Sunday, September 30 - Tuesday, October 2, 2012
John M. Curtis, Terry Collins-Williams, Robert Wolfe
Trade policy is central to the formulation of government strategies to ensure Canada’s future prosperity. The trade policy environment is rapidly changing, however, as the centre of gravity in global governance continues to shift from the North Atlantic, and its focus on the major powers of Europe, to the countries that ring the Pacific. The emergence of China as a major player in all dimensions of global life—economic, diplomatic, military, cultural and environmental—motivates the current reorientation of Canadian trade policy strategy. That challenge is the focus of this course. Click here to read the full course description.
Expected enrolment is 40 people. The cost of $1,750 plus HST includes all meals and teaching materials. Travel to and from Kingston, as well as two nights’ accommodation, will be the responsibility of the participants.
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