Canadian foreign policy

Podcast
Aug 28, 2009

#91 - What does it take to win?

rabble radio
The latest rabble radio looks at the victors at Dump Site 41, Canada's negative influence abroad, Sunday Wilde and spring waters.
Columnists
Aug 21, 2009

Harper has his Reagan moment

There's been much recent criticism of the Harper government's foreign policy. I don't mean to pile on but rather to explore the cause.
Podcast
Jul 12, 2009

Canada lukewarm in support of Honduran president

Redeye
Yves Engler says Canadian corporate interests in Honduras strongly influenced the Harper government's response to the overthrow of President Zelaya in a military coup last month.
Event

Canada versus Latin American Democracy: From Jacobians to Salvador Allende, Hugo Chavez and Jean Bertrand Aristide

May 7, 2009 to May 8, 2009
Bahen Centre (University of Toronto)
40 St. George Street Room 1130 Starting at 7:00 pm (free admission)
Toronto , ON
Canada
43° 39' 36.054" N, 79° 23' 48.3684" W
Ontario CA
Book launch for Yves Engler's "The Black Book of Canadian Foreign Policy" with an audiovisual presentation by the author and opening remarks by Globe and Mail columnist Rick Salutin.
Event

Book launch: The Black Book of Canadian Foreign Policy

May 3, 2009
Le Divan Orange
(4234 Saint-Laurent)
Montreal , QC
Canada
45° 31' 6.1104" N, 73° 34' 57.0036" W
Quebec CA
Contrary to the mythology of Canada as a force for good in the world, The Black Book of Canadian Foreign Policy sheds light on many dark corners of Canadian foreign policy.
Blog
Apr 16, 2009

How is Canada redistributing its foreign embassies?

Nima Maleki
The Canadian government's planned foreign office closures in Bosnia and Cambodia, as well as new openings in emerging markets are part of a foreign policy transformation rolling out since 2007.

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