Five Questions with a NPSIA Professor: Dr. David Carment

David Carment’s appreciation of international politics began when he was just 5 years old when he and his family moved to India where his father was conducting research for the Shastri Indo Canadian Institute. Subsequent returns to South Asia saw his family drive from...

Event: EURUS Russia-Islam Conference

Carleton’s Institute of European, Russian and Eurasian Studies (EURUS) is hosting a conference titled Muslims in Russia, the CIS, and Canada: Cohabitation and Cooperation. This one day conference will explore the patterns of Muslim and non-Muslim relations in Canada...

Student Life: Beyond Coursework

by Fred Ninh As graduate students, I think most of us often lose sight of the fact that being in school isn’t just about hitting the books. Of course completing academic coursework is a critical part of being a student, but I think it’s only one aspect of the overall...