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Year in Review 2017

Year in Review 2017
As 2017 comes to a close, we look back on some of the stories we have been proud to share. Among them: Luke Savage’s essay on the history left out of the Canada 150 narrative; Hayden King on how the study and practice of foreign policy erases Indigenous thought; our own Catherine Tsalikis’s extensive report on an evolving Canadian foreign service; and Michael Petrou’s look at the agencies that conduct surveillance in Canada. 

We look forward to delving into more in the New Year. In the meantime, many thanks to our readers in Canada and beyond for your engagement and for your support of 

Have a wonderful holiday season!

How to build a better, bolder and braver world in 2018

Payam Akhavan, this year’s CBC Massey lecturer, speaks with Catherine Tsalikis about what is needed to guard against the ‘catastrophic toll’ of ignoring global injustices — from a strengthened ICC to more political risk-taking on crimes against the Rohingya people.
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After the storm

As extreme, catastrophic climate events become the new norm, Dominica — a Caribbean nation devastated by Hurricane Maria three months ago — has become a testing ground for resilience, as Stefan Labbé discovers on the ground.

10 foreign policy events to watch out for in 2018

From key Brexit decisions to a possible conclusion of TPP11, John Woodside lists 10 events of global importance to keep on your radar.  
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The best global affairs longreads of 2017

Spend the holidays with these 10 compelling feature pieces covering everything from the rise of weaponized data to an emotional reunion across the Mexico-US border.   

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