The future of Thailand, now a country in mourning and ruled by military junta, is largely uncertain. Canada’s former ambassador to the country outlines the factors that impact its economic and political stability, and how Canada can play a role.
By: Hugh Stephens The TPP, at least its current form, is dead. It was on life support throughout the U.S. election but president-elect Donald Drumpf has driven a stake through its heart with his announcement that he will initiate the
Is Canada “back”? How can Canada play a meaningful role on the world stage?
In partnership with the Centre for Global Studies at the University of Victoria, the Victoria branch of the CIC organized a student essay contest asking the question, “How do Canada’s unique attributes enable it to play a significant role in
Tess Fuller’s essay titled ‘Why Canada Needs Refugees’ won a contest sponsored by CIC-Victoria and the Centre for Global Studies at the University of Victoria.
Choosing between Taiwan or China is a false dichotomy for the Liberal government. By Hugh Stephens
Pierre Trudeau considered the development of Canadian-Chinese relations imperative while in government. Will Justin Trudeau take a similar approach? By Hugh Stephens