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There’s no shortcut to China

November 6, 2012

David Mulroney writes an op-ed for the Globe and Mail on how China’s interest in Canada as an investment destination brings into focus the difficult choices that come with engaging a country that is fundamentally unlike ours and whose objectives and policy direction are hard to follow.

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Hu-Wen to Xi-Li: Analyzing the Transition

October 30, 2012

On November 8th at 12PM EST, OpenCanada.org hosted an online discussion on the CCP’s 18th Party Congress, featuring Dr Jeremy Paltiel, Dr Pitman Potter and Dr. Charles Burton, moderated by the Munk School’s Dr Lynette Ong. Follow the link to watch a recording of the discussion.

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Watch Ambassador David Jacobson Live

October 23, 2012

The Munk School for Global Affairs is proud to host Ambassador David Jacobson, U.S. Ambassador to Canada, on the afternoon of October 23 at 12:00 pm. Tune in to watch the event live!

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IMFG on Transportaiton: Moving our Region

October 19, 2012

As citizens and policymakers begin a vital discussion about transportation investment, a new report by the Institute on Municipal Finance and Governance (IMFG) looks at transportation funding in major city-regions such as Los Angeles, Vancouver, Chicago and San Francisco.

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Ambassador Jacobson Discusses U.S. Elections at the Munk School

October 16, 2012

As the world’s attention is focused on the Presidential Election in the United States, the U.S. Ambassador to Canada spoke at the Munk School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto to discuss the election, and its implications for Canada

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Discovering India by Motorcycle: 14,000 km, 60 Days

October 10, 2012

Asian Institute Affiliate Ryan Pyle and his brother Colin will spend 60 days tackling over 14,000 km of Indian roads by motorcycle, witnessing the country’s rapid road construction and infrastructure development firsthand.

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New Series on Brazil in the Global Arena

October 4, 2012

On 27 September 2012, the Munk School invited Professor Matias Spektor, Ambassador Piragibe Tarrago, and Paulo Sotero to lead discussion on the question “What does Brazil want?” The first in event in a series which aims to communicate key issues and implications of enhanced Brazilian influence in a global system.

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Student Documentary Film Explores Complexities of Taiwan Election

October 3, 2012

Early this year Taiwan held historic presidential elections. For the first time a woman was among the candidates from which electors could choose.

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Free Trade 2.0 Symposium: Watch the Webcast on demand

October 2, 2012

The Munk School for Global Affairs is proud to have hosted a half-day symposium on the next rounds of trade agreements, Free Trade 2.0, on the afternoon of October 3. Watch the event on demand and join the discussion on Twitter #FTA25.

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Who succeeds in integrating Muslim immigrants: France, Quebec, Canada?

September 28, 2012

A new study from the Munk School goes behind the public debates to examine inter-group relations for Muslim minorities in France, Quebec, and English Canada

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