The Institute for Peace & Diplomacy (IPD) is pleased to announce our upcoming panel ‘Assessing Canada-China Relations: Challenges and Opportunities.’ The discussion will take place on February 24th at 7:00 PM EST
The Institute for Peace and Diplomacy organized a panel discussion on February 4th, 2021 to discuss US policy on China under the Biden administration.
Biden’s plan to pursue American re-engagement with the international
Amid this crisis, we must not forget our strategic foresight. From a broader perspective, the emerging multipolar global order demands a renewed Canadian middle-power doctrine that relies less on the US economy.
From a realist perspective, Canada’s long-term interests are guaranteed when its foreign policy is centered on multilateralism, which allows the country to capitalize on its soft power as a complementary, but a
We have a distinguished panel of experts to discuss different aspects of Canada-China relations. What's next in Canada's bilateral relations with the PRC? Is it possible for Canada to maintain constructive engagement
Canada and China have been involved in an escalating diplomatic dispute since December 2018, following Canada’s high-profile arrest of Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou, at the United States’ request for extradition.