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  • Harper-and-Modi Why India and Canada Should Collaborate on Global Monetary Reform
    Both countries benefit from the multilateral system. They can work together to strengthen it, argue Brett House and Kevin English.
  • Student Make International Education a Two-Way Street
    Relatively few Canadian students study abroad and it's hurting Canada’s global engagement, argues Karen McBride.
  • Rocket-Attack Looking Back to the Future in Gaza
    Israel's campaign will not destroy Hamas, argues Paul Scham. It will only reinstate the status quo.
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  • Green-Energy-gap-646 The Green Energy Gap
    While the consumption of renewable energy is growing, the world still has a long way to go if it wants to phase out fossil fuels.
  • international education 646 The Burgeoning Business of International Education
    The benefits of cross-border education go beyond the fees that international students pay. It is increasingly a way for a country to project itself on the world stage. This graphic breaks down the flow of international students and where Canada fits in.
  • Democacy-vs.-Freedom Democracy vs. Freedom
    How many people in the world have the vote? How many people are free? We crunch the numbers in this graphic.
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