Dr Adam Chapnick and Dr Jeremy Wildeman consider Canada’s foreign policy and Canadian sovereignty amid the myriad fault lines appearing in international relations due to significant change to the global distribution of power.
"The Five Eyes and Canada's 'China Panic'", the newest discussion paper published by the Centre for Asia-Pacific Initiatives by the University of Victoria on January 9th 2024, reveals how the "China Threat” in 2018 mutated into Canada’s ongoing “China Panic” while highlighting how Canada is diplomatically stuck in its relationship with China despite critical unfolding global situations.
Monday September 18 Location: Robertson Hall, 125 Sussex Dr. (Global Affairs Canada) 08:00-09:00 Registration 09:00-09:05 Welcome: Global Affairs…
In partnership with the International Development Research Centre (IDRC) and Global Affairs Canada (GAC), iAffairs Canada is pleased to bring you the launch of Canada Among Nations: Democracy and Foreign Policy in an Era of Uncertainty.
"To paraphrase India’s foreign minister, the West’s problems are no longer the world’s problems."
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"
"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"
The Star Wars Prequels give us food for thought, and shows us what could potentially happen if we disregard genuine diplomacy and rely solely on hypocrisy, intimidation, use of military force, and targeted measures that only seem to do more harm than good.
"Rather than promoting further escalation, Canada must promote peace, starting with realizing that NATO’s gamble on expanding towards Russia’s border backfired."
The following contribution has been prepared by the participants of The Science and Ethics of Happiness Study Group.