A podcast diving into all things related to international affairs and policy analysis. Produced by staff at iAffairs Canada
Episode 48 - A Turning Point for the U.S.?
This month we take a look back at the tumultuous month that was January 2021 for the United States with Dr. Maxwell Cameron from the University of British Columbia.
Episode 47 - The Complicated Relationship: Canada and China - Part 2 with Charles Burton
Part 2 of our two part series on Canada and China. In this episode, host Holden Thomas talks with Charles Burton about Meng Wanzhou, Hong Kong and the Uyghurs.
Note: This podcast was recorded over the summer, so some things may be out of date.
Host: Holden Thomas
Episode 46 - The Complicated Relationship: Canada and China - Part 1 with Dr. Wenran Jiang
Part 1 of our two part series exploring Canada's complicated relationship with China. We discuss the Meng Wanzhou case, Hong Kong, and the protection of the Uyghur people. Part 2 arrives in January.
Host: Sarah Samwel
Episode 45 - Systemic Racism in Canada's National Security Community
In this episode, we tackle diversity and inclusion in the highest levels of Canadian security. We speak with Huda Mukbil, a security expert, a former CSIS officer, and contributor to the Hill Times.
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Episode 44 - Urban Violence in Brazil and the Election of Jair Bolsonaro
Guest: Dr. Jean Daudelin, Professor at the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs
Episode 43 - The GERD: Hydro Politics in the Horn of Africa
Guest: Dr. Harry Verhoeven, Associate professor at the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University in Qatar