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MIGS media coverage - July 2016

Posted on July 29, 2016

July 25, 2016

Kyle Matthews spoke to CJAD 800 Montreal about the climate in Germany after the recent attacks.

July 20, 2016

Marie Lamensch spoke to Deutsche Welle about the possible sending of UN police to observe the situation in Burundi.

Kyle Matthews spoke to CTV Montreal about MIGS’ upcoming Professional Training Program on Countering Violent Extremism.

July 15, 2016

Marie Lamensch was interviewed by BT Montreal on the attacks in Nice and why France seems to be a prime target.

MIGS’ Non-Resident Fellow Michael Petrou published an article on iPolitics.ca titled “Assad’s Last Laugh.”

July 13, 2016

MIGS’ Non-Resident Fellow Michael Petrou spoke to the Honourable Irwin Cotler, who said “Canada has ‘defaulted’ on its responsibility to protect Syrian civilians,” in an article special to the National Post.

July 7, 2016

MIGS’ Non-Resident Fellow Michael Petrou published an article on iPolitics.ca titled “Trudeau rattles a sabre at Russia.”

July 6, 2016

Marie Lamensch was quoted by the Montreal Gazette in an article titled “ISIL defectors speak out to counter recruiting drive.”

June 30, 2016

Marie Lamensch published an op-ed on OpenCanada.org titled “Why We Fight: How female combatants factor into Kurdish state-building.” This article was also featured in The Epoch Times.

Kyle Matthews published an op-ed for La Presse titled “Attentat en Turquie: Créer des monstres,” discussing how Ankara’s policy choices have contributed to Turkey’s destabilization.

Kyle Matthews published an op-ed on OpenCanada.org titled “Can we link the Istanbul attack to blowback?”

MIGS Non-Resident Fellow Michael Petrou wrote and narrated a video with OpenCanada.org titled “Kurdistan Explained,” covering the history of the Middle Eastern ethnic group, its state-building efforts and the conflicts surrounding it.

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