iAffairs Canada, in partnership with the Canadian Foreign Policy Journal (CFPJ), is pleased to present the latest Canadian Foreign Policy Review, compiled on behalf of its graduate student contributors at the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs (NPSIA).
On an annual basis, NPSIA students enrolled in Dr. David Carment’s Canada and International Affairs graduate seminar complete a four-month evaluation of Canada’s foreign policy priorities. Each review document assesses a specific issue area, including defence, diplomacy, security, immigration, international development and trade, before making evidence-based policy recommendations.
The policy reviews are presented in full below.
These ideas presented in the form of policy reviews provide the basis for establishing a solid strategic foundation upon which to build a coherent and constructive approach to engaging a world that offers unprecedented opportunities and challenges.
Supported in part by the Canadian Foreign Policy Journal and its affiliate iAffairs Canada, these reviews would not have been possible but for the hard work of all those students who contributed to their completion.
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The views and research of the authors are independent and not affiliated with the editorial stance of iAffairs Canada or the CFPJ.
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