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Why Canada Will Bear the Brunt of the American War on Huawei
December 28, 2018
Why Canada Will Bear the Brunt of the American War on Huawei
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.
Why Canada Will Bear the Brunt of the American War on Huawei
US-China Tensions Enter a New Phase
December 24, 2018
US-China Tensions Enter a New Phase
Ceasefire or Escalation?
US-China Tensions Enter a New Phase
Can Canada Invigorate Ties With Singapore?
January 16, 2016
Can Canada Invigorate Ties With Singapore?
Bilateral relations go back 50 years, but are in need of a boost.
Can Canada Invigorate Ties With Singapore?
Is Justin Trudeau Going to Rethink Canda's Approach to the Asia-Pacific?
November 20, 2015
Is Justin Trudeau Going to Rethink Canda's Approach to the Asia-Pacific?
Canada has always been interested in the Asia-Pacific, but its new government may change its approach.
Is Justin Trudeau Going to Rethink Canda's Approach to the Asia-Pacific?
What Canada's Leadership Change Means for Asia
October 26, 2015
What Canada's Leadership Change Means for Asia
What will Canada's Asia policy look like under new Prime Minister Justin Trudeau?
What Canada's Leadership Change Means for Asia
India and Canada: A Match Made in Heaven?
April 17, 2015
India and Canada: A Match Made in Heaven?
On the last leg of his three-country tour, India’s Prime Minister has a lofty agenda. Did his visit succeed?
India and Canada: A Match Made in Heaven?
Canada as East Asia Intermediary?
April 09, 2014
Canada as East Asia Intermediary?
Keen to boost its presence in the Pacific, Canada is well placed to help soothe tensions in East Asia.
Canada as East Asia Intermediary?
Academia Embraces Reality?
April 01, 2014
Academia Embraces Reality?
Younger academics seem to be more comfortable with pragmatism than their forbearers.
Academia Embraces Reality?
Paradiplomacy: A New Way for Indian Foreign Policy?
November 10, 2013
Paradiplomacy: A New Way for Indian Foreign Policy?
Narendra Modi calls for a greater role for the states in India’s economic diplomacy. The idea has merit.
Paradiplomacy: A New Way for Indian Foreign Policy?
5 Questions Canada's Navy Should Ask About Its Pacific Strategy
August 13, 2013
5 Questions Canada's Navy Should Ask About Its Pacific Strategy
Savvy strategy is even more important for middleweight powers like Canada than for a great power like the US.
5 Questions Canada's Navy Should Ask About Its Pacific Strategy
Is Canada Serious About Asia?
June 14, 2013
Is Canada Serious About Asia?
Canada must prove it is serious about Asia if it wants to be welcomed as a key player.
Is Canada Serious About Asia?
Canada Needs a Strategic Rethink
May 30, 2013
Canada Needs a Strategic Rethink
The Canadian Armed Forces continue to be Atlantic heavy even as Ottawa’s interests are increasingly in the Pacific.
Canada Needs a Strategic Rethink
Getting Canadian Gas to Asian Markets
April 13, 2013
Getting Canadian Gas to Asian Markets
With a limited window of opportunity, can Canada tap Asia’s growing natural gas market?
Getting Canadian Gas to Asian Markets
Canada's Careful China Balancing Act
January 31, 2013
Canada's Careful China Balancing Act
The decision to allow the acquisition of Nexen by foreign firms came with some interesting stipulations.
Canada's Careful China Balancing Act
China, Canada and Oil Sands
October 17, 2012
China, Canada and Oil Sands
While the deal makes sense economically, Stephen Harper’s government must navigate the political minefield of China SOEs in Canada.
China, Canada and Oil Sands
Canada and the EAS: When Showing Up Is Not Enough
September 27, 2012
Canada and the EAS: When Showing Up Is Not Enough
While PM Harper has made engaging Asia a priority, Canada needs added substance to its regional diplomacy.
Canada and the EAS: When Showing Up Is Not Enough
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