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CGAI Fellows consistently appear across Canadian and international media outlets to discuss a wide variety of issues pertaining to their individual areas of expertise. Below is a list of the most recent media appearances by CGAI Fellows.

2019 Articles

China’s military ambitions could pressure Canada to increase naval deployments in Asia-Pacific, expert says by Jolson Lim (feat. Rob Huebert), The Hill Times, January 21, 2019

The China Challenge (1:24:00) by Katie Simpson (feat. Colin Robertson), Radio-Canada, January 18, 2019

Le monde est tellement (moins) violent by Alain Crevier (feat. Jocelyn Coulon), Radio-Canada, January 18, 2019

Vietnam gains bargaining power over China in conduct at sea talks by Ralph Jennings (feat. Stephen Nagy), VOA News, January 18, 2019

State of Global Affairs by Don Martin (feat. Colin Robertson), CTV’s Power Play, January 17, 2019

Fact check: Trudeau said China broke diplomatic immunity – but experts say it’s complicated by Jordan Press (feat. David Carment), The Canadian Press, January 17, 2019

Canadian frigate heading home after 6 month deployment by Levon Sevunts (feat. Rob Huebert), Radio-Canada International, January 16, 2019

In search of a Brexit compromise (27:00) by Katie Simpson (feat. Anthony Cary), CBC’s Power & Politics, January 16, 2019

In highly unusual trial, Rehab Dughmosh admits to attacking Scarborough Canadian Tire ‘for ISIS’ – but refuses to enter plea by Alyshah Hasham (feat. Michael Nesbitt), Toronto Star, January 16, 2019

World Fault Lines: Looking Back and Forward by Steve Paikin (feat. Matthew Fisher), TVO’s The Agenda, January 16, 2019

How Canada uses Indigenous Art to push a Liberal agenda abroad by Julian Brave Noisecat (feat. Sarah Smith), The Walrus, January 16, 2019

Business group wants National Shipbuilding Strategy reopened for Quebec shipyard by Murray Brewster (feat. Dave Perry), CBC News, January 16, 2019

Person of ‘national security concern’ was accidentally granted permanent residency by Catharine Tunney (feat. Kelly Sundberg), CBC News, January 16, 2019

Canadian government issues China travel advisory by Michelle Saunders (feat. Colin Robertson), Zoomer Radio, January 15, 2019

Canada faces Saudi Arabia and China on its own by Dave Lawler (feat. Ferry de Kerckhove), Axios, January 15, 2019

Bolsonaro loosens gun laws in murder-ridden Brazil by Maria Carolina Marcello (feat. Robert Muggah), Reuters, January 15, 2019

Saudi teen’s flight has implications for Saudi women left behind, analysts say by Mike Blanchfield (feat. Thomas Juneau), The Canadian Press, January 14, 2019

China sentences Canadian man to death on drugs charges in trial linked to Huawei row by Rozina Sabur (feat. Hugh Stephens), The Telegraph, January 14, 2019

Chinese court sentences Canadian drug suspect to death by Elizabeth Law (feat. Hugh Stephens), AFP, January 14, 2019

Trudeau notches a win as Canada accepts Saudi refugee by Eric Thomas (feat. Ferry de Kerckhove), AFP, January 14, 2019

Chinese students’ river of cash unlikely to dry up by Douglas Todd (feat. Andrew Griffith), Vancouver Sun, January 13, 2019

La jeune Saoudienne en sécurité au Canada? by Caroline Lacroix (feat. Ferry de Kerkchove), RDI Matin, January 13, 2019

Canadian politicians will court the ethnic vote, but will it benefit any one party? by Duncan McCue (feat. Andrew Griffith), CBC Radio, January 13, 2019

La venue de Rahaf Mohammed Al-Qunun au Canada pourrait créer un mouvement by N/A (feat. Ferry de Kerckhove), Radio-Canada, January 13, 2019

China’s grand railways: Is Singapore the vital link? by N/A (feat. Stephen Nagy), The Independent, January 12, 2019

Quel impact sur les relations avec Riyad? by Anne-Marie Dussault (feat. Ferry de Kerckhove), Radio-Canada 24/60, January 11, 2019

La jeune Saoudienne accueillie au Canada (30:00) by Patrice Roy (feat. Ferry de Kerckhove), Radio-Canada En Direct, January 11, 2019

Unilateral regulatory changes could be answer to Canada’s border problems by John Ivison (feat. Howard Anglin and Andrew House), National Post, January 10, 2019

TransCanada to drop ‘Canada’ from name as it focuses on U.S., Mexico by Shawn McCarthy (feat. Dennis McConaghy), The Globe and Mail, January 9, 2019

Midweek podcast: The politics of anger by Chris Hall (feat. Hugh Segal), CBC Radio The House, January 9, 2019

Killing Saudi arms export deal would ‘devastate’ London region, says Tory MP Vecchio by Neil Moss (feat. David Perry), The Hill Times, January 9, 2019

Four North Korean fishermen wash up in Japan, suggesting international sanctions have driven then to desperation by Julian Ryall (feat. Stephen Nagy), South China Morning Post, January 9, 2019

Is this the answer to Canada’s oil crisis? by Tsvetana Paraskova (feat. Kevin Birn), Oilprice.com, January 9, 2019

With NAFTA signed, Trump threatens another trade battle with Central America by Franco Ordonez (feat. Eric Miller), Miami Herald, January 9, 2019

Ottawa hosted confidential talks with North Korea on de-nuclearization by Katie Simpson & Sarah Spears (feat. Marius Grinius & James Trottier), CBC News, January 8, 2019

Canada can afford new fighters or new frigates – but not both at once: report by Murray Brewster (feat. Dave Perry), CBC News, January 8, 2019

Francophonie: entre Paris et Kigali, le délicat jeu d'équilibriste de Louise Mushikiwabo by N/A (feat. Jocelyn Coulon), AFP, January 7, 2019

Canadian delegation in China demands ‘immediate release’ of Kovrig, Spavor by Bob Komsic (feat. Hugh Stephens), Zoomer Radio, January 7, 2019

Trump’s decision to pull out of Syria ‘should concern everybody’: retired general by Jessica Vomiero (feat. Mike Day), Global News, January 6, 2019

If you can’t pipe it, refine it: Alberta seeks oil glut solution by Robert Tuttle (feat. Kevin Birn), Bloomberg Quint, January 6, 2019

Trans Mountain expansion not expected to resume before Alberta provincial election by Nelson Bennett (feat. Kevin Birn), JWN Energy, January 4, 2019

China – Taiwan unification plan by Danielle Smith (feat. Eric Miller), Global News Radio, January 3, 2019

Online security in 2019 by Leslie Horton (feat. Tom Keenan), Global News Morning Calgary, January 3, 2019

Was Trump right to pull US troops out of Syria? by Danielle Smith (feat. Kyle Matthews), Global News Radio, January 2, 2019

Kim Jong-un wants to meet Donald Trump again, but that doesn’t mean he will give up his nukes by Bill Birtles (feat. Stephen Nagy), ABC, January 2, 2019

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EXPERTS IN THE MEDIA

The China Challenge (1:24:00)

by Katie Simpson (feat. Colin Robertson), Radio-Canada, January 18, 2019

Le monde est tellement (moins) violent

by Alain Crevier (feat. Jocelyn Coulon), Radio-Canada, January 18, 2019


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