CIC National Capital Branch

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On the Global Drug Policy Debate

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July 15, 2011

On April 27 the CIC’s National Capital Branch held a seminar on drug policy that resulted in a report titled, Drugs, Violence and Hemispheric Security: Implications and Options for Canada. The seminar took place just in advance of two landmarks in the international drug policy debate: in early June the Global Commission on Drug Policy […]

Embracing the Americas, starting with Mexico

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May 17, 2011

Source: Policy Options
Canada has created the most successful bilateral relationship in the world with the United States but our commitment to the Americas has lacked heart and soul. Colin Robertson writes that it’s time to embrace our membership in the Americas, starting with Mexico.

Advancing Canadian Interests with the US

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May 4, 2011

This article appeared on May 4, 2011 in a post-election issue of Embassy Magazine http://www.embassymag.ca which, in addition to Colin Robertson, features various authors on Canadian foreign policy including Fen Osler Hampson on Conservative foreign policy, Kim Richard Nossal on defence, John Curtis on trade policy, Lucien Bradet on Africa and Carlo Dade on the Americas.