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Strife Feature – Trudeau’s First Year: The Fundamental Shifts in Canadian Foreign Policy

November 24, 2016

By: Marc-Olivier Cantin ‘We’re back!’ It was with this unequivocal assertion that, in his inaugural speech, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau reclaimed Canada’s seat at the international table, hinting at the fundamental foreign policy overhauls he intended to implement. Indeed, a year has passed since Trudeau settled in Ottawa and it appears that the lines of fracture … Continue reading “Strife Feature – Trudeau’s First Year: The Fundamental Shifts in Canadian Foreign Policy”


Holbein’s ‘Ambassadors’ and International Politics

July 22, 2014

By Deniz Solmaz: The Ambassadors is a full-length double portrait of two French Diplomats, Jean de Dinteville (29), and Georges de Selve, bishop of Lavaur (25), painted in London in 1533. The two ambassadors are shown obviously confident of their importance. Jean de Dinteville, is the French ambassador to England and his friend, the Bishop … Continue reading “Holbein’s ‘Ambassadors’ and International Politics”


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