1. Taiwan Research Celebration

    September 24 2015

  2. Seventy Years After Hiroshima: Conceptualizing Nuclear Issues in Global Contexts

    September 08 2015

    September 18-19, 2015 Organized by Prince Takamado Japan Centre and Department of History and Classics University of Alberta The purpose of this conference is to create a space for an open and balanced debate on how to coexist with the atom, examining military, diplomatic, and civilian use of this energy source past, present, and future. This interdisciplinary conference begins with the historic question of why the US used atomic weapons against Japan, but also moves beyond this specific era, conceptualizing and analyzing the relationship between the atom and humans over the following seven decades

  3. The Unfinished Project of the Arab Spring: Why “Middle East Exceptionalism” is Still Wrong

    August 26 2015

    International Conference The Unfinished Project of the Arab Spring: Why “Middle East Exceptionalism” is Still Wrong University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada September 25-27, 2015

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  1. Immigration lawyer says Canada naive about China corruption cases

    June 02 2015

    Canada is naive in its response to corruption cases brought by China against Chinese expatriates and economic ties may be discouraging it from questioning Beijing's motives, a Canadian immigration lawyer said in an interview.

  2. Understanding the Impacts of Chinese Foreign Direct Investment

    January 19 2015

    Since the adoption of the “go global” strategy in the early 2000s, China’s total outward foreign direct investment (FDI) stock has increased from US$30 billion to US$610 billion in 2014. The Economist estimates that the flow of Chinese outward investment will be US$264 billion in 2017 alone.

  3. Prime Minister Stephen Harper Commented on Chinese Investment in the Wake of His November Trip in China

    December 17 2014

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