"Disaster diplomacy may offer countries an opportunity to strategically shift their focus without facing significant domestic consequences for their leaders."
Despite its importance to Canada, there are few, if any, empirical studies on how the Southeast Asian public perceive Canada. Existing elite-level analyses suggest that this perception is mixed – Canada is a likeable but ultimately fair-weather friend
Ottawa’s anxieties about a power to the East are neuralgic, irrational, and grimly familiar
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 following article contains Senator Pau Woo’s opening remarks at Hardtalk: Canada and the Asia Pacific Conference organized…
iAffairs Canada is delighted to present Episode 55 of the Policy Talks Podcast. Guest: Jonathan Berkshire Miller, Senior Fellow at the Japan Institute on…
Geopolitical strategies have become just as important as economic efficiency, where states need to work together to protect their supply chains to serve their interests.
Canada has an abundance of critical minerals and needs to establish a supply chain strategy, as other global competitors have already started implementing their strategies. Canada needs to work with like-minded countries such as Japan to further integrate themselves into the Indo-Pacific region.
Despite significant challenges, prioritizing and bolstering the resilience of the Indo-Pacific supply chain is critical for global economic success.