Les Membres de l’ACMAR s’expriment

DES MEMBERS S’EXPRIMENT (2020-10-30)

1. Gar Pardy, The National Post, September 28, 2020, Our China policy shows a
double standard in helping Canadians in trouble abroad.

2. Louis Delvoie, Admirable Leaders, Kingston Whig-Standard, October 23, 2020,
Admirable Leaders.

3. Derek Burney, The National Post, September, 28, 2020, “Watershed
Moment:”U.S. facing dual nuclear threats from China and Russia.

4. Derek Burney, The National Post, October 6, 2020, Canada’s feckless government
needs to show some spine on China

5. Derek Burney, The National Post, October15, 2020, Politicians are expected to
lead, not blame the electorate.

6. Gar Pardy, iPolitics, October 18, 2020, Kovrig and Spavor – the illusion of action.

7. Gar Pardy et al, Hill Time, October 5, 2020, More of the same in the speech from
the Throne for Kovrig and Spavor.

8. Gar Pardy, Blogpost, October 17, 2020, The American Supreme Court and the
seven fifty man.

9. Derek Burney, The National Post, October 27, 2020, No matter who wins the U.S.
elections, there will be implications for Canada.

10. Hugh Stephens, Hill Times, October 2020, Is there a role for Canada in Taiwan’s
economic and security dilemma.

11. Hugh Stephens, The Globe and Mail, October 13, 2020, Canada’s copyright laws
are limiting opportunities for creative industries to recover income.

12. Paul Meyer, CGAI, October 2020, Arms Control in Outer Space: Mission
Impossible or Unrealized Potential.

 

13.Links: Jeremy Kinsman, CTV News Diplomatic Community, October 27,
What do US elections mean for Canada and the world: CTV News October 20, US
Election 2nd debate: Chinese Ambassador’s rash threats: CTV News Diplomatic
Community, October 13, As Trump fades, does the campaign change: CBC he
Current, October 12, Canada-China Fifty Years: CTV Diplomatic Community
October 7, Trump’s stunts: CTV Diplomatic Community, September 29, Predebate: Jon Allen, CIC Talk, September 16, “Abraham Accords,”: Gar Pardy,
Just Planet Podcast, September 27, How to legally release Meng Wanzhou and
bring Kovrig and Spavor home:

14. Reviews: Nick Coghlan reviews Magdalena, River of Dreams by Wade Davis.

15. Books by Members: Gar Pardy, China in a changing world.

16. Letters: John Graham, Ottawa Citizen, August 6, 2020, Kovrig and Spavor.

 

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DES MEMBERS S’EXPRIMENT (2020-09-25)

1. Louis Delvoie, Kingston Whig-Standard, July 24, 2020, Ambassadors
of Note.

2. Louis Delvoie, Kingston Whig-Standard, July 31, 2020, Ambassadors
of Note

3. Yves Gagnon, Le Soleil, 27 juin 2020, Le Canada siègera-t-il un jour
au Conseil de sécurité des Nations Unies?

4. Jeremy Kinsman, Globe and Mail, August 11, 2020, Cold War
Rhetoric Has No Place in the Reality of US – China Feud.

5. Derek H. Burney, The National Post, August 26, 2020, A Compelling
Account of US Diplomacy and the Five Traditions that Drive It.

6. Paul Meyer, ICT4Peace, September 4, 2020, Protection of Critical
Infrastructure from Cyber Attack: UNSC Meeting.

7. Gar Pardy, Hill Times, September 4, 2020, Tic Toc Toe or is it Tik
Tok.

8. Gar Pardy, Hill Times, September 14, 2020, Kovrig and Spavor:
Nearly Two Years Later.

9. Gar Pardy, Ottawa Citizen, August 20, 2020, Enough is Enough.

10. Gar Pardy, Hill Times, June 10, 2020, Her Ex or Telex.

11. Gar Pardy, Hill Times, 24 June, 2020, Politics isn’t as Far from
Extradition Cases as Politicians Say It Is.

12.Colin Robertson, CBC News Opinion, September 15, 2020, Why It’s
More Effective for United Democracies to Engage and Constrain
China than to Ostracize It.

13. Jeremy Kinsman, Victoria Times-Colonist, September 20, 2020, The
Island, the Border, and the Plague.

14. Derek H. Burney, The National Post, August 11, 2020, The Future of
North American Energy Hinges on the US Election.

15. Colin Robertson, Globe and Mail, August 11, 2020, It’s Not Me, It’s
You: Trumps Aluminum Tariffs are a By-product of His Election
Woes.

16. Louis Delvoie, Kingston Whig-Standard, August 14, 2020, Chaos In
Israel.

17.Links: Jon Allen, CTVNews, August 15, 2020, UAE-Iran: Jeremy
Kinsman, CTV Diplomatic Community, September 22, 2020, US
Supreme Court, USA-Iran: CTV Diplomatic Community, September
5, 2020, US Aluminum Tariff Back-Off, Israel-Gulf States: CTV

Diplomatic Community, September 8, 2020, Russia, the West,
Belarus, Navalny and Russian Public Opinion: CTV News, September
1, 2020, October Surprise, and Canada, Canada-US Border: CTV
Diplomatic Community, August 25, 2020, Belarus, Navalny
Poisoning: CTV Diplomatic Community, August 10, 2020, Kamala
Harris: CTV News, August 8, 2020, Five-Eyes Indignation Over
Postponement of HK Legislative Elections: CTV Diplomatic
Community,August 4, 2020, Open Schools or Not: CTV News August
4, 2020, Open Schools, The Full Catastrophe: Ferry de Kerckhove,
Radio-Canada,15 septembre 2020, Canada-États-Unis: la guerre de l’
aluminium.

18. Arts: Ian Ferguson, Gallery Magazine, September 23, 2020,
Renewing Abstration.

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DES MEMBERS S’EXPRIMENT (2020-08-13)
    

1. Ferry de Kerckhove, la Presse, 9 juin 2020, La descente vers une guerre civile? 

2. Derek Burney, Fen Osler Hampson, The Walrus, June 9, 2020, Can We Repair Canada’s Trade Relationship with China? 

3. Derek Burney, National Post, July 02, 2020, Rethinking Our Place in The World. 

4. Derek Burney, National Post, July 14, 2020, Seven Ways for Canada to Meet Its Trade Challenges. 

5. Colin Robertson, The Globe and Mail, June 23,2020, Canada Needs A More Strategic, Region-based Approach to Opening the Border.

 6. Philip Calvert, The Globe and Mail, July 03, 2020, Canada, and the World, Must Respond to China’s Ominous Actions in Hong Kong. 

7. Hugh Stephens, Vancouver Sun, July 04, 2020, Could Canada Have Ended Meng Wanzhou’s Extradition Process? – _Maybe, Until China Made That Impossible. 

8. Jon Allen and Alan Freeman, iPolitics, July 03, 2020, We Need a Global Approach to Stop China’s Excesses and Free the Canadian Hostages. 

9. Colin Robertson, CBC News, June 26, 2020, To Break the Impasse on Spavor and Kovrig, Canada Has Three Options. 

10. Roy Norton and Deana Horton, Canada Institute, July 15, 2020, North American Marine Cabotage Protectionism. 100 Years too Old. 

11. Bob Hage, CGAI, July 2020, The United States: Its Multilateral Challenges and China’s Threat. 

12. Colin Robertson, CGAI, June 2020, What To Do About China: A menu of Options. 

13. Chris Westdal, June 2020, Here’s Why Canada Should Win A Security Council Seat. 

14. John McNee, Globe and Mail, June 15, 2020, Why Canada’s Bid for a U.N. Security Council Seat Matters. 

15. Keith Bezanson, iPolitics, June 25, 2020, We Must Do Whatever It Takes: The Coming Poverty and Debt Crises. 

16. LINKs: Jeremy Kinsman, CTV Diplomatic Community, June 16, UN Security Council: CBC News June 16, UN Security Council: CTV News, June 20, Canada-China: CTV News, June 23, Canada-China, US COVID: CTV Diplomatic Community, June 30, EU-US Travel Ban, Russian Bounty: CTV Diplomatic Community July 7, Hong Kong, Trudeau Skips Washington: CTV News, July 5, Hong Kong; CTV Diplomatic Community, July 14, US-China Mess: CTV Diplomatic Community, July 21, Is Trump Finally Getting It? Paul Meyer ICT. Cyber Security. Just Ottawa Articles by Several Members. 

17. Ian Ferguson, National Gallery of Canada Magazine, June 25, 2020, Dan Flavin and Luminosity.

 

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DES MEMBERS S’EXPRIMENT  (MAI 2020)

1. Peter Boehm, Policy Magazine, May 21, 2020, Is Zoom Diplomacy the New Normal?

2. Rick Kohler, Gilles Rivard, Jon Allen, et al, Open Letter, June 01, 2020, Annexation of West Bank.

3. Derek H. Burney, National Post, May 27, 2020, Hypocrisy Abounds Against Canadian Energy.

4. Derek H. Burney, National Post, April 28, 2020, Tensions with China, Post-Covid 19 Loom as Key U.S. election Issues.

5. Derek H. Burney, National Post, May 14, 2020, It’s Hard for Canada to Stand up to China while it’s Bowing.

6. Colin Robertson, Hill Times, May 27, 2020, Look to New NAFTA as New Road Map to the Future of Canada-US Bond.

7. Deanna Horton and Jean Charest, Open Letter, May 05, 2020, Norms et certifications liées à la COVID-19.

8. Liens: Jeremy Kinsman, CTV Diplomatic Community, April 28, 2020, Pandemic and Global South; May 05, 2020, Border and Plague, Trump says the Hell with It; May 12, 2020, Fauci Tells it Like it is, Zoom Diplomacy; June 02, American Breakdown, what does the world think. CTV News, May 31, 2020, Trumps dumps WHO, Craps on G7 and isolates America.

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DES MEMBERS S’EXPRIMENT (2020-04-27)

 

1. Gilles Rivard, La Presse, 9 avril 2020, Merçi à Nos Agents Consulaires, Ces Mal-
Aimés.

2. Jeremy Kinsman, Policy Magazine, April 20, 2020, Death of a Visionary: Allan
Gotlieb,1928-2020.

3. Derek H. Burney, National Post, April 16, 2020, Greater self-reliance will be an
absolute necessity post-Covid-19.

4. Jeremy Kinsman, Policy Magazine, April 2020, Canada’s Leadership Challenge.

5. Dan Livermore, CIPS Blog, April 10, 2020, Time to Get the Two Michaels Home.

6. Hugh Stephens, University of Calgary School of Public Policy, April 21, 2020,
Canada, China and COVID: Threat or Opportunity?

7. Ferry de Kerckhove, CIPS, 15avril 2020, Seulement un changement de régime
peut sauver l’Iran.

8. Alan Bowker, JustOttawa, 2019, Ottawa’s Elizabeth Ralph, Who Fought for King
and Country in the Great War.

9. Liens:

Jeremy Kinsman, CTV News, March 31, Varieties of Leadership: April 7, Boris Johnson; Team Canada Scores a Win; Where’s World Leadership: April 14,

Trump Aggressive on WTO; Trump-Biden

Gary Smith, Alena Schramm, Prince Edward County Radio, March 8, Review Not Mentioned in Despatches

Ferry de Kerckhove, CIC Behind the Headline, avril 2020, Les enjeux des pays limitrophes
de Russie et  Université de Laval, avril 2020, Voyage en Asie du Sud

Just Ottawa, Various Articles from Colleagues, including some of those above.

10. Review: Canadian Military Journal Vol. 20 No.1, Nick Coughlan’s Collapse of a
Country.

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DES MEMBERS S’EXPRIMENT (2020-03-20)

1. Jon Allen, Globe and Mail, March 1, 2020, The Folly of Donald Trump’s Middle East Peace Plan.

2. Jeremy Kinsman, Policy Magazine, March 2020, Bilateral Distancing: The Trudeau-Trump Covid-19Divide.

3. Colin Robertson, Globe and Mail, March 22, 2020, For the G-20 Project –and multilateralism itself—Coronavirus is an existential threat.

4. Paul Meyer, CIPS Blog, March 4, 2020, NPT Turns 50: A Mid-life Crisis?

5. Jeremy Kinsman, Policy Magazine, March 2020, Canada’s Role in a World of Turmoil.

6. Dennis Horak, Policy Magazine, March 2020, US-Iran Relations: Lessons for Canada from the Ukrainian Airlines Tragedy.

7. Paul Meyer, Springer Link, March 2020, Norms of Responsible State Behaviour in Cyberspace.

8. Letters: Gary Smith, Support for Staff at Missions Abroad, Globe and Mail, March 27; Jim Bartleman, Indigenous Health and COVID 19, Globe and Mail, March 23; Paul Heinbecker (inter alia), Where is the UN Security Council, Statement March 27.

9. John Graham, Review, Not Mentioned in Despatches, Manor Park Chronicle, March 2020.

10. Links: Jeremy Kinsman, CTV News, February 25, Corona Virus Angst; March 17, Corona Virus Border Controls; March 24, Corovid 19 – Trump and Economy, Canada-US Divergence, Olympics, India: Ferry de Kerckhove, CIPS March, Canada-Chine.

11. Primer: Colin Robertson, CGAI, March 26, 2020, G20 Emergency Meeting: Addressing the COVID-19 Crisis.

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 DES MEMBERS S’EXPRIMENT (2020-03-04)

1. David Mulroney, Globe and Mail, February 17, 2020: Fifty years after Canada’s last foreign-policy review, our identity is more precarious than ever.

2. Hugh Stephens, University of Calgary, School of Public Policy, January 29, 2020: Will Britain’s decision on Huawei finally help Canada decide?

3. Ferry de Kerckhove, La Presse, 11 février 2020, Le Vice Appuyé au Bras du Crime, Plan de Paix de Trump.

4. Derek H. Burney, National Post, February 17, 2020: Clear the Blockades. Restore rule of Law.

5. John M. Weekes, Brink, January 24, 2020: Canada and USMCA: An Unexpected Success Story.

6. Hugh Stephens, Ottawa Citizen, February 4, 2020: A Tepid Response to Taiwan’s defence of Democracy.

7. Colin Robertson, Globe and Mail, January 30, 2020: To win a UN Security Council seat, Canada needs to compete hard.

8. Derek H. Burney, National Post, February 6, 2020: Forget the Security Council.

9. Dan Livermore, CIPS Blog, February 12, 2020: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly at Global Affairs Canada.

10. John Noble, Policy Magazine, January 23, 2020: Canada’s Role in German Unification.

Links
Jeremy Kinsman, CTV News. Pandemic; Nationalism; China’s Real Crisis, Pandemic Blame Game; Canada Security Council.

Jon Allen, CBC News, Trump Middle East Peace Plan.

Ferry de Kerckhove, CTV News, Trump Middle East Peace Plan

 

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DES MEMBERS S’EXPRIMENT (2020-02-02)

1. Dennis Horak, The Globe and Mail, U.S. – Iran Tensions
2. Paul Heinbecker, The Globe and Mail, Ottawa does not need to blindly support the U.S. in its approach to Iran

3. Dennis Horak, The Globe and Mail, Now more than ever Canada needs to resume diplomatic ties with Iran

4. Derek H.Burney, The National Post, Events have a way of interfering with Trump’s plans

5. Gary Smith, The Globe and Mail, Letter, Canada-Iran, Foreign Service

6. Randolph Mank, Policy Options, Let’s get Canada’s foreign policy house in order

7.
Links
Jeremy Kinsman, CTV News Iran-US and Hard Talk on Iran
Ferry de Kerckhove, Radio-Canada, Iran-Canada

Podcasts
Canadian Global Affairs Institute
Israel-Palestine
Rick Kohler, Colin Robertson, Gerald Wright, Margaret Ford and Peter Larson
Mexico
Colin Robertson

Other News
Sam Hanson, Ottawa Little Theatre

8. Colin Robertson, CGAI, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau: A Foreign Policy Assessment 2015-2019

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 DES MEMBERS S’EXPRIMENT (2020-01-16)

1. Jeremy Kinsman, Policy Magazine “The Many Stages of Chrystia Freeland”

2. Colin Robertson, The Globe and Mail. “Canada has plenty to gain from upping its defence spending”

3. Dan Livermore, Centre for International Policy Studies, “Priority one: saving the Canadian foreign service”

4. Ferry de Kerckhove, CGAI, Cyber-Security: The Threats from Russia and the Middle East

5. Derek H. Burney, National Post, “Ukraine’s role in impeachment inquiry indicative of bigger problem for U.S”

6. Hugh Stephens, Financial Post, “Why Canada shouldn’t agree to swap Meng Wanzhou for the two Canadian prisoners in China”

7. Colin Robertson, The Globe and Mail, “If we can put partisan politics aside, we might find a smart China policy”

8. Jeremy Kinsman, Policy Magazine, “Canada as “roadkill on a China-America collision”

9. Richard Belliveau, Ottawa Citizen, “Election’s over. Now, who will stand up for Canada’s national heritage?”

10. Link: Gary Smith, Dogs and Diplomacy,Inside Ottawa Valley; Ferry de Kerckhove, NATO at Seventy, Radio-Canada; Perspectives, Radio-Canada; Jeremy Kinsman, Impeachment(X2), Canada-China, New NAFTA, Indian Democracy, CTV News

11. Podcasts: Colin Robertson, CGAI, Ukraine: Normandie Summit; Colin Robertson, Gordon Houlden, Phil Clavert, CGAI,Canada-China Relations

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 DES MEMBERS S’EXPRIMENT (2019-12-04)

1. Pierre Guimond, Le Devoir, ‘L’image ‘ternie’ de Trudeau dans le monde’;

2. Jeremy Kinsman in Policy Magazine, ‘A Diplomat’s Worst Nightmare: The Trump Presidency’;

3. Phil Calvert in Nikkei Asian Review, ‘Canada’s Weakened Government Faces Tough Choices Over China’;

4. Pierre Guimond, Le Soleil, ‘La Révolution de Velours a 30 ans; Souvenirs d’un Témoin Québécois Privilégié à Prague’;

5. Paul Meyer, The Hill Times, ‘The Space Force be with you: Canada and the non-weaponization of Space’;

6. Colin Robertson in the G&M, ‘Canada Ought to Bolster its Trade Relationships beyond the U.S. and China’;

7. Dennis Horak in the G&M, ‘The Aramco IPO is a Referendum on Saudi Arabia’;

8. Jeremy Kinsman in Policy Magazine, ‘Brexit: A Rationale, Not a Defence’;

9. Links: Ferry de Kerckhove, omnyfm, ‘Politique étrangère et le deuxième mandate de M. Trudeau’; Jeremy Kinsman, CTV News, ‘US and New NAFTA; and China’;

10. Podcast, Colin Robertson, CGAI, ‘Priorities for Canada’s Next Government’;

11. Colin Robertson, CGAI, ‘Personal Reflections: What Foreign Diplomats Need to Know About Canada’;

12. The Economist, ‘Canada’s New Spirit’.

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DES MEMBERS S’EXPRIMENT (2019-10-31)

1. Ferry de Kerckhove in Front Line Security and Safety, ‘Implications of the 2019 Federal Elections’;

2. Hugh Stephens in the G&M, ‘Canada Should Engage with Taiwan and Others Given our China Troubles’;

3. Hugh Stephens in School of Public Policy, ‘Canada Should Encourage Taiwan’s Accession to the CPTPP’;

4. Paul Meyer, CIPS, ‘Star Wars: Coming Soon to a Space Near You – the Diplomatic Alternative’;

5. Colin Robertson, G&M, ‘Canada Cannot Cut Foreign Aid. We’re Already not Doing Enough’;

6. Links: Jeremy Kinsman, CTV News, ‘China: Seventy Years of Communism’; ‘U.S. Withdrawal from Syria’; ‘Trump and Syria, Brexit’; ‘Trudeau Minority Government Foreign Policy Implications’; Colin Robertson, CGAI Podcasts, ‘Canadians in Hong Kong’, ‘The Canadian Election and the Future of Foreign Policy’; Ferry de Kerckhove, Radio-Canada, ‘Brexit’.

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 DES MEMBRES S’EXPRIMENT (2019-09-30)

1. Randolph Mank in Canadian Foreign Policy Journal, ‘Canada’s Quixotic Foreign Policy in the Shifting Global Landscape’;

2. Jeremy Kinsman, Policy Magazine, ‘Being Back: Foreign Policy as a Campaign Issue’;

3. Dennis Horak in the G&M, ‘Despite the Challenges, A Trump-Rouhani Summit is Worth a Shot’;

4. Maureen Boyd and Colin Robertson in Canadian Global Affairs Institute, ‘What Diplomats Need to Know About Canadian Elections’;

5. Colin Robertson, Canadian Global Affairs Institute, ‘A Primer to the G7 Summit in Biarritz August 24-25, 2019’;

6. Links to CGAI, Colin Robertson, Hugh Stephens and Gordon Houlden, ‘He will have much work ahead of him – Canada’s new ambassador to China and more’; Ferry de Kerckhove, CHMI, ‘Saudi Oilfields Attack’; Nouvel ambassadeur du Canada en Chine’; Radio-Canada, ‘La Politique étrangère de M. Trudeau – bilan à partir de 17.

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DES MEMBERS S’EXPRIMENT (2019-08-03)

1. Jeremy Kinsman in Policy Magazine, ‘Darroch and Diplomacy: When “Persona non Grata” is a Badge of Honour’;

2. Daniel Livermore in the Ottawa Citizen, ‘Havana Syndrome – Canadian Government Must Act More Quickly’;

3. Jeremy Kinsman, Policy Magazine, ‘Letter from Moscow’;

4. Colin Robertson in the G&M, ‘Canada’s Passive Playbook on China Takes too many pages from Beijing’;

5. Ferry de Kerckhove, International Policy Digest, ‘The Two-State Solution is Dead. Is There an Alternative?’;

6. Ferry de Kerckhove in IEFA Magazine, ‘Putin and Camouflage Diplomacy’;

7. Links to Gaston Barban, CGAI Podcast, ‘Renewing Canada’s Cultural Diplomacy Regime’; Ferry de Kerckhove, Radio Canada, ‘Kim Darroch’; ‘Boris Johnson and Brexit’; ‘Iran: British Tanker’; Jeremy Kinsman, CTV News, ‘Johnson and Brexit’;

8. Novelty: A New Feature from the Manor Park Chronicle!

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DES MEMBERS S’EXPRIMENT (2019-07-02)

1. Jim Bartleman’s Law Society of U of Western Ontario’s Bar Convocation address;
2. Colin Robertson in the G&M, ‘The G20 Summit Will Be a Crucial Test of Justin Trudeau’s Foreign Policy Mettle’;
3. David Mulroney in the G&M, ‘Ottawa Seems to be Out of Ideas on Devising a new Kind of China Policy;
4. Jeremy Kinsman in Policy Magazine, ‘May You Live in Canadian Times’;
5. Hugh Stephens, Inside Policy, ‘Canadian Copyright Reform Report an Important Milestone, But Not Yet the Final Destination’;
6. Hugh Stephens, Policy School, U of Calgary, ‘China Rewards and China Punishes … What Lessons can Canada Learn from the Meng Wanzhou Affair’?
7. Links to Ferry de Kerckhove, Global News, ‘Indian Elections’; Le Jour J, Radio Canada; Chine-Iran, Radio Canada; Jeremy Kinsman, CTV News, ‘Trump in Japan’, ‘EU Elections’;
8. Colin Robertson, CGAI, ‘A Canadian Primer to the G20 Summit in Osaka, Japan’.

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Conversations avec Esther Bégin à CPAC (2019-07-01)

Raymond Chrétien – 1ère partie

Conversations avec Esther Bégin vous présente une entrevue exclusive en deux parties avec le diplomate canadien Raymond Chrétien. Un raconteur hors pair, il nous fait découvrir le monde de la diplomatie en tant qu’ancien représentant au Congo, la France et les États-Unis. M. Chrétien jette aussi un regard sévère sur les relations politiques entre le Canada et son partenaire le plus important, les États-Unis.

ICI:http://www.cpac.ca/fr/programs/conversations-avec-esther-begin/episodes/66012066

Raymond Chrétien – 2e partie

ICI: http://www.cpac.ca/fr/programs/conversations-avec-esther-begin/episodes/66012070

 


DES MEMBERS S’EXPRIMENT (2019-05-31)

1.Colin Robertson in CGAI’s Policy Perspective, ‘Positioning Canada in a Messy World’;
2.David Mulroney in the G&M, ‘With lives at stake, Canada’s misguided vision of China demands a careful reboot’;
3.Ferry de Kerckhove in CGAI, ‘The Middle East in 2019 Plus ça change…or worse’;
4.Dennis Horak in the G&M, ‘The Last Thing Trump Wants is a War with Iran’;
5.Jeremy Kinsman in Policy Magazine, ‘The Last Piece on Brexit?’;
6.Paul Meyer in Open Canada, ‘Bleak Prospects for the “Cornerstone” Nuclear Non-Proliferation Threat’;
7.Links to Brian Northgrave, ‘Just Ottawa’; Colin Robertson, CGAI, ‘Disruptors of the 2020s; The Coming Global Disorder; Jeremy Kinsman, CTV News, US blows up the Arctic Council and attacks Canada’s positions; US/China trade war; Pompeo in Moscow; Iran and the Drums of War; China/Canada/Huawei;
8.Ian Ferguson in the National Gallery Magazine, ‘Donald Judd and the National Gallery of Canada: An Enduring Relationship’.

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DES MEMBERS S’EXPRIMENT (2019-05-06)

1.Jeremy Kinsman in Policy Magazine, ‘Taking a Breath to Avoid a New Cold War’;
2.Robert Hage, IRPP Policy Options Magazine, ‘Why Limit Pipeline Choices for Alberta Oil?’;
3.Deanna Horton and Jean Charest, the Ottawa Citizen ‘A Path Towards Internal Free Trade in Canada’;
4.Colin Robertson in the G&M, ‘China Has Taken Our Citizens and Canola Producers Hostage. Here’s How Ottawa Can Muscle Up’;
5.Links to Jeremy Kinsman, CTV News, ‘Israel; Iran’; ‘Sri Lanka Bombings’; ‘Venezuela, Canadian Sentenced in China;
6.Brian Northgrave’s ‘Just Ottawa’ – Articles by Numerous Colleagues.

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DES MEMBERS S’EXPRIMENT (2019-04-01)

1.David M. Malone, Canadian Literary Review, ‘Ignoring Tectonic Shifts’;
2.Colin Robertson in the G&M, ‘Can Trump get USMCA through Congress? Canada should Wait and See’;
3.Paul Meyer, Open Canada, ‘What’s at Stake When Restraints on Nuclear Powers go out the Window?’;
4.Marius Grinius in the Canadian Global Affairs Institute, ‘Trump and Kim: Round 2’;
5.Ferry de Kerckhove, La Presse, ‘Des Décisions Déconnectées de nos Priorités’;
6.Ferry de Kerckhove, La Presse, ‘l’Avenir Incertain de L’Algérie’;
7.Jon Scott and John Richards, G&M, ‘The Struggle for Democracy in Bangladesh Deserves our Attention’;
8.Links to Jeremy Kinsman, CTV News, ‘China and Saudi Arabia’; ‘SNC’; ‘New Zealand Murders’; ‘Brexit, May’s Position’; Ferry de Kerckhove, Global News, ‘India-Pakistan’; ‘Chine’; ‘Edward Snowden’; and Colin Robertson, CTV News, ‘Canada-China’.

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DES MEMBRES S’EXPRIMENT (2019-02-26)

1. Paul Heinbecker in the G&M, ‘In a World Where Power Increasingly Trumps Law, Canada Must Keep a Sane Perspective’;
2. Jeremy Kinsman, OpenCanada.org, ‘The End of Britain as We Know It’;
3. Letter to Editor, G&M, signed by five former HOMs, ‘…the Canadian Government needs to urgently re-assess its foreign policy capacity’;
4. Colin Robertson, G&M, ‘Canada Must Practice Strategic Patience with its Relations with China’;
5. Ferry de Kerckhove, Link to forum-americas.org, ‘Global Economy Under Seige’;
6. David Chatterson, various articles, ‘Canada-Saudi Arabia; Diplomacy 101 – Be diplomatic, and Smart’, Tweeting is Not Diplomacy’;
7. Various links to CBC and YouTube;
8. Jeremy Kinsman, link to CTV News, ‘Huawei/US/Canada and Venezuela’;
9. Paul Meyer, CPAC, ‘Canada Answered the Call’;
10. James Bissett, Esprit de Corps, ‘Tribute to Canadian Historical Contributions to Serbia’.

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DES MEMBRES S’EXPRIMENT (2019-01-28)

1. Derek Burney in the G&M, ‘Where does Canada Fit in a World Ruled by the ‘Law of the Jungle?’’;
2. Jeremy Kinsman in Policy.ca, ‘Canada Amid Chaos: Quo Vadis?’;
3. Colin Robertson in the G&M, ‘Donald Trump has Ushered in a New Global Order.  Here’s How Canada can Protect Itself’;
4. David Mulroney in the G&M, ‘We Must Finally See China for What it Truly Is’;
5. David Mulroney in the G&M, ‘Michael Kovrig’s Detention has Ushered in a Disturbing New Reality for Diplomats Working in China’;
6. Hugh Stephens, ‘The Conversation’, ‘It’s Time for Canada and China to Tone Down the Rhetoric’;
7. Hugh Stephens in the G&M, ‘The Chinese Embassy Shows How Not to Win Friends and Influence People’;
8. Hugh Stephens, UCalgary, School of Public Policy, ‘Canada and China: What Happens Next?’;
9. Randolf Mank, Canadian Global Affairs Institute, ‘Does Canada Need a Foreign Policy Review?’;
10. James Bissett, Esprit de Corps Magazine, ‘Serbia’s Agony in the Great War’;
11. Links to Jeremy Kinsman on Canada-China Parliamentary Delegation, and, CTV News, ‘Brexit Deal Defeat’.

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Des membres s’expriment (2018-12-18)

  1. Colin Robertson in the G&M, ‘Why the G20 Still Matters’;
    2. Hugh Stephens in China-U.S. Focus, ‘The Arrest of Meng Wanzhou: The Stakes for Canada-China Relations’;
    3. Phil Calvert in the Nikkei Asian Review, ‘Canada Must Resist Chinese Pressure over Huawei Arrest’;
    4. Hugh Stephens in OpenCanada.org, ‘Canada’s Dilemma over Meng Wanzhou and Huawei’;
    5. Phil Calvert in the G&M, ‘Michael Kovrig and China’s Reward-and-Punishment Diplomacy’;
    6. Paul Meyer, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, ‘Washington Sparks a Space Spat at the United Nations’;
    7. Link to Paul Meyer in ICT for Peace Foundation, ‘Global Cyber Security Norms: A Proliferation Problem?’;
    8. Jim Bartleman’s Indigineous Summer Reading Camp’s growth is celebrated in ‘Steven Beattie, Industry News, Quill and Quire’;
    9. And links to JustOttawa containing material from John Graham, Paul Desbiens (Voyage en Europe Central, avec photos), Brian Northgrave, David Stockwell and Gardiner Wilson.

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Des membres s’expriment (2018-12-04)

  1. Paul Meyer in OpenCanada.org, ‘Visions on the Future of Cyberspace Clash at the UN’;
  2. Jeremy Kinsman, CIPS Blog, ‘How Do You Make Donald Trump Laugh?  Democrats Should Think About it’;
  3. Phil Calvert, CIPS Blog, ‘Sectoral Free Trade with China: Harder Than it Looks’;
  4. Joseph Caron, Canadian Global Affairs Institute, ‘Is the Ground Shifting in Asia?’;
  5. Colin Robertson, Canadian Institute for Global Studies, ‘A Canadian Primer to the G20 Summit in Buenos Aires, Argentina’;
  6. Michelle Ruby, Post Media, (coverage of James Bartleman intervention), ‘They are Cries of Despair’;
  7. James Bartleman, Laurier Indigenous Circle Room, ‘A Matter of Conscience’;
  8. Jeremy Kinsman clips from CTV on Trump in Paris, US-Mexico Border and Jamal Khashoggi, US-China at APEC;
  9. Colin Robertson hosting Canadian Global Affairs Institute Podcast ‘Evaluating the 2018 U.S. Midterms;
  10. Also hosting CGAI Podcast, ‘A Crisis in Cameroon & Peacekeeping in Mali: Discussing Canada’s Approach to Africa’.

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Des membres s’expriment (2018-11-01)

  1. Hugh Stephens, Canadian Global Affairs Institute, ‘Canada’s Progressive Trade Agenda and a Free Trade Agreement with China: Are They Incompatible?’
  2. Hugh Stephens in China-US Focus, ‘The USMCA and the US Effort to Exclude China’;
  3. Colin Robertson in the G&M, ‘On China Trade, Canada Should Tread Carefully’;
  4. Links to Ferry de Kerckhove on ‘La Francophonie’ and ‘Khashoggi’;
  5. Links to Jeremy Kinsman on ‘Saudi Arabia, Khashoggi and INF Treaty’;
  6. Global Affairs Institute featuring host, Colin Robertson, ‘Euro-Russian Relations in 2018: A Discussion with Andrew Rasiulis’;
  7. Alan Bowker, Laurier Centre for Military, Strategic and Disarmament Studies, ‘The MacKay Fallen, Parts I and II’.

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Les members de l’ACMAR s’expriment – Octobre, 2018

    1. Marius Grinius, in the G&M, ‘The Koreas Are Getting Along – but Denuclearization Questions Remain’;
    2. Joe Bisset, in the National Post, ‘How Canada Can Fix Border Mess’;
    3. Canadian Global Affairs Institute, ‘An Update on NAFTA: Can We Get to a Deal?’ featuring Colin Robertson;
    4. Hugh Stephens in iPolitics, ‘How the Dairy Lobby’s Cash Grab Put Canada in Trump’s Crosshairs’;
    5. Colin Robertson in the G&M, ‘Three Unresolved NAFTA Issues Canada Can’t Afford to Ignore’;
    6. (After USMCA) Colin Robertson in the G&M, ‘Don’t Celebrate Just Yet. USMCA is Far from Being a Done Deal’;
    7. Jeremy Kinsman in Policy, ‘MovingOn: The West Adjusts to a Rogue U.S. President’;
    8. Jeremy Kinsman (discussion) Global Affairs Institute Podcast, ‘The World According to Populists’;
    9. CTV News clips: Jeremy Kinsman, ‘USMCA’, Melania in Africa’; ‘Canada at the UN’; ‘China: U.S. Tariffs’; ‘NAFTA, USA-ICC’; ‘USA: Cohen and Manafort’;
    10. Édition 2018 Les Nations Unies et le Canada: ‘Ce Que le Canada Pourrait et Devrait Faire aux Nations Unies en 2018’, John E. Trent, Éditeur;
    11. Ferry de Kerckhove, Incidences pour les Nations Unies, ‘Le Canada et l’Arabie Saoudite’;
    12. Daniel Livermore, ‘Comment s’organiser pour Remettre le Canada en Selle sur la Scène internationale’;
    13. Paul Meyer, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, ‘Talks to Ban Nuclear Materials Need a Fresh Start’;
    14. Bob Hage, Canadian Global Affairs Institute, ‘Rights of Passage: It’s Time the U.S. Recognizes Canada’s Arctic Claim’;
    15. Colin Robertson, iPolitics, ‘Canada Had a Friend in John McCain’;
    16. Paul Heinbecker in the G&M, ‘Canada Owes No Apology to the Saudis’;
    17. Colin Robertson in the G&M, ‘Canada-Saudi Rift: The Next Steps Forward for Ottawa’;
    18. Ferry de Kerckhove, links, in Arabic, to Al Jazeera, ‘The Canada-Saudi Dispute’;
    19. Gordon Houlden, joint School of Public Policy/Canadian Global Affairs Institute, ‘The Security Dimension of a China Free Trade Agreement: Balancing Benefits and Risk’;
    20. Phil Calvert, U of A’s China Institute, ‘The US-Mexico-Canada Agreement: What’s Next for Trade with China?’;
    21. Hugh Stephens, in the G&M, ‘USMCA’s Fine Print Giving U.S. the Right to Veto Canada-China Trade Deal is a Major Setback’;
    22. Ian Ferguson in the National Gallery Online Magazine, ‘Thomas Cole: A Fresh Look at the Father of American Landscape’;
    23. Hugh Stephens in Inside Policy, “… intellectual property concerns and grass-roots movements … “.

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