The Paul Wells Show

Paul Wells, the Munk School’s inaugural journalist-in-residence for 2022-23, is host of The Paul Wells Show. The podcast, created in partnership with the Munk School, the National Arts Centre and Antica Productions, is distributed by the Toronto Star and iPolitics.

Join us on September 29 for a live, in-person taping of The Paul Wells Show, with guest Dr. Peter A. Singer from the World Health Organization.

Book Launch — Outsourcing Repression: Everyday State Power in Contemporary China

In Outsourcing Repression, Lynette H. Ong examines how the Chinese state engages nonstate actors, from violent street gangsters to nonviolent grassroots brokers, to coerce and mobilize the masses for state pursuits, while reducing costs and minimizing resistance.

On September 29, Ong will be joined by Andrew Mertha, Minxin Pei, and Dan Slater for a discussion and book launch. Copies of Outsourcing Repression will be available for purchase.

In Conversation with Joseph Wong

We sat down with Joseph Wong, the University of Toronto’s Vice President, International to discuss economic growth and democratic experimentation in twelve Asian countries, in his new book From Development to Democracy: The transformations of modern Asia.


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First of its kind: New Munk School course brings together undergraduate students to discuss global controversies

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Munk School in the Media

Munk School experts are frequently sought to provide comment and context in Canadian and international media. From polling and elections to Citizen Lab reports on NSO spyware, from trade negotiations to global migration, our faculty and researchers are helping to shape conversations on the issues the matter most.