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Stories by Pascal Desbiens

Canada’s détente with China useful leverage in UN Security Council seat bid

It's time for Canada to double down for a UN Security Council seat, as the voice of the voiceless, both domestically and internationally, and align more assertively with the views of those being pressured from all sides.
When it comes to the politicization of public officials, Canada has so far met the challenge, but the public service has to stay firm in its quest for impartiality.
This is how international politics seems to be working these days—the main superpowers are all potential sources and targets of foreign interference in each other’s and third parties’ elections.
Opinion|By Pascal Desbiens
With Canadian allies reconsidering core elements of globalization, Ottawa will have to carefully consider what this means for the new Canada-China Foreign Affairs Ministers’ Dialogue.
Opinion|By Pascal Desbiens
Politicians committed to democracy should engage the people directly and meaningfully, particularly when deciding on major changes to the electoral system.
Opinion|By Pascal Desbiens
No wall can prevent people and challenges from exiting or entering nations.
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