A CIGI Essay Series - Situating Canada in a Changing World:
28 July 2022
He began teaching Canadian of the international trade, investment and foreign policy, first to graduate students at development regimes; the emergence of a the University of Toronto, and then through digital age; and national and international the lens of international organization to insecurity. [...] British frigate” and the “American privateer,” Canada had to be careful not to “tumble into the abyss” of the one or “trail in the wake of the other” (ibid. [...] ABOUT THE AUTHOR Michael Cotey Morgan is associate professor of history at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and author of The Final Act: The Helsinki Accords and the Transformation of the Cold War (Princeton University Press, 2018). [...] If the principal dilemma for Canada for the better part of the last century was the decline of Great Britain’s pre-eminence and the rise of the United States, consider our predicament today: several centres of gravity now exist, of which the United States, European Union and China are pre-eminent but not exclusive. [...] By joining DEPA early, Canada would play a leading The consequences, good and bad, of the rise role in establishing the rules of the new game of digital platforms and the “digital-industrial (Ciuriak and Fay 2022).