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CIRRICQ Conferences 2017: The Trudeau Government’s Foreign & Defense Policies at Midterm (5 Dec.) | The Role of Indigenous Peoples in the Canadian Armed Forces (6 Dec.)

Centre interuniversitaire de recherche sur les relations internationales du Canada et du Québec (CIRRICQ)

Tuesday, 5 December 2017 at 8:30 AM - Wednesday, 6 December 2017 at 4:30 PM (EST)

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PROGRAM- Day 1 - 5 DECEMBER 2017

Canadian Foreign Policy and Defence: Assessing the Trudeau Government's Policies at Midterm

8h30: Opening Statement | Stéphane ROUSSEL, Professor, École nationale d’administration publique (ENAP - National School of Public Administration, Montréal), Director, Centre interuniversitaire de recherche sur les relations internationales du Canada et du Québec (CIRRICQ - Interuniversity Research Center on the International Relations of Canada and Québec) 

PANEL 1 (8h40-10h00): CANADA-U.S. RELATIONS 

Président : Paul MINARD, Université St-Paul, Ottawa

  • David HAGLUND, Queen's University

The Surprisingly Odd Couple: Justin Trudeau & Donald Trump

  • Stéphane PAQUIN, École nationale d’administration publique (ENAP)

Naftapocalypse Now : the Canada-U.S. Relationship in the Era of Trump

  • Patrick LEBLOND, Université d’Ottawa

The Trudeau Government's Trade Policy: On the Right Path?

HEALTH BREAK (10h00-10h15)
 
 
PANEL 2 (10h15-11h45) | INTERVENTIONS ABROAD

President : Mathieu LANDRIAULT, Université d'Ottawa

  • Justin MASSIE, Unviersité du Québec à Montréal (UQAM)
The Failed Revival of Canada: Justin Trudeau's Policy on Military Intervention
  • Jocelyn COULON, Université de Montréal

The Trudeau Government & Peace Missions: Policy Development

  • François AUDET, École des sciences de la gestion (tbc)
Canada and Peace Missions
  • Timothy DONAIS, Université Wilfrid Laurier

Peacekeeping Deferred: Canada is Back (Just not quite yet) 

LUNCH (11h45-13h00)


PANEL 3 (13h00-14h20): AT THE CROSSROADS OF NATIONAL & INTERNATIONAL POLITICS

President : Jean-Patrick VILLENEUVE, Université Lugano

  • Delphine NAKACHEUniversité d’Ottawa
Three Steps Forward, Two Backward: Assessment of the Trudeau Government’s Immigration, Refugee and Citizenship Policy
  • Laura MACDONALDCarleton University

Intergrating Civil Society into Canadian Foreign Policy Making 

  • Joël PLOUFFEÉcole nationale d’administration publique (ENAP)

The Arctic Dimensions to Trudeau's Foreign Policy: Change or Continuity (or both) from Stephen Harper's Approach?

HEALTH BREAK (14h20-14h30)


PANEL 4 (14h30-16h00) : DEFENCE POLICY & ALLIES

President : Justin MASSIE, Université du Québec à Montréal 

  • Mathieu LANDRIAULTUniversité d’Ottawa

The Trudeau Government at Midterm: A Public Opinion Assessment

  • Stephanie CARVINCarleton University (tbc)

Canada-U.S. Defense & Security in the Era of President Donald Trump 

  • P. Whitney LACKENBAUER, St-Jerome’s University

Arctic Defense & Security - Transitioning to the Trudeau Government 


KEYNOTE SPEAKER (16h15-17h00) (tbc)
The keynote address and question period will be followed by a networking reception.

Networking Reception : 17h00-18h30 

 

PROGRAM - Day 2 - 6 DECEMBER 2017

The Role of Indigenous Peoples in the Canadian Forces 

8h30: Opening Statement | Jean-François SAVARDProfessor, École nationale d’administration publique, Directeur de recherche, Centre interuniversitaire de recherche sur les relations internationales du Canada et du Québec (CIRRICQ) 

8h35-9h05: Keynote Speaker | Brigadier General Jocelyn PAULCanadian Armed Forces 

 

PANEL 1 (9h15-10h55): INDIGENOUS PEOPLES IN THE ARMY

President : (tbc)

  • Jean-François RICHARD et Jean-Pierre THIVIERGE

Indigenous Culture in Military Organizations: the Experience of the Māori in the New Zealand Military 

  • Tim CLARKUniversity of Waterloo

The Exigencies of the Military Situation Must be the Primary Consideration: The Great War, the Department of Indian Affairs, and Indigenous Families

  • Lin POYER, University of Wyoming & Futuru TSAI, Taitung National University

World War II Wartime Experiences and Indigenous Identities in the Japanese Empire

  • Scott SHEFFIELDUniversity of Fraser Valley, Abbotsford

Exploring the Meaning of Indigenous Military Service during the Second World War in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and the United States 

HEALTH BREAK (10h45-10h55) 

PANEL 2 (10h55-12h15): UNDERSTANDING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN INDIGENOUS PEOPLES AND THE ARMY 

President : (tbc)

  • Gazia SCOPPIO, Collège militaire royal

The Relationship of Maoris with the New-Zealand Army

  • Willem DE LINT, Flinders University, Adelaïde

Oka Crisis Management, Canadian Army Intervention, and Democracy

  • Magdalena PALUSZKIEWICZ-MISIACZEK, Jagiellonian University, Krakow  

Canadian Aboriginal Veterans of WWI & WWII

LUNCH (12h15-13h30)
 
PANEL 3 (13h30-15h00): CONTRIBUTIONS to the ARMY MADE BY INDIGENOUS PEOPLES

President : (tbc)

  • Noah RISEMAN, Australian Catholic University, Melbourne

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Military Service in the Second World War 

  • P. Whitney LACKENBAUER, St-Jerome’s University, Waterloo

Putting the Canadian Rangers in their (Appropriate) Place: Misperceptions, Mischaracterizations, and the Dangers of Ill-Informed Critiques       

  • John MACFARLANE, Ministère de la Défense nationale du Canada

The Cultural Contribution of Aboriginals in the Canadian Army

  • Magali VULLIERMEUniversité de Versailles St-Quentin, Paris

The Sociological Contribution of the Canadian Rangers: Tool of Assimilation or Mean of Agentivity?

HEALTH BREAK (15h00-15h10)
 
PANEL 4 (15h10-16h40) : FROM CONSCRIPTION TO EMPLOYMENT EQUITY in the ARMY

Président : (tbc)

  • Katharine MCGOWAN & Simon PALAMR, University of Waterloo

A Mixed Methods Study of Enlistment Patterns on Reserves, 1914-1918 

  • Carol AGOCS, Western University

Canadian Dilemma: Is There a Path from Systemic Racism toward Employment Equity for Indigenous People in the Canadian Forces?

  • Tamy GEORGE, University of Toronto

What are the Promises and Limitations of the CAF's Current Diversity Strategy for Indigenous Groups in Canada  

  • Sébastien LINDSAY GIRARD et Jean-François SAVARD, École nationale d’administration publique (ENAP), Québec

The Organizational Influence on Individual Perceptions: Social Representations of Aboriginal from the Canadian Soldiers

 

CLOSING REMARKS (16h40): Stéphane ROUSSEL & Jean-François SAVARD, Professors, École nationale d'administration publique
Have questions about CIRRICQ Conferences 2017: The Trudeau Government’s Foreign & Defense Policies at Midterm (5 Dec.) | The Role of Indigenous Peoples in the Canadian Armed Forces (6 Dec.)? Contact Centre interuniversitaire de recherche sur les relations internationales du Canada et du Québec (CIRRICQ)

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University of Quebec Outaouais
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Gatineau, QC J8X 3X7
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Tuesday, 5 December 2017 at 8:30 AM - Wednesday, 6 December 2017 at 4:30 PM (EST)


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