"By abandoning a pan-indigenous approach, Canada has the opportunity to appreciate diversity of opinion and thought, which tends to result in better, more informed policies and directives."
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.
Affairs Canada is delighted to present Episode 61 of the Policy Talks Podcast.
On Nov. 27th Canada released a long-delayed Indo-Pacific Strategy.
"Canada must prioritize support for agricultural cooperatives, to alleviate strains on Africa’s labour market, improve food production, and bring good jobs to rural areas."
iAffairs Canada sat down with the Honourable David McGuinty, Chair of the NSICOP Committee, for a discussion on the importance of review bodies, the NSICOP's Special Report and its implications for Canadian foreign policy efforts.
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.
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).