CIPS Senior Associate: http://cip-01b.eproofs.ca/gerd-schonwalder-senior-associate-2013-2014
Values have been critical drivers behind the foreign policy making of Canada’s current and past governments, both Conservative and Liberal. However, the Harper government’s use of values-based foreign policymaking does not meet three criteria that would ensure policy clarity: consistency …READ MORE
When the Harper government made the interests of Canada’s business community its top foreign policy priority last month, effectively sidelining traditional Canadian concerns such as democratic development, good governance, or human security, some observers were quick to denounce the shift …READ MORE
CIPS has just received the report on a conference it helped facilitate in October 2013 on the role of democratic emerging powers (DEPs)—such as India, Brazil, South Africa, Indonesia, and Turkey—in supporting democracy beyond their own borders. Presented by CIPS …READ MORE
A preview of the conference on ‘Promoting Democracy: What Role for the Emerging Powers?’ to take place at the University of Ottawa on October 15-16, 2013.
Millions around the world continue to name democracy as their preferred form of government …READ MORE