Anouk Dey

Anouk Dey

Deputy editor,
Anouk Dey is the deputy editor of and an Action Canada fellow. Anouk recently completed her M.Phil in International Relations at Oxford University, where she was a Donovan-Moody scholar and received an Oxford Blue (ski racing). Anouk is founder and president of Reclaim Childhood, a non-profit organization that seeks to expose Iraqi refugee girls to sport. Anouk holds a B.A. (Hons) in International Relations from Williams College.
Latest contributions by Anouk Dey

What Went Wrong in Canada?

The machinations of a minority government in Canada turned the mission in Afghanistan into a political football.

How Google Killed Gutenberg – and Explained the World

New methods of communication harken back to the pre-print world and are fundamentally altering the dynamics of international relations.

Questioning the Merits of Globalization

Not everyone buys into the notion that the world is increasingly integrated, or that such integration is a good thing.

The Arctic is Calling – But Not for More C-18s

How international relations can help us understand Canada’s most pressing problem.