Given the ever-growing importance of China and the enormous impact its growth is having and will continue to have on the world, it is critical that Canada be better prepared and equipped to manage its relations with China.
The CIC China Working Group examined Canada-China relations and prepared recommendations for the bilateral relationship in the context of three thematic areas: domestic contexts for engagement, economic relations between Canada and China, and collaboration between the two countries on global issues.
On October 13, 2010, the CIC China Papers were presented in China at a CIC-China Institute of International Studies conference marking the 40th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Canada and the People’s Republic of China.
CIC Research Fellows
|Jason (Guangyu) Wang|
CIC Research Associates
Working Group Members
|Pitman Potter (Chair)
Yuen Pau Woo
|Canada-China Space Engagement: Opportunities and Prospects
Wade L. Huntley | February 2011. China Papers. No.20
The Dragon Returns:
Canadian Studies in China
Misunderstanding and Miscalculation: How China Sees Canada in the World
Global Transnational Crime: Canada and China
The Canada-Taiwan Parliamentary Friendship Group
Chinese Industry and Foreign Economic Policy: Lessons for Canada
The Global Governance of Biotechnology: Mediating Chinese and Canadian Interests
China’s Capacity to Respond to the H1N1 Pandemic Alert and Future Global Public Health Crises: A Policy Window For Canada
China and the Arctic: Threat or Cooperation Potential for Canada?
Flows of People and the Canada-China Relationship
Bridging “Forbidden” and “True North” Nations: Taiwan’s Agency in Canada’s China Policy
Structure and Process in Chinese Foreign Policy: Implications for Canada
China’s Cyberspace Control Strategy: An Overview and Consideration
Canada in China’s Grand Strategy
China as an Environmentally Responsible Global Citizen
Benchmarking Canada-China Economic Relations
Working with China towards a New International Institutional Architecture: A Strategic Partnership with Canada on Global Issues of Mutual Interest
Immigrants from China to Canada: Issues of Supply and Demand of Human Capital
Ensuring Canadians Safe Access to Pharmaceutical Products through
The Development of China’s Forestry Sector and its Implications for Canada
A Reassessment of Canada’s Interests in China