The post-Cold War era of unilateral American dominance in South and Central America is fading, as it did…
This edition looks back on Canada’s approach to encouraging democracy abroad, consider ways to enhance middle power democracy statecraft in an era of growing international and domestic insecurity.
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.
Trudeau needs to bring the CSIS leakers to justice, and quickly. With bureaucracy gone rogue, it won’t be China or the Conservatives he will have to worry about, but rather Canada's very survival as a democratic, self-determining nation.
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?
iAffairs Canada sat down with Andréa Daigle, Communications and Media Relations Advisor at ISED, to discuss the importance of the ICA, the new amendments, and their implications for foreign investment in Canada.
"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.