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The Global Exchange Podcast is a weekly conversation, brought to you by CGAI, focused on bringing listeners comprehensive analysis and commentary on a variety of world issues. Join host Colin Robertson as he brings a uniquely Canadian perspective to the foreign policy, trade, and development issues of the day.

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2020 Podcasts

Abe’s Legacy and The Path Ahead
September 21, 2020

American Statecraft: A History (Part One)
September 14, 2020

Neighbours and Partners
September 8, 2020

The Decline of Democracies and How to Save Them
August 31, 2020

Northern Partners: A Discussion with Norway’s Ambassador Anne Kari Ovind
August 24, 2020

‘It is a tough time for multilateralism’: Discussion with Irish Ambassador Jim Kelly
August 17, 2020

Multilateralism in the age of COVID-19
August 10, 2020

Selling our Agri-Food: How Do We Do Better?
August 3, 2020

Can Canada Compete?
July 27, 2020

Hong Kong and China's national security law
July 20, 2020

On "The End of the CBC?"
July 13, 2020

David Frum on Trump, the US, and democracy
July 6, 2020

Brian Mulroney on Canada and active multilateralism
June 29, 2020

Canada loses the UNSC seat bid
June 22, 2020

Canada and the United Nations
June 15, 2020

Canada and the Nuclear Non-proliferation treaty
June 8, 2020

Canada-China relations after court decision against Meng Wanzhou
June 1, 2020

Managing deficits and debt
May 25, 2020

How Korea and other countries are handling COVID-19
May 19, 2020

Jean Chrétien on "it's a very different world that we're living at this time"
May 11, 2020

Has COVID-19 changed the equation for Canada, 5G, and internet security?
May 4, 2020

On the new trade economy of food security
April 27, 2020

Peter W. Singer on weaponized social media affecting war, politics and more
April 20, 2020

John Hannaford on "Looking at Canadian Trade"
April 13, 2020

Paul Martin on "The G20 Today"
April 6, 2020

Wrap up armchair discussion on Canadian trade
March 30, 2020

Stephen Tapp on EDC overview of facts and figures on Canadian trade
March 23, 2020

Canadian trade and the U.S.-China sideswipe
March 16, 2020

Joseph Nye on “Do Morals Matter?” — U.S. presidents and their foreign policy
March 9, 2020

Peter W. Singer on the weaponization of social media
March 2, 2020

Foreign Policy Challenges On The Korean Peninsula
February 24, 2020

Richard Fontaine on "Modernizing American Homeland Defence"
February 18, 2020

Linking Democracy, Diplomacy and Security – An Opportunity for Canada?
February 10, 2020

The Global Exchange: His Excellency Daniel Mellsop
February 4, 2020

Canada and the UN Security Council seat
January 27, 2020

Looking at the Indo-Pacific again
January 20, 2020

Mexico, a year into President Andrés Manuel López Obrador's administration
January 13, 2020

Israel and Palestine
January 6, 2020

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