Features Archive - Page 32 of 54 - Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy

A pair of glasses sits on top of a resume

What’s in a name? Canadian companies still struggling with hiring bias

January 25, 2017

New report shows Canadian companies discriminate against job applicants with Asian names, regardless of their skills and qualifications.

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Spencer McMurray

Munk School Meets: Spencer McMurray

January 23, 2017

Meet Spencer McMurray and learn what inspired him to take his passion for peacebuilding global.

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Donald Trump

Now What? The Future of the U.S. After Inauguration Day

January 20, 2017

In a roundtable discussion between Paris and Toronto, five experts shared their insights on the 2016 U.S. election results and what’s to come under a Trump presidency.

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Barack Obama

Goodbye Obama: Ron Pruessen reflects on the outgoing U.S. president’s legacy

January 11, 2017

As the U.S. prepares for a transition of power, Ron Pruessen reflects on Barack Obama’s legacy.

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Donald Trump speaks at a podium.

From Where I Sit: Utterly unpredictable

January 6, 2017

What a Trump presidency will mean to the world is utterly unpredictable.

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Themistoklis Aravossitas stands with his modern Greek language class in a group photo.

It’s (Not) All Greek to Us: A Look at the Hellenic Studies Program

January 3, 2017

The Hellenic Studies program housed at the Munk School’s Centre for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies encourages students to create ties with the local Greek community.

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Al-Qaeda vs Daesh: Front Lines in the Global Jihad

December 20, 2016

A panel of experts explored complex questions about how extremist groups are evolving as the world changes.

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Randall Hansen, Janice Stein, Michael Blake, Stephen Toope.

Is the world really falling apart?

December 15, 2016

With bleak headlines in the news, it’s tempting to think that the world is falling apart. But is it really true?

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Shanghai skyline at night.

From Where I Sit: Middle Kingdom on the Move

December 15, 2016

As the U.S. shows signs of turning inward, China is increasingly exerting its influence.

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Jameel Jaffer sits on discussion panel with Ron Deibert.

Jameel Jaffer raises tough questions about America’s targeted killing program

December 13, 2016

Jameel Jaffer, distinguished fellow at the Munk School of Global Affairs, recently discussed drones and targeted killing at Munk School event.

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