Why and how should South Korea reduce its dependency on China and enhance the diversification of its battery supply chain through Canada?
"Foreign disinformation campaigns deployed by Russia are emblematic of soft power diplomatic strategies for the delegitimization of Western democracy."
The college syllabus is dead.
Exploring the Nunaverse: Interactive discussion with the Inuit and museum communities
"Women-owned SMEs only encompass 17% of Canadian SMEs and disproportionately face challenges with accessing e-commerce resources."
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.
"Do states have the right under international law to engage in ADR of debris created or left behind by the space activities of other states?"
TikTok is transparent about the data it collects. Additionally, China itself has banned Facebook, Google, Twitter and TikTok. So, is TikTok really a problem? And is it a national security problem for Canada?
The startling growth and activity of online far-right communities in Canada are a wake-up call for a greater focus on online content moderation and removal — an issue that should be at the forefront of the fight against online extremism.
To disarm the trend of hyperpartisanship, we need to realize the limitations of our own orthodoxies and mindsets.