Canadian Foreign Policy
The Canadian Foreign Policy section of iAffairs delves into the most salient questions surrounding all aspects of Canadian Foreign Policy. Here you will find discussions, analysis, and critical engagement concerning the issues which most affect Canadians and our relationship with the rest of the world. This section will pay particular attention to new developments in Canadian foreign policy, especially those related to Canada’s evolving identity in the international sphere, exploring the dynamic role of both governmental and non-governmental actors. Issues covered include Canada’s role in international diplomatic affairs, international security, international development, and more.
Joe Landry is a Doctoral Candidate at the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs. His research interests include fragile states, civil-war, forced migration, the security-development nexus and Canadian foreign policy. He is currently working as a consultant for UNHCR on behalf of the UN’s Global Protection Cluster, as assistant editor of the Canadian Foreign Policy Journal, and as a research assistant with the SSHRC funded “Country Indicators for Foreign Policy” project. Joe has more than 5 years experience living and working overseas, including working as a university lecturer in Vietnam, a language instructor in South Korea, and a CIDA primary health educator in Tanzania.