The Signal Board
Yes, change is in the air and there are unmistakable signs of shifting alliances and new alignments in politics and trade. But neither the old order is vanishing completely nor a drastically new foreign policy is need of the hour for a middle power like Canada. A...
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This bi-lateral crisis between Canada and China is caused by a massive failure of internal corporate governance by Huawei and aggressive and unbalanced foreign policy on Huawei’s behalf to mask this failure.
This is a modified version of an article supported by the Department of National Defence ‘Mobilizing Insights in Defence and Security Targeted Engagement’ Grant, which appeared originally in Kristen Csenkey (ed.) “Simplifying Emerging Technologies: Risks and How to Mitigate Them”, Balsillie School of International Affairs, May 2020.
At the end of April 2020, just 10 Canadian civilian police officers and 25 military personnel were left on UN operations.
The lack of consideration for the Palestinian dilemma, as seen in Trump’s plan, is an oversight that Canada cannot ignore, and should be compelled to articulate
International eyes will soon turn to the 2023 Turkish presidential and parliamentary elections and whether President Erdoğan and the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) will continue in power.
COVID-19, a major failure of intelligence, is an opportunity for Canada to promote international collaboration in Foresight and Early Warning
In the aftermath of Covid-19, and even as it winds down, Canada faces the challenge and opportunity to strengthen its strategic intelligence and foresight capabilities.
The former Canadian ambassador to the United States who redefined Canada’s brand in Washington has died at 92.
Canada needs to turn to local action in order to address global challenges. Doing so will make a better contribution to a tumultuous world than would international busy-ness.