Culture, science and public diplomacy are potent tools to advance an innovative Canadian foreign policy focused on collaboration and problem solving. But we have a lot of rebuilding to do after the lost decade under Stephen Harper.
Conservative government policies have knocked back Canadian science at the time when we need it most.
Daryl Copeland gives a gives a concise overview of why Canada needs to end its military involvement in Iraq and not extend it into Syria.
Former Canadian diplomat Daryl Copeland laments the Canadian government’s retreat from an internationalist foreign policy (Daryl Copeland, “A retreat from the world stage,” Ottawa Citizen, 5 December 2011): From the late 1940s through to early in this century, Canada enjoyed a reputation as a determined, capable and effective internationalist. Regardless of which party formed the […]