Ottawa should avoid a short-term, containment-centric approach to China and align its efforts with those that emphasize the importance of reaching an equilibrium between engagement and a firm hand with Beijing.
As the global power structure continues to shift and China grows as an economic and industrial power, it is critical for Canada to revisit its policies and examine opportunities for pragmatic engagement.
IPD Research Fellow Dr. Zachary Paikin recently appeared on The News Forum's 'Boom and Bust with Tony Clement.' Paikin was invited alongside Dr. Christopher Sands, Director of the Wilson Center's Canada Institute,
Here is a summary of the discussions prepared by IPD research associate Pouyan Kimiayjan:
On February 4th, 2021 the Institute for Peace & Diplomacy (IPD) hosted a panel discussion titled “US-China relations under
With growing concerns over climate change and heightened discussions about environmental protection, there is no question that Canada must remain engaged with key actors like China to advance the global policy discussion.
On February 10, the Institute for Peace and Diplomacy (IPD) will host 'Privacy and Passenger Biometrics: New Developments and Perspectives’ in collaboration with InterVISTAS. The virtual panel will be held at 11:00 am
Watch the full video of the discussion on our YouTube channel.
The Institute for Peace & Diplomacy (IPD) is pleased to announce our panel, ‘Prospects for Iran-GCC Rapprochement in the Biden Era.’ The