This year, both men and women in foreign policy circles should place more value on issues involving gender — here are five ways to do so. 


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A challenge to men in 2019: Embrace gender issues within foreign policy

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This year, both men and women in foreign policy circles should place more value on issues involving gender — here are five ways to do so, from Lauren Dobson-Hughes
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A view from Canada’s oil sector

As part of our coverage of a ‘just transition’ to a green economy, we speak with oil and gas specialist Julia McElgunn.

Canada and the World, Ep. 23: Canada versus the United States

How do Canada and the United States compare when it comes to politics, migration issues and public discourse, including political discussions on social media? This episode features host Bessma Momani and guests Emmett Macfarlane, Aaron Ettinger and Emma Dreher. 

10 world events to watch in 2019

In Case You Missed It: Here are the foreign policy events to watch in 2019, from Brexit to the Afghan presidential elections to the Women Deliver conference. By Stefan Labbé.


Rwandan genocide

Almost 25 years ago, at least 800,000 Rwandans were killed in a planned campaign of extermination. In this excerpt in The Walrus, survivors of the genocide who settled in Canada share their powerful, heartbreaking recollections with Christine Magill, who says their stories taught her “about the resiliency of the human spirit, and...demonstrate why we must counter divisiveness in all its guises.”

Wall of women

In India, millions of women decided to kick 2019 off with an unprecedented display of solidarity, building a “gender wall” in support of women’s right that stretched out over 600 kilometres. And they weren’t alone — as Kamala Thiagarajan reports for NPR, “even as women of all ages lined up on one side of the highway, many of their menfolk — husbands, friends and relatives — lined up on the other side to show their support.”


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Crossing Lines: Recent Developments In The Korean Peninsula

Jan. 14, 2019, Thunder Bay
A presentation by Carl Young, associate professor in the history department at Western University.
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Cinema Series: “The Serengeti Rules”

Jan. 16, 2019, Waterloo
A showing of “The Serengeti Rules,” which presents one of the most important but untold science stories of our time.
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Claws Of The Panda: Beijing’s Campaign Of Influence And Intimidation In Canada

Jan. 16, 2019, Victoria
Jonathan Manthorpe, who has worked for 40 years as a foreign correspondent and international affairs commentator for Canadian newspapers, will speak on Canada-China relations.

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