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As part of the CIC’s shift to the digital sphere, the CIC has launched a Virtual Events Series in order to bring our programming right to your home! You can register for all upcoming CIC events at the link below. Make sure to grab your membership while you’re at it as we’ll be hosting plenty of member-exclusive events!
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The Problem With Election Observation Missions

The Problem With Election Observation Missions

What might the international community of democracy promoters do better to support free and fair elections? One solution is to reassess how civil society organizations and democratic practitioners pass judgment on elections.Photo by Arnaud Jaegers on...

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The Young Professionals Network is Formally Launched!

The Young Professionals Network is Formally Launched!

The Canadian International Council has formally launched its very own Young Professionals Network (YPN)! CIC members from across Canada have come together to form this network in order to connect and engage Canada’s future foreign policy leaders.To support a thriving...

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Established in 1946 International Journal is Canada’s pre-eminent journal of global policy analysis. It combines brief, policy-relevant articles with longer, peer-reviewed, scholarly assessments of interest to foreign policy-makers, analysts and academics in Canada and around the world.

JUNE 2020

Volume 75 |  Number 2

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Following Canada's loss in the UN Security Council election, should Canada reconsider it's commitment to the UN?

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Which foreign policy issue should party leaders devote most attention to in the federal elections in October 2019?

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