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NATÔ Canada!

NATÔ Canada!

By NATO Association of Canada
In this podcast, the NATO Association of Canada in partnership with the NATO Research Group out of the University of Toronto, explore issues related to security, prosperity and the international rules-based order. In each episode, a member of our team will interview either a practitioner, an expert or a government/multilateral official.
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Euro-Caspian Energy Security and Geoeconomics
The following interview, “Euro-Caspian Energy Security and Geoeconomics,” with Dr. Robert M. Cutler, Director of the NATO Association of Canada’s Energy Security Program, is an excerpt from episode 29 of The Red Line podcast “Who Controls the Caspian Sea’ released on November 1st, 2020. The Red Line, hosted by Michael Hilliard is a fortnightly deep dive podcast that interviews a panel of experts on one key story. The full audio of this podcast is available from the Red Line website at www.theredlinepodcast.com.
41:29
January 20, 2021
Law of Treaties in International Law and International Relations
In this podcast, Professor Malgosia Fitzmaurice, professor at the Department of Law at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL),  and our senior research fellow Janakan Muthukumar discuss various aspects of treaty law and how understanding it would help practitioners and policymakers to draft international agreements to preserve peace and security.
39:32
January 11, 2021
Géopolitique: les enjeux de la cybersécurité
Dans cet épisode, la cyber experte Karine Pontbriand, candidate au doctorat à l’Université New South Wales, nous informe des enjeux associés à la cybersécurité, de la politique nationale de cybersécurité, ainsi que le rôle de NATO dans les cyberguerres. 
35:59
December 17, 2020
The Cyber Realm of Canada's Foreign Policy
How does Canada approach cyber security and the challenges of cyber diplomacy? In this episode, a cyber expert from the University of Toronto's Citizen Lab,  Josh Gold, discusses how Canada is addressing the challenges of cyber security and governance. In it, he discusses the fact that Canada has typically approached the topic on an ad hoc basis, and discusses some of the ways that Canada and multinational institutions can better approach the topic and create a safe and fair playing field around the world. 
46:43
November 27, 2020
L'intelligence artificielle (IA) dans le domaine militaire et en sécurité internationale
Pour sa première édition en français, NATÔ Canada! reçoit Jean-François Gagné, professeur associé au département de science politique à l’Université de Montréal et chercheur au CÉRIUM. Spécialiste de la gouvernance de l’intelligence artificielle (IA) et de l’impact des technologies sur la démocratie, il vient parler avec nous de l’utilisation de l’IA dans le domaine militaire et en sécurité internationale.  For its first French episode, NATÔ Canada! welcomes Jean-François Gagné, associate professor at the Department of political science of the Université de Montréal and researcher at the CERIUM. Expert in artificial intelligence (AI) governance and the impact of new technologies on democracy, he came to speak with us about the use of AI in the military and in international security.
46:56
November 13, 2020
The Great Caspian Energy Game: New Dimensions
In this episode Dr. Robert Cutler, a Senior Research Fellow and Program Editor for the NATO Association of Canada's Energy Security Program, interviews Mariana Liakopoulou about her recent article about how the global commodity market and national energy policy developments have affected US and European willingness to continue pursuit of their geopolitical and economic interests in the Caspian-region and Central Asian Oil- and gas-producing sales. This is a shift from the 1990s and early 2000s, when important projects were commissioned. However, these shifts in US and the EU energy policies, combined with ongoing market developments, do not imply that those Caspian-region and Central Asian states are losing their geopolitical significance. For more from Dr. Cutler or Mariana, follow them on twitter at @RobertMCutler and @liakopoulouma94.
28:20
October 22, 2020