The Institute for Peace and Diplomacy hosted an event examining Van Jackson's latest book, Pacific Power Paradox: American Statecraft and the Fate of the Asian Peace, on February 8, 2023 at 3:00
Andrew Erskine argues that, in order to make the Indo-Pacific a priority for Canadian foreign policy, Ottawa needs to communicate the relevance of the region to Canadians.
For The Hill, Senior Fellow Andrew Latham discusses how South Korea's growing sense of insecurity facing its aggressive neighbours despite security “guarantees” with the United States has pushed Seoul to develop its own
For a country that has not undertaken a comprehensive foreign policy review in nearly two decades, Canada has been fortunate to have two visions for its international engagement articulated this autumn alone.
That Asia has loudly—and repeatedly—voiced its perspectives on how external partners should engage the region should warrant greater attention in Ottawa.
Jocelyn Coulon, conseiller de l'IPD, a publié un article pour Le Devoir sur la voix de Mélanie Joly dans la stratégie indo-pacifique du Canada et la possibilité de renouer avec la Chine.
With the release of the Government of Canada's finalized Indo-Pacific Strategy, the Institute for Peace & Diplomacy has turned to experts and stakeholders across the country to provide a cross-partisan and cross-industry
Jocelyn Coulon, conseiller de l'IPD, a publié un article pour Le Devoir sur un discours de la ministre des Affaires étrangères Mélanie Joly sur la stratégie indo-pacifique du Canada.
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The following are the opening remarks of Evan Feigenbaum, Vice President of Studies at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, during a keynote session for the 2022 East Asia Strategy Forum hosted