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Joe Biden visits China, August 2011. Image credit: David Lienemann/Wikimedia Commons
Duncan Cameron | Shared power multilaterally offers Canada a better opportunity to deal with the challenges to human existence we face together instead of backing the U.S. in a cold war with China.
Podcast
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David Peck | Director Hao Wu talks about his important new film "76 Days," bearing witness to the death and rebirth of the city of Wuhan, China, in the early days of the global pandemic.
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Justin Trudeau in Parliament earlier this year. Image: Justin Trudeau/Facebook
Monia Mazigh | Trudeau should correct a wrong with a right: stop the extradition of Wanzhou and open the doors for the release of Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor.
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David J. Climenhaga | Vladimir Lenin famously observed: "There are weeks when decades happen." Could the next few weeks see the United States and old Imperial powers like Britain diminished as if decades had passed?
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John McCallum in 2013. Photo: John McCallum/Flickr
David J. Climenhaga | John McCallum deserves credit for telling the truth and looking out for Canadians in peril. For this he's excoriated by Conservatives and tossed under the bus by the Liberals.
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Donald Trump and Justin Trudeau. Photo: Wikimedia Commons
David J. Climenhaga | Consider the dissimilar cases of Meng Wanzhou and Stephanie Clifford. The first we won't allow to leave, the second we won't allow to visit.
Podcast
Demonstration against proposed extradition bill, Hong Kong, June 2019. Image: etan liam/Flickr
Piergiorgio Moro, Jiselle Hanna | The question of the relationship between Hong Kong and the Chinese government is not clear and a proposed extradition bill saw the biggest demonstration ever in Hong Kong.
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Justin Trudeau and Mike Pence. Photo: Justin Trudeau/Twitter
Duncan Cameron | Canada calling on the U.S. to get China to halt its crossfire, looks less like an independent state, and more like a U.S. dependent territory.
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David J. Climenhaga | The plan in a nutshell: blame Ottawa; say you're doing something; if the problem gets fixed, take credit; if not, assign blame again.
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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Ministers meet with President Xi Jinping at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, China, December 2017. Photo: Adam Scotti/PMO
Bill Blaikie | At the moment there is much irony to be found in the crisis in Canada-China relations, precipitated by the arrest and detainment of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou in Vancouver.
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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau meets with President Xi Jinping at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, China December 5, 2017. Photo: Adam Scotti/PMO
Duncan Cameron | Not only have two Canadians been arrested on suspicion of committing espionage, China has threatened retribution to trade and commerce if Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou is not released.
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U.S. Secretary of State Pompeo Visits Beijing, China, 2018. Photo: PAS China/Wikimedia Commons
Duncan Cameron | The U.S. remains the world's dominant power in every respect, with no serious rival. But that does not stop the U.S. from mounting campaigns of fear and paranoia about potential threats to its power.