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1. The Digital Economy Partnership Agreement: Should Canada Join?

2. Third Party Record Exemptions in Canada’s Access to Information Act

3. The First Space-Cyber War and the Need for New Regimes and Policies

4. A Two-Track Approach for Trustworthy AI

5. Lending to Defaulters: The IMF Updates Its Lending into Arrears Policy

6. Protecting Freedom of Thought in the Digital Age

7. An Emerging Opportunity for Recovery: “Modern Markets for All”

8. Designing Institutional Collaboration into Global Governance

9. Designing and Regulating Retail Digital Currencies

10. Digital RMB: A Possible Way to Reassert Data Control in the Digital Economy

11. he Canadian Election Template: Stronger Elections at Home, Stronger Canada Abroad

12. Closed Shops: Opening Canada's Legal Profession to Foreign-educated Lawyers

13. Trump and the IMF

14. Operationalizing the Blue Economy in Small States: Lessons from the Early Movers

15. Flood Risk and Shared Responsibility in Canada: Operating on Flawed Assumptions?

16. Evaluating the Need for Pipelines: A False Narrative for the Canadian Economy

17. Strengthening the Debt Sustainability Framework for Caribbean Small States

18. Starting the Dialogue on Climate Engineering Governance: A World Commission

19. A Sustainable Ocean Economy, Innovation and Growth: A G20 Initiative

20. Restructuring Sovereign Debt: An English Law Opportunity

21. Issues in Bringing Canadian Fintech to the International Stage

22. Can Canada Step into the Breach? Addressing Climate-related Financial Risk and Growing Green Finance

23. Assessing the Governance Practices of Sustainability Reporting

24. Does the Level of Public Debt Matter?

25. Developing the Blue Economy in Caribbean and Other Small States

26. Have Macroeconomic Rules of the Game Changed? Some Clues from the Phillips Curve

27. Growth, Innovation and COP 21: The Case for New Investment In Innovation Infrastructure

28. Uncovering the Implications of the Paris Agreement: Climate Change as a Catalyst for Transformative Sustainability in Cities

29. Assessing the Governance Practices of Sustainability Reporting

30. Education 3.0 and Internet Governance: A New Global Alliance for Children and Young People’s Sustainable Digital Development

31. Definitional Issues in the Sustainability Analysis Framework: A Proposal

32. Identifying and Resolving Inter-creditor and Debtor-Creditor Equity Issues in Sovereign Debt Restructuring

33. Further Reform of Sovereign Debt Restructuring: An Agenda for 2015

34. The Arctic Council Leadership Merry-go-round: Words of Advice as the United States Assumes the Arctic Council Chairmanship

35. How China Can Help Lead a Global Transition to Clean Energy

36. Preparedness Rather Than Response: A Strategy to Prevent the Next Ebola Crisis

37. Consent within Consultation: Incorporating New Business Practices in the Extraction Industry

38. Increasing Access to Medicines: Leveraging Brazil’s Experience

39. The Case for Intellectual Property Rights: Should Patents Be Strengthened, Weakened or Abolished Altogether?

40. The 2015 Survey of Progress in International Economic Governance

41. The Case for Intellectual Property Rights: Should Patents Be Strengthened, Weakened or Abolished Altogether?

42. The 2015 Survey of Progress in International Economic Governance

43. Ukraine and the IMF's Evolving Debt Crisis Narrative

44. Growth, Innovation and Trade in Environmental Goods

45. Global Treaty or Subnational Innovation? Canada's Path Forward on Climate Policy

46. Conflict Zones, Israel and Diaspora Perspectives in Canadian Foreign Policy

47. Global Sustainability, Climate Change and Finance Policy: A South African Perspective

48. Assessing Scientific Legitimacy: The Case of Marine Geoengineering

49. Populist Movements: A Driving Force behind Recent Renationalization Trends

50. Toward SDG 2: Food Security and Urbanization in the Global South

51. Humanitarian Assistance and the Politics of Self-reliance: Uganda's Nakivale Refugee Settlement

52. Much Ado about Nothing? The RMB's Inclusion in the SDR Basket

53. Ukraine and the IMF's Evolving Debt Crisis Narrative

54. The 2015 Survey of Progress in International Economic Governance

55. Responding to Health Challenges: The Role of Domestic Resource Mobilization

56. The Northwest Territories and Arctic Maritime Development in the Beaufort Area

57. Improving Access to Food in Sub-Saharan Africa: Using the Diffusion of Agroecological Information to Mitigate Climate Change Effects

58. A Call to the Conference of the New England Governors and Eastern Canada Premiers for Bilateral Energy Governance

59. Let Bygones Be Bygones: The Case for India's Inclusion in APEC

60. Ukraine: Stress at the IMF

61. The 2014 Survey of Progress in International Economic Governance

62. Changing the Channel: Cultivating Security Cooperation in Northeast Asia

63. Regulating RoboCop: The Need for International Governance Innovation in Drone and AWS Development and Use

64. Disasters and Dividends: An Asia-Pacific Strategy for Canada

65. Strengthening Canada's Copyright System: A Fairer Mechanism for Fair Use Claims

66. Dual Citizenship: Reducing Governance and Protection Gaps

67. The Role of the Informal Economy in Addressing Urban Food Insecurity in Sub-Saharan Africa

68. The Effect of Index Futures Trading on Volatility: Three Markets for Chinese Stocks

69. IMF Lending Practices and Sovereign Debt Restructuring

70. The Politics of the "Unfinished Business": Bosnian Police Reform

71. National Ownership and Post-Conflict Peace Building: From Principle to Practice

72. African Climate Change Negotiators Need a New Strategy

73. Infrastructure and Sustainable Development Goals in the BRICS-Led New Development Bank

74. Power Shift and Renminbi Internationalization: Recommendations for the G20

75. Education in Emergencies: The Case of the Dadaab Refugee Camps

76. Bootstrap Immigrants: Assessing the Conservative Transformation of Canada's Immigration Policy

77. More Inclusive Decision-making Processes in Foreign Land Leasing: Policy Insights from Kenya

78. The IMF's Preferred Creditor Status: Does It Still Make Sense After the Euro Crisis?

79. Central Bank Independence in North Africa

80. A Failure to Cooperate? Raising the Risks and Challenges of Exiting Unconventional Monetary Policies

81. Shifting IMF Policies since the Arab Uprisings

82. The UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples: Monitoring and Realizing Indigenous Rights in Canada

83. China's Long March Toward Economic Rebalancing

84. Designing the Post-2015 Development Goals

85. The Sovereign Debt Forum: Expanding Our Tool Kit for Handling Sovereign Crises

86. The Responsibility to Protect: Ensuring the Norm's Relevance After Libya, Côte d'Ivoire and Syria

87. Hedging Against an Unstable China: Measures to Enhance Regional and Global Resilience

88. Inserting Migrants Into the Global Social Protection Floor


90. Strengthening Transitional Justice in Bosnia: Regional Possibilities and Parallel Narratives

91. Zero: The Surprising and Unambiguous Policy Relevance of the Cuban Missile Crisis

92. Canada-US Arctic Marine Corridors and Resource Development

93. This Time Is Not Different: Blaming Short Sellers

94. Brazil as an Emerging Environmental Donor

95. Unleashing the Nuclear Watchdog: Strengthening and Reform of the IAEA

96. Lessons for UN Electoral Certification from the 2010 Disputed Presidential Poll in Côte d'Ivoire

97. Responding to Disaster: Neglected Dimensions of Preparedness and their Consequences

98. Promoting Reconciliation through Exhuming and Identifying Victims in the 1994 Rwandan Genocide

99. Furthering Democracy in Libya with Information Technology: Opportunities for the International Donor Community

100. Improving the Peace Process: The Influence of Ideas in Resolving Violent Conflict