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The Canadian Global Affairs Institute was created to address the ongoing discrepancy between what Canadians need to know about Canadian international activities and what they do know. Historically, Canadians tend to think of foreign policy – if they think of it at all – as a matter of trade and markets. They are largely unaware, however, of the importance of Canada engaging internationally in the ongoing struggle to maintain a world that is friendly to the free flow of goods, services, people and ideas across borders and the promotion of human rights. Canadians are largely unaware of the connection between a prosperous and free Canada and a world of globalization and liberal internationalism. When the world economy is constrained for whatever reason, Canada feels the pinch. It is, therefore, important for Canada to strive for a world that is safe, politically stable and prosperous.

The Canadian Global Affairs Institute believes that Canada is a nation with significant international potential. The world is changing quickly and not necessarily for the better; therefore, new thinking is required to face new challenges. The Canadian Global Affairs Institute is an independent organization drawing on the best talent from both academia and the “real” world to provide rigorous analysis of, and workable ideas for, Canada’s international involvement. 

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Is the US creating an Indo-Pacific version of NATO to deter China?

by Derrick A Paulo (feat. Stephen Nagy), CNA Insider, May 15, 2022

Renvoyer le gouverneur de la Banque (Fire the Bank’s Governor?)

par/by Marc-Andre Masson (feat. Jean-Christophe Boucher), Radio-Canada, May 12, 2022

Why Is Politics Getting Nastier?

by Stephen Maher (feat. Heidi Tworek), The Walrus, May 12, 2022

Russia to celebrate Victory Day without a victory in Ukraine

by Saša Petricic (feat. D. Michael Day), CBC News, May 8, 2022

Patrick Brown’s campaign champions minorities

by Sabah Ahmed (feat. Andrew Griffith), Toronto Star, May 6, 2022

What happened to peace negotiations between Ukraine and Russia

by Robyn Bresnahan (feat. Andrew Rasiulis), Ottawa Morning, May 6, 2022

Mapping out Korea’s diplomacy through Canada

by Choi He-suk (feat. Colin Robertson), The Korea Herald, May 5, 2022

Enhanced trust key outcome of Japanese PM's Vietnam visit

by Viet Anh (feat. Stephen Nagy), VN Express, May 4, 2022


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