Today Guilherme Rosales and Chris Stoicheff dive into a discussion on the Syrian Refugee Crisis from the Canadian perspective, mainly on how the Federal Government has handled the issue with their international participation and response.
In the latest episode of PRT Specials, Guilherme Rosales and Chris Stoicheff have an informed conversation about the current rise of authoritarianism seen throughout the world and the challenge posed to democracies globally.
On this episode PRT weekly's Nicholas Lloyd-Kuzik sits down with Dr. Moura Quayle, author of Designed Leadership and Director pro tem of UBC's Master of Public Policy and Global Affairs, to discuss why leaders in public policy should harness the power of creativity.
On this episode PRT weekly's Nicholas Lloyd-Kuzik and Luthfi Dhofier sit down with the Honourable Mr. Tom Mulcair, former Leader of the New Democratic Party of Canada, Leader of the Official Opposition under Stephen Harper's government, and current Member of Parliament for Outremont, Quebec.
On this episode PRT weekly's Ali Bajwa and Daniela Rodriguez sit down with Dr. Steve Tsang, Director of the China Institute at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London, to discuss China's foreign and domestic policy.
On this week's episode our panel discusses the the 2018 Canadian Federal Budget, President Trump's proposed tariffs on Canadian steel, the proposed removal of the two-term limit for President Xi Jinping , and the potential peace deal between the Government of Afghanistan and the Taliban.
On this episode PRT weekly's Diego Bastidas sits down with Dr. Maxwell Cameron, Professor of Political Science at the University of British Columbia, to discuss Latin America as a region for democratic innovation.