Montréal and McGill University, the Centre was founded by T.V. Paul (McGill) and Michel Fortmann (UdeM) in 1996.