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Public Record - The World in 2015: Implications for Canada (Part 4 of 5)


Panellists explore the effect that global trends and domestic changes may have on Canadian policy, Ottawa, Ont., January 22, 2010. This discussion is held on the second day of a conference hosted by the National Capital Branch of the Canadian International Council.

The panellists are Doug Saunders (the European bureau chief for The Globe and Mail), Michael Byers (the Canada Research Chair in International Law and Politics at the University of British Columbia), and Paul Heinbecker (the director of the Centre for Global Studies at Wilfrid Laurier University). Jim Judd (the former director of CSIS) makes opening remarks and later moderates a question-and-answer session.


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