RHOMA Members Reach Out

RHOMA MEMBERS REACH OUT (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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RHOMA MEMBERS REACH OUT (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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RHOMA MEMBERS REACH OUT (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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RHOMA Members Reach Out (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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RHOMA Members Reach Out: December 4, 2018

  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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RHOMA Members Reach Out  (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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RHOMA Members Reach Out: October, 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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