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Argentina's President Mauricio Macri points the way to the opening session room after the group photo of the G20 Leader's Summit in Buenos Aires, Argentina on November 30, 2018. (AP Photo/Ricardo Mazalan)

Lip-service Commitments Won't Halt Protectionism

How to Build a Democratic Smart City

From the archives
Larry Summers and Paul Martin

Can the G20 Save Globalization's Waning Reputation?

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Harnessing Trade Law to Support Refugees and Host Countries

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Toward an Effective Indigenous Knowledge Protection Regime: Case Study of South Africa

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Participation of Non-party Stakeholders under the UNFCCC: Options for Future Engagement

14 Dec

Global Youth Forum: "Refugees in a Global Context: Historical Lessons and Contemporary Insight"

Friday December 14, 2018 - 8:30 AM
14 Dec

16th Korea-Canada Forum

Friday December 14, 2018 - 9:00 AM
Seoul, South Korea

From Our Partners

Zimbabwe: Of protests, prayer and legacy
Zimbabwe: Of protests, prayer and legacy

The Africa Portal

The Africa Portal is a research repository and an expert analysis hub on African affairs.

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Balsillie School of International Affairs

The Balsillie School of International Affairs (BSIA) is an institute for advanced research, education, and outreach in the fields of global governance and international public policy.

INET
INET

What Money Can't Buy

In six original episodes over six weeks, the Institute for New Economic Thinking explores what kind of society we truly are, and begins to define what kind of society we hope to be. 

Canada-India Track 1.5 Dialogue on Innovation, Growth and Prosperity

An Initiative by CIGI and Gateway House: Indian Council on Global Relations 

This three year initiative will explore areas for closer cooperation between Canada and India, and opportunities to work jointly on multilateral issues.

By Abhilasha Dewan
By Abhilasha Dewan

An Apology for Multiculturalism

Not long ago we assumed globalization, with its intensity of interactions, would breed tolerance for others. Instead, we must fight for that ideal, even if flawed, now more than ever.

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