Scientists of Chinese descent indicate in the survey that they have purposely not pursued federal funding for projects for fear of increased scrutiny, compared to scientists of non-Chinese descent.
Despite its importance to Canada, there are few, if any, empirical studies on how the Southeast Asian public perceive Canada. Existing elite-level analyses suggest that this perception is mixed – Canada is a likeable but ultimately fair-weather friend
This is the nature of demonization. It is assumed that the one or the group being demonized must prove a negative, that he/she/they are not demon(s) and even when the evidence is fictitious or presented wrongly...
Ottawa’s anxieties about a power to the East are neuralgic, irrational, and grimly familiar
Student Spotlight for March, Joy Kwak! "Having a stronger physical presence in the region seems to be a key focus of the Indo-Pacific Strategy, and North Korea should not be an exception"
"It is of interest to me that the word ‘interference’ has been used. Influence seems a more appropriate charge..."
"Having a stronger physical presence in the region seems to be a key focus of the Indo-Pacific Strategy, and North Korea should not be an exception"
On Nov. 27th Canada released a long-delayed Indo-Pacific Strategy.
The Freeland Doctrine is not only economically dubious, but it is also ill-suited for Canada’s current Indo-Pacific Strategy.
I am extremely grateful to have been invited to a Hard Talk conference in Ottawa this week on…