Christine Martel-Fleming is a bilingual graduate of the University of Ottawa with a Bachelors of Social Science in International Development and Globalization. During her university career, Christine served as the Volunteer Coordinator for the University of Ottawa’s International Development Week 2013. She has worked for a number of different federal government branches including Statistics Canada, Aboriginal Affairs and Elections Canada. She is interested in Sino-Canadian relations and recently spent four months in Chengdu, China to enhance her knowledge of Chinese politics and Mandarin. Twitter: @cmflem
One on One: Ana Trišić-Babič
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One on One interview with Ana Trišić-Babič, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Hosted by Alexander Corbeil
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Terrorist Attacks in China: The Manifestation of Regional Dissent
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Fred Pai discusses the recent stabbing attacks in China and the underlying issue of ethnic suppression.
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The Enemy of My Enemy Is Still My Enemy: Iraq’s Shi’a Militias
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Trevor Schenk analyzes the rise of Shi’a militias fighting the Islamic State in Iraq, and why this could be detrimental to the long term goal of creating a stable Iraq.