Anouk Dey / @anoukdey

Former deputy editor of OpenCanada.org

Anouk Dey is the former deputy editor of opencanada.org and an Action Canada fellow. Anouk recently completed her M.Phil in International Relations at Oxford University, where she was a Donovan-Moody scholar and received an Oxford Blue (ski racing). Anouk is founder and president of Reclaim Childhood, a non-profit organization that seeks to expose Iraqi refugee girls to sport. Anouk holds a B.A. (Hons) in International Relations from Williams College.

Most Recent Posts

Fixing Canada First

Fixing Canada First

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April 27, 2012

Canada talks a lot about protecting women’s rights abroad. Why not do the same at home asks Anouk Dey.

The Mulcair Doctrine

The Mulcair Doctrine

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March 27, 2012

He won’t bring pandas home from China, and other insights into Mulcair’s foreign policy agenda.

America Takes Note

America Takes Note

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March 15, 2012

Dick Cheney is scared of us and Iceland wants our dollar. Lessons for John Baird.

The Chosen War

The Chosen War

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July 11, 2011

Canada’s withdrawal from Afghanistan on Thursday occasioned thoughtful commentary on what the past 10 years – and approximately $1,500 per Canadian household – has meant. On this site, Andrew Cohen placed the engagement within a historical context, while Taylor Owen and Graeme Smith imagined a post-NATO Afghanistan; elsewhere, Smith compared his first visit to Kandahar […]