We’ve been working hard to prepare an excellent series of fall events at CIPS. Here are a few highlights:
Next week, CIPS will present talks by the celebrated Pakistani journalist and author Ahmed Rashid, and by one of the world’s leading experts on democracy promotion, Thomas Carothers.
Later this month, John Mundy, Canada’s most recent ambassador to Iran, and Shimon Fogel, CEO of the Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs, will debate the question: Is Canada’s policy towards Iran misguided?
We also look forward to welcoming former Globe and Mail columnist Graeme Smith, who will speak at the launch of his book, The Dogs Are Eating Them Now: Our War in Afghanistan.
In early October, we will host Louise Arbour, President of the International Crisis Group and former UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, who will answer the question: “Are justice, the Responsibility to Protect and peacekeeping missions contributing to peace?”
In mid-October, CIPS will co-host an international conference on the role of emerging powers in the promotion of democracy.
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