For a timely discussion of key foreign policy challenges facing Canada in 2020, see Diplomatic Dispatch – Episode 7: Rebuilding Canada’s global leadership by journalist Levon Sevunts, wherein he interviews Rideau Institute President Peggy Mason. This 22-minute interview took place following her participation as a panelist in the inaugural Summit on Canada’s Global Leadership. Click here for the full podcast.
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CTV Power Play with May and Mason
Green Party Leader Elizabeth May and Rideau Institute President Peggy Mason on Countering ISIS
Torture and Afghan detainees: The need for a public inquiry
The Rideau Institute and the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives have released a report calling for a transparent and impartial judicial commission of inquiry into the actions of Canadian officials relating to Afghan detainees.
Party leaders need to articulate a role for Canada in the world
At the Munk debate, the first topic should be each party’s vision of the broad strokes underpinning Canadian foreign policy in the 21st century. by Peggy Mason (Embassy News, 16 September, 2015)
A Canadian defence and security policy for the 21st century
Canada is in urgent need of a progressive, innovative and effective defence and security policy for the 21st Century. Peggy Mason provides insight into why the United Nations is central to making that happen.
Peggy Mason on extension of the military mission in Iraq and Syria
Peggy Mason, President of the Rideau Institute, was interviewed on the extension and expansion of the Canadian military mission in Iraq and Syria on CTV News on Thursday, March 26th.