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Feb 18, 2015
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Harper does little to help Canadians like Mohamed Fahmy

Stephen Kimber
The case of Mohamed Fahmy is not the first time the Harper government -- advancing ideological agendas or demonstrating diplomatic deafness -- has left Canadians to the mercies of foreign governments.
Podcast
Nov 11, 2011

What Canada can learn from Norway and Russia

Needs No Introduction
Norway's ambassador to Canada recently spoke in Winnipeg on the subject of Arctic policy, climate change and Canada's relationship with its neighbours.
Columnists
Nov 24, 2009

Europe's new faces

The search for a president of Europe was both a success and a failure: the quality of the candidate approved, was overshadowed by the unsatisfactory method chosen to fill the position.
Columnists
Oct 19, 2009

Obama's harmful international influence

Again and again, U.S. negotiators have chosen not to strengthen international laws and protocols but rather to weaken them, often leading other rich countries in a race to the bottom.
Event

Constitution and Strategy: Understanding Canadian Power in the World

Feb 14, 2014
University College
15 King's College Circle - Room 179 - west end of building on the ground floor
Toronto , ON
Canada
43° 39' 45.5292" N, 79° 23' 43.4292" W
Ontario CA
Join us for a free public lecture with Irvin Studin Assistant Professor in the School of Public Policy and Governance, University of Toronto.
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