Events for January 9, 2020
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“The Pollinators opens under a predawn thread of red light along a highway near California’s almond orchards. Hundreds of wooden boxes, stacked like dresser drawers on the back of tractor trailers, are surrounded by a soft veil of honeybees. Bob Harvey, a beekeeper at Bob’s Bees, estimates 18,000 honeybee hives or 40 truckloads will arrive that […]Find out more »
Canada’s contemporary foreign policy has been shaped by deep integration with and dependence on the United States, offset by multilateral support for a rules-based international order. The Trump administration’s confrontational nationalism, combined with the rise of China other global events and trends, has now disrupted Canada’s position and assumptions. This raises the question of whether […]Find out more »
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