Canada’s inaugural attendance at the East Asia Summit (EAS) marked a decent beginning for the country’s renewed engagement with Southeast Asia. Prime Minister Justin...Read More Ottawa must now develop a solid ASEAN strategy
Online bots scan social media sites and then send out automatic messages to users. Political parties use them to get their messages out. So...Read More The role of online bots in electoral politics
Canadians who rely on public transit know how uncomfortable it is to wait outside for a bus on the coldest day of winter. Some...Read More Open data standards will improve public information
Cinq dollars pour Facebook, dix dollars pour YouTube… Ce qui paraît comme une mauvaise blague pourrait devenir réalité aux États-Unis à la suite de...Read More Vers la fin de la « neutralité du Net » ?
With the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) on shaky ground, Canada’s participation in the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP, previously...Read More The Pacific Alliance: Canada’s best option for trade in Asia
Canada is not an economic giant when compared with other global energy producers, but we compete head to head with the world’s energy leaders...Read More Generation energy or economic policy for a generation?
Saskatchewan’s new climate change strategy, called Prairie Resilience, doesn’t include a carbon price — and that’s no surprise. The province has maintained its strident...Read More How Saskatchewan’s climate change strategy falls short
Social policy is challenging work for governments and their agencies. One reason it is so difficult is that there is a great deal we...Read More Policy-makers and social capital research
The federal government unveiled its feminist international assistance policy in June, but how exactly this will take shape has yet to be articulated. Oxfam...Read More The three “r’s” of feminist foreign policy