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Section: Centre for International Governance Innovation (Canada)

      Why Russian hackers would meddle in U.S. politics
      Jul28

      Why Russian hackers would meddle in U.S. politics

      That Russia is strongly believed to be behind the breach and leak of e-mails from the Democratic National Committee should not be a great surprise. U.S. federal investigators had warned DNC officials earlier about the threat of such breaches. There have been similar kinds of attacks in the past. China, for example, was allegedly behind the...

      A Brexit would hurt Canada, too
      Jun21

      A Brexit would hurt Canada, too

      Pull Quote: “…the message for Canada is clear. We should move swiftly to improve our access in more promising Asian markets” Like any collision on a busy highway resulting from a fast-moving car veering without warning into the exit lane, Britain’s departure from the European Union will trigger a …read more Source:...

      Obama’s surprising self-assessment
      Mar22

      Obama’s surprising self-assessment

      President Barack Obama put himself in the confession box in his recent and much publicized interview in The Atlantic magazine with Jeffrey Goldberg. This is normally something that American presidents do after they leave office. But Mr. Obama is no ordinary president. In his lengthy discourse, the President cast himself in the role of both sinner...

      By giving up on Syria, U.S. hands kingmaker role to Putin
      Feb17

      By giving up on Syria, U.S. hands kingmaker role to Putin

      Pull Quote: Watching events unfold, one comes to the inescapable conclusion that Washington is relinquishing Syria’s future to Moscow because it believes that is the best among a worst set of options. Geopolitics has returned to the Middle East with a vengeance. Russian President Vladimir Putin is playing kingmaker …read more Source:...

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