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CIC-Ottawa Branch: The 3 Ds, Diplomacy, Defence and Development, Pillars of Foreign Policy: Time for Adjustments?

CIC National Capital Branch

Wednesday, April 6, 2011 from 5:15 PM to 8:30 PM (EDT)

CIC-Ottawa Branch: The 3 Ds, Diplomacy, Defence and...

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Event Details


The National Capital Branch of the Canadian International Council
in collaboration with The Canadian Defence and Foreign Affairs Institute (CDFAI) present

 
The 3 Ds, Diplomacy, Defence and Development, Pillars of Foreign Policy: Time for Adjustments?

with

Derek Burney
Former Ambassador to the US and Chief of Staff to the PM
 
Paul Heinbecker
Former Foreign Policy Advisor to the PM and Ambassador to the UN
 
Senator Hugh Segal 
Former Chief of Staff to the PM

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In what promises to be a spirited and lively discussion, three highly qualified and forceful observers and practitioners will look at foreign policy options for Canada following the UN Security Council election failure.

They will consider such questions as:
• What has the 3 Ds policy cluster meant and achieved in actual practice over the past several years?
• Is the configuration still a relevant way to organize foreign policy priorities?
• Do we have them in the right balance?
• What are the top 3 foreign policy issues looking to the future?
• Going forward what else should we be factoring into foreign policy making?
• Are our institutions reflective and responsive to shifting alignments in international relations?
• How can we improve our capacity in international relations?



Deadline for registration and cancellation is April 4, 2011  at 5:00 pm

 



Le chapitre de la Capitale nationale du Conseil international du Canada, en collaboration avec l’Institut canadien de la défense et des affaires étrangères (CDFAI), présente 

 LA DIPLOMATIE, LA DÉFENSE ET LE DÉVELOPPEMENT,
OU LES 3 D, SONT LES PILLERS DE LA POLITIQUE ÉTRANGÈRE.
UN RÉAJUSTEMENT EST-IL DE MISE?

 Entretien avec:

Derek Burney
Ancien ambassadeur du Canada auprès des États-Unis
et chef de cabinet du premier ministre

Paul Heinbecker
Ancien conseiller en politique étrangère après du premier ministre
et ancien ambassadeur du Canada auprès des Nations Unies

Le sénateur Hugh Segal
Ancien chef de cabinet du premier ministre

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Au cours d’un échange qui s’annonce vif et animé, ces trois observateurs et praticiens hautement qualifiés et percutants examineront les options en matière de politique étrangère suite à l’échec de la candidature du Canada pour un siège au Conseil de sécurité des Nations Unies.  

 La discussion portera sur les questions suivantes :
• Comment ce regroupement des politiques des 3 D a-t-il été appliqué et quel a été son impact dans les dernières années?
• Cette configuration représente-t-elle toujours une façon efficace d’organiser les priorités en matière de politique étrangère?
• Y a-t-il un juste équilibre entre les priorités?
• Quelles sont les trois enjeux majeurs de demain en ce qui a trait à la politique étrangère?
• En regardant l’avenir, que devrions-nous inclure dans notre politique étrangère?
• Nos institutions reflètent-elles et répondent-elles aux alliances mouvantes en ce qui a trait aux relations internationales?
• Comment pouvons-nous améliorer notre capacité en matière de relations internationales?

 

La date limite des inscriptions et des annulations est le lundi 4 avril à 17 h

Have questions about CIC-Ottawa Branch: The 3 Ds, Diplomacy, Defence and Development, Pillars of Foreign Policy: Time for Adjustments?? Contact CIC National Capital Branch

When & Where


Sheraton Hotel, Rideau Room
150 Albert Street
Ottawa, Ontario K1P 5G2
Canada

Wednesday, April 6, 2011 from 5:15 PM to 8:30 PM (EDT)


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Organizer

CIC National Capital Branch

The CIC National Capital Branch aims to be a pro-active participant in the foreign affairs community in the National Capital Region and beyond. We support the CIC's research vocation by fostering greater dialogue among public policy makers, academia and the private sector. 

To contact us:
Email ottawa@opencanada.org
Phone:  (613) 903-4011
Fax: (613) 520-3981
      
Address surface mail to: 
CIC-National Capital Branch,
2116 Dunton Tower,
Carleton University,1125 Colonel By Drive, Ottawa, Ontario, K1S 5B6.

  Contact the Organizer

CIC National Capital | Tel: 613-520-3916 | Fax: 613-520-3981 | Email: ottawa@onlinecic.org

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