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Are the Paris Attacks a Game Changer for Canadian Foreign Policy?

Nov 18, 2015
In the wake of the Paris attacks, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s new government will face challenges to its planned approaches to Canada’s security and foreign policy concerns but will likely stay the course.

The Case for Accepting Syrian Refugees

Nov 18, 2015
The U.S. vetting system is strong, and so is the American tradition of welcoming the oppressed.

Canadian Ambassador to the United States Gary Doer named co-chair of Canada Institute Advisory Board

Nov 18, 2015
“Care for the Canada-U.S. relationship is a calling that does not evaporate when you stop being Ambassador,” said Ambassador Doer. “I’m excited to work with this team and use the knowledge I’ve gained over the past years to continue to support success in North America.”

The Beginning of the End of Russia’s Estrangement from the West

Nov 17, 2015
But during the Sunday meetings of the G-20 group of nations that took place in Turkey immediately after the Paris attacks, Putin went from a pariah to a fully engaged player.

Two Days in June: JFK and the 48 Hours That Made History

Nov 17, 2015
In his book, Two Days in June: John F. Kennedy and the 48 Hours that Made History, author Andrew Cohen makes a case for the power of words and ideas.