The Freeland Doctrine is not only economically dubious, but it is also ill-suited for Canada’s current Indo-Pacific Strategy.
iAffairs Canada interviewed both experts and students for their assessment and suggestions on Canada's foreign policy in the Indo-Pacific.
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.
The following article contains Senator Pau Woo’s opening remarks at Hardtalk: Canada and the Asia Pacific Conference organized…
iAffairs Canada, in partnership with the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives and the Institute for Political Economy, hosted a virtual book launch discussing the contributions of the latest volume of Canada Among Nations (2021).
An evaluation of the country’s foreign policy performance last year demonstrates the Trudeau government’s growing gap between rhetoric and reality, a challenge that only pushes Canada further away from its former status as a strong middle power.
The following contribution has been prepared by the participants of The Science and Ethics of Happiness Study Group.
This publication examines Canada among nations over the last year and projects forward into the year 2022. It also discusses the shrinking horizon of a foreign economic policy premised on liberal internationalism and presents challenges for Canada in the upcoming year.
The Global South is not intimidated and has increasingly refused to ally with the West on sanctions and condemnations.
South America often flies under the radar with global priorities; however, Canada must recognize its potential and start focusing its attention on the Mercosur trade bloc. This trade agreement can further Canada's economy and political roots within South America.