August 13, 2018
On today's Global Exchange Podcast, we sit down with former Canadian Ambassador Jeremy Kinsman to discuss the rapid rise of populism throughout the world, and how that growth effects the dynamics of foreign policy and international affairs.
- Colin Robertson (host): A former Canadian diplomat, Colin Robertson is Vice President of the Canadian Global Affairs Institute.
- Jeremy Kinsman: Regents’ Lecturer at the University of California, Berkeley. Jeremy Kinsman left the Canadian Foreign Service in 2006, after 40 years. He had served as a Canadian Ambassador for 15 years, in Moscow (1992-96), in Rome (1996-2000) as High Commissioner in London (2000-2002), and as Ambassador to the EU in Brussels (2002-2006). Earlier postings were in Brussels and in Algeria before going to New York in 1975 where he became Deputy Permanent Representative to the UN. He was then Chairman of Policy Planning in Ottawa before becoming Minister for Political Affairs in Washington (1981-85).
- "Beware of the Dragon: The Challenges of China’s Assertive Posture" by Matthew Fisher (CGAI Policy Update)
- "A World Larger Than Trump’s: China’s" by Ferry de Kerckhove (CGAI Policy Paper)
- "Assessing Donald Trump's Trip to Brussels, London, and Helsinki" with Colin Robertson, Anthony Cary & Benjamin Hautecouverture (CGAI Podcast)
- Jeremy Kinsman: "Asymmetry: A Novel" - by Lisa Halliday