Diplomacy and Global Governance


2017 Papers

POLICY UPDATE: 40 Years of ASEAN-Canada Partnership, and a Strategic Agenda for Tomorrow
by Venilla Rajaguru

POLICY PAPER: A Canadian Primer to the G20 Summit in Hamburg, Germany, July 7-8, 2017
by Colin Robertson

POLICY UPDATE: A NAFTA Primer for Canadians
by Colin Robertson

POLICY UPDATE: A Primer to the Trump-Trudeau Meeting
by Colin Robertson

POLICY PAPER: A World Larger Than Trump’s: China’s
by Ferry de Kerckhove

POLICY PAPER: After the TPP: What’s Next for Canada in Asia?
by Hugh Stephens

POLICY PAPER: Brexit and the Shifting Pillars of NATO
by JulianLindley-French

America First: The Global Trump at Six Months
by Colin Robertson

POLICY UPDATE: Canada and Mediation: Issues and Considerations
by Peter Jones

POLICY UPDATE: Canada-US relations on the eve of Prime Minister Trudeau’s visit to Washington
by Ferry de Kerckhove

POLICY UPDATE: Domestic Income Fairness and Strategic Global Security...now one and the same?
by Hugh Segal

POLICY UPDATE: It won’t come easy: Seven obstacles to a science diplomacy renaissance
by Daryl Copeland

POLICY UPDATE: Japan: Eternal Geography, Varied Responses
by Mathew Preston

POLICY UPDATE: Managing Trump: The Canadian Response
by Colin Robertson

POLICY UPDATE: NAFTA Renegotiations: Fish or Cut Bait
by Colin Robertson

POLICY UPDATE: NATO If Necessary, But Not Necessarily NATO: Critically Evaluating Canada’s Membership in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization
by Ariel Shapiro

POLICY UPDATE: North Korea: A New Great Game
by Marius Grinius

POLICY PAPER: Remaking NAFTA: Its Origin, Impact and Future
by Eric Miller

POLICY PAPER: The Border/Perimeter Security Agenda in the Age of Trump: A Coping Strategy for Canada
by Brian Bow

POLICY UPDATE:The Neglected Crisis: Myanmar’s Rohingya
by Sarah Goldfeder

POLICY UPDATE: The North American Process: Intent, Reality and the Future of the North American Free Trade Agreement
by Francisco Suárez Dávila

POLICY UPDATE: The Path Narrows for Britain’s Exit Strategy
by Denis Clark

POLICY PAPER: What Should Canada’s Aims be in Any Renegotiation of NAFTA? (Win)
by Sarah Goldfeder

 

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Training foreign troops will be the ‘flagship’ of Canada's new UN peace strategy, top soldier says
by Bruce Campion-Smith (feat. Dave Perry), Toronto Star, November 16, 2017

Trudeau’s peacekeeping announcement is ‘missed opportunity’: expert
by Levon Sevunts (feat. Jocelyn Coulon), Radio-Canada, November 16, 2017

Canada, Mexico forming alliance against U.S. protectionist approach to NAFTA
by Adrian Morrow (feat. John Weekes), The Globe and Mail, November 16, 2017

Casques bleus : Même un petit nombre de femmes améliore le succès des missions
by Jean-Pierre Dube (feat. Stéfanie von Hlatky), Franco Presse, November 16, 2017

 

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