iAffairs Canada, in partnership with Canadian Foreign Policy Journal and the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, is pleased to announce the release of its comprehensive foreign policy review : A Global Review for Canada: Insights and Options. The product of over four months of evaluation, the review covers a range of key issue areas including international development and Indigenous policies, defence, cyber security, climate change, global health and refugees. An assessment of past policies and policy recommendations are included.

Access the full review here.

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