2013 in review

The Best Readings of 2013

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December 20, 2013

Throughout the year, OpenCanada.org scours the web for the best reads on global affairs for our Readings section. Here are our 10 favourites from 2013. Garrisoned on a Shipwreck In a remote corner of the South China Sea, the Philippine government ran a Second World War-ear ship aground on a submerged reef to be used […]

10 Twitter Accounts You Should Be Following

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December 20, 2013

Canadian diplomats and government officials may be lagging behind in the “digital diplomacy revolution” but the online Canadian foreign policy conversation has still widened and deepened significantly over the past year, thanks to more social media savvy figures in the Canadian foreign policy sphere. While we here at OpenCanada would certainly like to see more […]

The Best of OpenCanada.org in 2013

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December 20, 2013

Over the course of 2013, OpenCanada.org published 324 blog posts and comments, 32 essays, 54 interviews, and 16 graphics. Here are our 10 favourite pieces from the past year. ON DEVELOPMENT Starting a New Canadian Aid Conversation “Canada’s foreign aid conversation is lost,” wrote John McArthur in the introduction to his series on Canadian aid […]