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Articles from Vol. 55, No. 3, May

Around the Branches (Canadian Institute of International Affairs)
If you are interested in learning about the topics and speakers that other branches are featuring, check out the ciia web site at www.ciia.org. Every branch has its own web page with a list of past and upcoming events, executive contacts, and other...
Broadcasting and Trade: What's at Stake?
In a world of conflicting objectives, priorities, and interests, broadcasters are seeking international agreement on basic standards, policies, and procedures. What is on the broadcasting trade agenda? Change Within the Industry At the recent...
Civil Society, Foreign Policy, and Canadian Interests
The notion of civil society has in recent years become a pervasive theme in the contemporary discourse on international relations. It has also come to occupy a prominent place in discussions of Canadian foreign and aid policy. I was recently asked...
Development Odyssey 2001: Our Aid Programme Then and Now
Canada's reputation as a generous, compassionate donor with broad humanitarian interests has come under increasing scrutiny. It may be necessary to look back before we can move forward. There has recently been a flurry of articles about Canada's...
Expo '98 and the Ocean Environment
Many of the most critical issues facing decision-makers are global in scope and require concentrated international action. Will Expo '98 improve the survival prospects for the world's oceans? The world exposition taking place in Lisbon this summer,...
Moving to Glendon College (Canadian Institute of International Affairs)
The CIIA National Office is on the move. After many years at the University of Toronto, mostly at University College and later at Trinity, we are relocating to Glendon College (York University), at 2275 Bayview Avenue, Toronto. The move is the result...
Transatlanticism: Is Europe `Old Hat'?
Remember the still-born `Contractual Link' and `Third Option' initiatives of the 1970s, the divisive debates over NATO membership in the 1980s and enlargement in the 1990s? The momentum in transatlantic relations seems to be waning. This is worrisome....
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