The Graduate School of Public and International Affairs (GSPIA) is Canada’s leading school of public and international affairs. It’s a place that brings together excellence, multidisciplinary studies, theory and practice, bilingualism as well as unique opportunities for students outside the classroom (embassy internships, summer schools abroad). GSPIA counts among its faculty a number of world-class scholars doing cutting-edge research and senior fellows who contribute to enriching the intellectual life of the School.
- Nov. 3: La perception de la menace dans les relations Chine-Japon, BENOIT HARDY-CHARTRAND,, Centre pour l'innovation dans la gouvernance internationale (CIGI) (event in French only)
- Nov. 6: Ethnic, Linguistic and Religious Minorities in Europe: Rising Intolerance?, Knut Vollebæk, Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), Andrew Cohen, Carleton University's School of Journalism, John Packer, Stephen Baranyi, Jacqueline Best and Gordon Betcherman, University of Ottawa
- Nov. 10: America Abroad: The United States' Global Role in the 21st Century, WILLIAM C. WOHLFORTH, Dartmouth College
- Nov. 10: Debate: Should Canadians be compelled to vote in federal elections?, Andrew Coyne, National Post, Don Lenihan, Public Policy Forum
- Nov. 12: The Epistemological Unity of Political Science and Political Theory: Language, Thought, and Interpretation, John GUNNELL, University of California