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Regional Governments in International Affairs: Lessons from the Arctic
Keynote with Hon. Tony Penikett (Sept 18 2015, Photography by Milan Ilnyckyj)
US And Canadian Cooperation In The Arctic
On Wednesday April 19, 2017t he Bill Graham Centre for Contemporary International History and the Woodrow Wilson Centre as brought together leaders across the North American Arctic to discuss building a future of cooperation in the Arctic region.
The conference also featured the launch of the Council on Foreign Relations Arctic Task Force Report.
Canadian Foreign Policy Traditions and Transitions
"Reflections on Canada and the United States: Other Views" chaired by Louis Pauly featuring Ron Pruessen and Robert Bothwell. Professor Bothwell's new book launched in September 2015: http://www.amazon.ca/Your-Country-My-Unified-History/dp/0195448804 (May 13 2015, Photography by Milan Ilnyckyj
"Grit" Book Launch
Hot off the presses! Greg Donaghy's biography of Paul Martin Sr. as part of the C.D. Howe Series in Canadian Political History with UBC Press. Get your copy here:
http://www.amazon.ca/Grit-Life-Politics-Paul-Martin/dp/0774829117 (May 13 2015, Photography by Milan Ilnyckyj
1914-1918: The Making of the Modern World
LG David C. Onley, O.Ont. welcomes guests in honour of 1914-1918: The Making of the Modern World conference. Margaret MacMillan reminds us all to take pause & reflect: "it only took 5 weeks for Europe to move from war to peace." (July 31 2014)
Modern Diplomacy: A Conversation and Book Launch
On October 25, Canada's 21st Prime Minister Paul Martin and former Foreign Minister Lloyd Axworthy discussed modern diplomacy and Canada's place in the world in a conversation moderated by Chancellor of Trinity College Bill Graham, former foreign and defence minister.
This event was also the Canadian launch of the Oxford Handbook of Modern Diplomacy, to which Martin and Axworthy are both contributors. Two of the volume's editors, Andrew Coopers and Jorge Heine, provided opening remarks.