Whether recycled stances from their 2019 platform or new commitments to defence and security, a lack of clarity and planning encompasses much of the NDP’s foreign policy approach.
Recycled promises and a lack of imagination characterize the Liberals' approach to foreign policy.
Mainstream issues like China and foreign interference dominate the agenda, but more esoteric issues like NORAD and hybrid threats also pop up, demonstrating that the party—at least on the surface—is committed to seriously thinking about Canada's precarious and uncomfortable place in the world.
Our virtual panel featured Drs. Robert W. Murray, Heather Exner-Pirot, Jane Boulden, and Paul Gecelovsky. iAffairs' Hadi Wess moderated the discussion.
iAffairs is excited to hold an August 12 event on the future of Canadian foreign policy. Register for…
On May 27, iAffairs Canada co-hosted a virtual panel discussion to address and explore Canada’s engagement and foreign policy toward the Middle East Peace Process and the Palestinians.
iAffairs Canada sat down with Irvin Studin, editor-in-chief and publisher of Global Brief magazine and president of the Institute for 21st Century Questions, for a discussion on Canada's post-pandemic future.
iAffairs' Hadi Wess sat down, virtually, with Emma Swan to discuss her recent paper in the CFPJ's special issue on the Middle East.
We are pleased to announce that we’ll be hosting Dr. Jeremy Wildeman, Emma Swan, and David Viveash on May 27 from…
Save the date! We are pleased to announce that we’ll be hosting Lloyd Axworthy on March 25th 2:30…