Post Tagged with: "Canada"

The First Trudeau Era and Canadian-American Relations Today

The First Trudeau Era and Canadian-American Relations Today

While both Justin and Pierre Trudeau have sought ways to ensure Canada’s flexibility beyond the USA’s influence, for both, the special relationship must endure.

Revisiting Responsibility in International Relations: Canadian Foreign Policy

Revisiting Responsibility in International Relations: Canadian Foreign Policy

In the last decade, IR research on responsibility has dwindled. Given this, we must revisit responsibility to understand how states engage with and deliver on the term.

The Colonial Politics of Recognition in Trudeau’s Relationship with Indigenous Nations

The Colonial Politics of Recognition in Trudeau’s Relationship with Indigenous Nations

Trudeau recognizes Indigenous peoples not as territorial-based nations, but as historically oppressed cultural groups requiring state protection.

International Relations of ‘A Tribe Called Red’

International Relations of ‘A Tribe Called Red’

Turtle Island–based electric-pow-wow superstars, A Tribe Called Red, allows students and scholars of IR to experience what a decolonial IR might look and sound like.

Colonial Animality: Canadian Colonialism and the Human-Animal Relationship

Colonial Animality: Canadian Colonialism and the Human-Animal Relationship

De-anthropocentricizing ventures that do not decolonize are perilous, for neither non-human nor human colonial subjects can be ‘recognized’ into liberation.

Multiculturalism at the Crossroads: Learning Beyond the West

Multiculturalism at the Crossroads: Learning Beyond the West

The goal of multiculturism is to improve on peace, tolerance, and respect across differences whether small or great no matter where one begins or where one is going.

‘What Goes on in the Coffin’: Border Knowledges in North American Literature

‘What Goes on in the Coffin’: Border Knowledges in North American Literature

Indigenous knowledges are a vital pillar of the North American imaginary, yet highlight the processes of exclusion making them invisible to literature.

Student Feature – Middle Powers in International Relations

Student Feature – Middle Powers in International Relations

Middle power theorising can draw on a long and important intellectual history, emphasising the potential for states desiring middle power recognition to become good global citizens in a globalizing world.

Canada’s Audacious Refugee Response

Canada’s Audacious Refugee Response

The Canadian approach shows the possibility of a future for thousands of Syrian youth through resettlement, as important as any other effort to confront the Syrian war.

Evolving Canadian Multilateralism

Evolving Canadian Multilateralism

Every state’s foreign policy should be designed to maximize security and pursue national interests. But Canada’s current approach may not lead to the desired outcomes.

Sacrificing Defence for Votes in Canada

Sacrificing Defence for Votes in Canada

The recent announcement that Canadian defence capital spending planning for the coming year would be delayed is yet another major blow to Canada’s defence strategy.

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