Our Professors in the Media

05/19/2015 - Boundary between politics, public service is 'no man's land': Expert

This article pertains to Ralph Heintzman, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, and his input on the developpement of the original values and ethics code.


 

05/19/2015 - Royal Family support by Canadians waning, poll indicates

Philippe Lagassé, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, comments on a recent poll proving that many Canadians are losing interest in the happenings at Buckingham Palace. "Whatever you think of the people that surround it, as an institution, it's fairly central to the constitution."

 

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04/06/2015 - Ralph Heintzman: Creeping politicization in the public service

In this Op-Ed, Ralph Heintzman, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, discusses the politicization in the public service.

03/31/2015 - Use the lessons of Exxon Valdez to manage Canada’s pipeline risks

In this Op-Ed, Robert Hage, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, discusses Canada’s pipeline risks.

03/30/2015 - Wesley Wark: Getting the balance right on C-51

In this Op-Ed, Wesley Wark, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, discusses Bill C-51, the anti-terrorism legislation.  

03/30/2015 - The National: House passes motion to expand ISIS mission

(1:35-2:15) Thomas Juneau, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, discusses the House of Commons’ approval of the federal government's plan to expand and extend its military mission in Iraq.​

03/30/2015 - The National: House passes motion to expand ISIS mission

(1:35-2:15) Thomas Juneau, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, discusses the House of Commons’ approval of the federal government's plan to expand and extend its military mission in Iraq.​

03/30/2015 - House of Commons votes to extend, expand mission against Islamic State

Philippe Lagassé, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, discusses the government's decision to extend the ongoing mission in Iraq by up to a year and expand bombing operations into Syria. “It’s pretty contained... The Canadian government can pull out of there whenever it deems fit... The government is very mindful of the fact that they don’t want another Kandahar.”

03/29/2015 - Can Canada's army return to peacekeeping?

Philippe Lagassé, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, comments on Canada's ability to fight threats like the Islamic State militant group, as a peacekeeping leader. “It’s not impossible. But to take the Canadian Forces as they currently exist and to recraft them into a force capable to leading a peacekeeping mission in the absence of its allies is a pretty significant reconsideration.”

03/28/2015 - 'Moral clarity' aside, Canada's Syria mission lacks an endgame

Roland Paris, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, discusses the debate surrounding Canadian government's decision to expand its anti-ISIS mission in Syria without the express consent of the Syrian government.
 

03/28/2015 - 'Moral clarity' aside, Canada's Syria mission lacks an endgame

Roland Paris, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, discusses the debate surrounding Canadian government's decision to expand its anti-ISIS mission in Syria without the express consent of the Syrian government.

03/28/2015 - Cinq questions pour comprendre le conflit au Yémen

Dans cette entrevue, Thomas Juneau, École supérieure d'affaires publiques et internationales, fait le point sur le conflit qui fait rage au Yémen depuis plusieurs mois.

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03/27/2015 - Royal baby law comes into effect across the Commonwealth

Philippe Lagassé, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, comments on the new royal succession rules "If the [Supreme Court] also finds that the assent had no effect, I suspect the U.K. will decide to keep the changes and let us come into line over time. Given the international stakes, there will be enormous pressure on the courts to find that assenting is sufficient." 

03/27/2015 - Income inequality: What happens when Canada’s luck runs out

Miles Corak, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, discusses income inequality in Canada. “We should be enhancing programs that promote a social wage. We should top up the market wage of people at the lower end, and this doesn’t require a big revolution. We have policies that do this. The Working Income Tax Benefit, I think, is a design for a type of a guaranteed income — a conditional guaranteed income … for an era of higher inequality."

03/27/2015 - How Saudi Arabia (and friends) moved so fast to intervene in Yemen

Thomas Juneau, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, discusses the Saudi Arabia-led intervention in Yemen.

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