The 2013 Year in Review

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A lot happened in the world in 2013. And a lot happened here on OpenCanada.org.

Below, we look back on the year in different ways: We picked out some highlights from the content we published on OpenCanada.org. We pulled our 10 favourite Readings from the greater World Wide Web. We asked our Rapid Responders what they thought the most significant development in international affairs was. We chose 10 quality Twitter accounts in the #cdnfp conversation. And we put together a graphic that adds up the year in numbers.

So here’s to 2013.

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In the series

Rebuilding Brazilian Foreign Policy From Scratch

Rebuilding Brazilian Foreign Policy From Scratch

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The world today is very different from what Lula found when he last inhabited the presidential palace. Important allies now find themself on opposite sides in a confrontational international environment

Germans want their government to do more for Ukraine

Germans want their government to do more for Ukraine

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Ordinary Germans are taking a harder line on Russia than at any point in the country’s post-war history.

2013 by the Numbers

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We add up Canadian foreign policy in 2013.