The International Consequences could prove modest.
"Even though Canada was the top trading partner of the U.S. until 2014, experts say that Canada will have trouble competing with Mexico’s larger population and cheaper labour.
The U.S. public has been conned, once again, into pouring billions into another endless war.
Exploring the Nunaverse: Interactive discussion with the Inuit and museum communities
Russia has used tear gas against Ukraine despite being a CW recognized under international law, and the OPCW Director General has argued that peace and security cannot be presumed given current tensions.
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..."
David Carment, editor of the Canadian Foreign Policy Journal (CFPJ), and Professor of International Affairs at Carleton University, is pleased to announce that Kelly Gordell and Thomas Volgy have won the 2022 CFPJ Best Paper Prize
For foreign leaders or policy advisors, it is unknown which version of Canada they will be negotiating with, and whether they are now considered a friend, foe, or both.
On October 24, 2022 iAffairs Canada, in partnership with the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs and Canada-China Focus, hosted Hardtalk: Canada and the Asia Pacific Conference. A recording of this timely event can be found here.