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Episode 67 - Escalating Tensions: Examining the State of Canada-India Relations
In this episode of Policy Talks, former foreign-policy advisor to Justin Trudeau, Roland Paris, discusses the recent public allegations made by Prime Minister Trudeau accusing the Government of India of being responsible for the alleged murder of Canadian national Hardeep Singh Nijjar.
Episode 66 - A Conversation with the President & CEO of the United Nations Association in Canada
In this episode of Policy Talks, Jaime Webbe, President and CEO of the United Nations Association in Canada (UNAC) discusses the role of the United Nations in Canada's foreign policy, how the UNAC promotes UN values locally, Canada's bid for a seat on the Security Council, and UN reform.
Episode 65 - Did Brexit Change Perceptions of the EU and the UK in Canada?
In this episode of Policy Talks, Professor Achim Hurrelman discusses his recently released article "Did Brexit change perceptions of the EU and the UK in Canada? An analysis of Canadian newspaper commentaries" published in the Canadian Foreign Policy Journal.
Episode 64 - Canada’s Cost of Living Crisis: Where we are and Where we’re Headed
In this episode of Policy Talks, Jim Stanford discusses the future of the cost of living crisis, Canada’s corresponding fiscal and monetary policies, as well as economic transitions and their impacts on a sustainable economy.
Episode 63 - Canada and Peacebuilding: Lessons from the DRC
In this episode of Policy Talks, Dr. Kirsten Van Houten discusses Canada’s role in peacebuilding, analyzing the past, present, and future, and specifically Canada’s engagement in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
Episode 62- Current State of Affairs: The Role of Political Corruption in the Russia-Ukraine War
In this episode of Policy Talks, Oksana Huss discusses the current state of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the presence of political corruption, and the role of local authorities, open governance, and political organizations in this crisis.