China Brief | Edition 027: Hong Kong protests, Canada’s China strategy and Foreign Affairs Minister meets her Chinese counterpart

IN THIS EDITION: Hong Kong protests, theorizing on Canada’s China strategy, and the Foreign Affairs Minister finally meets with her Chinese counterpart. “China’s actions come from a well-worn playbook, but one that Canada is unfamiliar with.”  – Richard Shimooka, writing in The Diplomat On Hong Kong: • After 10 weeks of protests in Hong Kong

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China Brief | Edition 026

IN THIS EDITION: Canadian LNG exports to China, Canadian wariness about Huawei growth, and efforts to solve the China-Canada dispute. “The goal is to put pressure on Mr. Trudeau, and his government, to bend to Beijing’s will, and failing that, to punish – so other countries think twice before arresting one of China’s lordly untouchable

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China Brief | Edition 023

In this edition: China’s ambassador to Canada says adios; Huawei CFO Meng’s trial is postponed until 2020; and Canada Goose thrives in Beijing. “The Canada-China relationship is now a smoking rubble.”– Paul Wells, Maclean’s One Big Story: The China-Canada relationship shows no sign of improvement Since the arrest of Meng Wanzhou at the beginning of

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VIDEO|The Brief: Canola Farmers Caught in the Crossfire from China

Recent economic retaliations against Canada from China – on canola, soybeans, peas and pork – have soured the two countries’ relationship. Here’s a quick recap of what has happened so far, where the two countries sit now and what, if anything, Canada can do next. For more in-depth, up-to-date information on Canada/China economic relations and

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China Brief | Edition 022

In this edition: China’s block of Canadian agricultural exports drags on; the U.S.-China trade war shows no signs of resolving; and Huawei launches a full-court public relations campaign in Canada. There is no shutting the door to China… But we will have to be much more thoughtful about how we do this, moving from comprehensive

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China Brief | Edition 021

China’s ban of Canadian canola drags on, and more crops fall on the chopping block; China’s investment in Canada decreases by nearly half; and Canadian universities debate their relationship with China.

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