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. 24: Canada's Century of Submarines, Robert Fowler, Philippe Lagassé, Louise Fréchette and Ferry De Kerckhove, GSPIA, Drew Robertson, Maritime Command, David Perry, CDA Institute
- Nov. 24: Canada and the Caribbean Community: Taking Stock and Moving Forward, Marie-Lucie Morin, World Bank, Harry Nawbatt, High Commissioner of Guyana to Canada, Phil Rourke, Carleton U & uOttawa, John Graham, CIC/NCB LACSG, Stephen Baranyi, Roy Culpeper, Jacqueline Best and Gordon Betcherman, University of Ottawa
- Nov. 25: Power Shifts & Vibrant Economies: Canada Awakens to Opportunities & Risks in Southeast Asia, Mely Caballero-Anthony, Peter Hall, Export Development Canada, Ken Jimbo, Keio University in Japan, Yuen Pau Woo, Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada, John Ravenhill, Balsillie School of International Affairs
- Nov. 25: Book Launch - Two Days in June: John F. Kennedy and the 48 Hours That Made History, Andrew Cohen, Julia Calvert, Randall Germain and William Walters, Carleton University
- Nov. 26: At the Intersection between Global and Local: Re-thinking Policy Space