China Is Meddling on America’s Doorstep
By Imran Bayoumi
Reports that China interfered in Canada’s 2021 elections should raise alarms in the United States.
Canada Should Support Taiwan’s CPTPP Bid
By Adam Zivo
Not only do Canada and Taiwan’s values align, but also trade between the two countries is skyrocketing.
Hostage Diplomacy Is Against China’s Interests
By Susana Malcorra
Normalized relations between China and the West should not be taken for granted. The fates of the two Michaels are test cases for the direction Beijing chooses.
Canadian Faces Spy Ruling as Huawei Decision Looms
By Joe McDonald
Michael Spavor and Michael Kovrig were detained in China in what critics labeled "hostage politics" in 2018.
Look for an Increasingly Active Canada in the South China Sea
By Jacob Benjamin
A number of factors are pushing Ottawa to increase both its rhetoric about and naval presence in the disputed water.
What’s Next in the Meng Wanzhou Extradition Trial?
By Edward Lehman and Jed Rothstein
The controversial case of the Huawei executive sparked a diplomatic crisis. But where do the legal proceedings stand?
Pork and Huawei: US-Canada-China Trade Triangle
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Mike von Massow.
A Bitter Stalemate in Canada-China Relations
By Grant Wyeth
While Meng Wanzhou is sure to receive a fair extradition hearing, the situation for 3 Canadians remains much more opaque.
Why Canada Will Bear the Brunt of the American War on Huawei
By Uday Khanapurkar
The Canadian arrest of Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou came at the request of the U.S., but Canada is likely to be the biggest loser.
China Escalates Pressure on Canada Over Huawei Case
By Charlotte Gao
The Chinese foreign ministry summoned U.S. and Canadian ambassadors over Meng Wanzhou’s detention.
Taiwan’s Democratic Elections and Canada’s Response
By Hugh Stephens
The guiding principle: Do no harm.
Justin Trudeau and Canada-China Relations
By Hugh Stephens
Like father, like son?