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CIC Edmonton: U.S. Presidential Debate Online Viewing Party & Discussion

CIC National Capital (Ottawa): U.S. Election Discussion with Official Republican and Democratic Representatives (Webinar)

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CIC Edmonton: Armed Drones and State Accountability

CIC Vancouver: The Geopolitics of Covid-19

CIC National Capital (Ottawa): Saving Lake Chad / À la rescousse du lac Tchad (Webinar)

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CIC National Capital (Ottawa): Grad School Panel Sponsored by RBC (Webinar)

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CIC National Capital (Ottawa): Lebanon: Where to From Here? (Webinar)

CIC Victoria: The Religious Right on Modern America

CIC Halifax: U.S. Presidential Election 2020

Cancelled – CIC Edmonton: 2nd U.S. Presidential Debate Viewing Party and Discussion

CIC Thunder Bay: Moral Hazards: Can a Political Thriller Teach about Failed States?

CIC Winnipeg: Evaluating refugee sponsorship and its potential for global refugee sponsorship: Perspectives from “Strangers to Neighbours” with contributing authors

CIC Vancouver NATO – Canada: The New Age of Alliances

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CIC Saskatoon: Against Daesh, and for the World Order: An Update on Operation IMPACT

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CIC Prince George: Canada-China Trade in a Shifting Global Environment

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CIC Winnipeg: Re-Thinking Canada-Africa Relations: Security, Diplomacy, and Development Beyond 2020 Panel 1

CIC Winnipeg: Rethinking Canada-Africa Relations: Security, Diplomacy, and Development Beyond 2020 Panel 2

CIC National Capital (Ottawa): Sudan’s Latest Uprising: Prospects for Peace and Stabilization (Webinar)

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CIC/CIPS: Building Canada’s Post-Pandemic Foreign Policy

CIC Victoria: Hidden Hand – How the Chinese Communist Party is Reshaping the World

CIC National Capital (Ottawa): U.S. Election Ambassadors’ Panel (Webinar)

Young Professionals Network Speaker Series: WHO Special Advisor Peter A. Singer

Commanding Hope: The Power We Have to Renew a World in Peril

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