Building Canada’s Post-Pandemic Foreign Policy

Monday, 26 October 2020 - 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Location
Off-campus address: 
online
Contact information
Contact person: 
Anna Bogic
Email: 
abogic@uottawa.ca
Registration
Registration required: 
Yes
Cost to attend: 
Free of charge
Event language: 
Event sponsors: 
CIPS, Canadian International Council (CIC), Open Canada

Centre for International Policy Studies, Open Canada, and the Canadian International Council present

Canada has long benefited from a relatively benign international setting, with few direct threats to its security, privileged access to the world’s largest and richest market, and international rules and institutions that sustained a relatively open and stable world order. We can no longer take those conditions for granted, nor should we expect a return to “normal” when the COVID-19 crisis passes. What foreign policy challenges will Canada face in a post-pandemic world – and how should we prepare for them now?

Join host Michael Petrou, the new editor in chief of Open Canada (www.OpenCanada.org), for this lunchtime discussion with one of Canada’s leading international affairs scholars and policy analysts, Roland Paris.

Related article: “Navigating the New World Disorder: Canada’s Post-Pandemic Foreign Policy” (Roland Paris, July 2020).

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