Smith: What was Canada’s best international moment of 2011?
Executive Director of the Centre for Global Studies and CIGI Distinguished Fellow
- Smith: Are criticisms of the preliminary nuclear accord with Iran prescient or paranoid?
- Smith: Should the Canadian government spy on economic targets abroad and share that intelligence with Canadian corporations?
- Smith: Do extreme weather phenomena like Hurricane Sandy help or hinder a productive conversation about climate change?
The decision to intervene in Libya. It was the right decision but Ottawa was strangely silent about what our aircraft (and ships) were doing. The worst moment was to listen to Peter Kent in Durban and then withdrawing from Kyoto.