Canadians have traditionally thought globally and acted locally. We take pride in how we stick up for one another and look out for our neighbour, whoever she or he may be. Meanwhile, in an era of spiralling uncertainty, we wield diminishing influence on things that occur around us. How do tensions in the Taiwan Straits influence security at home? How will our international trade agreements help us rebuild our post-COVID economy? What new alliances should we be pursuing? Where has Canada lost the most ground in foreign affairs in recent years, and what can we do to recoup? These are the questions tackled by our esteemed panellists, the Honourable Michael Chong, MP for Wellington-Halton Hills, and Jonathan Manthorpe, Author and International Affairs Columnist.
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