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Brian Lee Crowley
Think tanker, public intellectual, public speaker, author, PhD from LSE.
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Terry Glavin Feb 13
It is no longer possible for parody to trump political reality in Trudeauland. Just not possible. Neither parody nor paradox nor irony will do it. You just have to sit back and behold the spectacle as it unfolds before your every eyes.
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Steven Chase Feb 11
Breaking: U.S. officials say Huawei Technologies Co. can covertly access mobile-phone networks around the world through "back doors" designed for use by law enforcement. Wall Street Journal exclusive:
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Mario Canseco Feb 10
Replying to @TerryGlavin
15%. That’s all.
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Conrad Black Feb 7
You are shockingly petty and pathetic. Gloating over a man's struggle to overcome physical dependency to medication that was prescribed to him to cope with his wife's terminal cancer diagnosis is absolutely disgraceful.
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Macdonald-Laurier Institute Feb 3
By allowing China to co-opt international agencies like the & in order to exclude Taiwan, warns "we have given the autocratic Chinese regime the power to create a dangerous blind spot in the international system."
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Macdonald-Laurier Institute Feb 3
If the sends hundreds of people to hospital in Canada, warns that "we already know that we do not have anywhere to put them."
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Macdonald-Laurier Institute Feb 3
When it comes to calling out foreign disinformation and influence operations, MLI has been a leading voice in Canada. We are honoured to have our work in this area recognized by . Read more:
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Macdonald-Laurier Institute Jan 28
Sad to see that has blocked MLI's on Twitter. On the bright side, this is yet another reminder that, as explains, "Canada should cut through UN politics and stand up for Taiwan’s inclusion at [.]"
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Macdonald-Laurier Institute Jan 24
- in our most-read article of the week, debunks some common myths regarding , making the case that Canada should not allow the Chinese telecom giant into our 5G networks.
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Macdonald-Laurier Institute Jan 24
- MLI Managing Director Dr. sat down with Diplomat Magazine's editor, Jennifer Campbell, for a wide-ranging discussion on Canadian public policy. Read the full interview here:
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Macdonald-Laurier Institute Jan 24
While there may be good reasons to broaden the tax base, warns that Ottawa's planned business tax grab would "be harmful to our already weak Canadian investment performance."
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Macdonald-Laurier Institute Jan 22
The odd and allegedly staged "protests" outside Huawei CFO 's trial are an eerie reminder of the nature and scope of China's "sharp power influence operations." Read more:
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Macdonald-Laurier Institute Jan 20
If really were just a normal company, "would anyone really expect China’s aggressive response to Canada’s lawful detainment of Huawei executive ?"
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Margaret McCuaig-Johnston Jan 19
⁩ quote from me that we can’t give China a message that kidnapping citizens of other countries is a strategy that works. They should release Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor who were kidnapped in retaliation for Meng’s arrest.
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Terry Glavin Jan 16
So, who most clearly represents the "Canadian values" we're always boasting about? Is it John Manley, Eddie Goldenberg and Jean Chretien, or is it Agnes Chow, Ivan Lam Long-yin and Joshua Wong? If you have to guess, you're a fool.
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Brian Lee Crowley Jan 15
Now here is a reason for me to be proud of my alma mater. One in the eye for Xi! Congratulations on LSE Alumna Dr Tsai Ing-wen as the President-elected of Republic of China/Taiwan - Statements - Taiwan Research Programme - fang-test - Home
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Brian Lee Crowley Jan 14
Re today’s Globe ed re: Harry and Meghan not being welcome here, “unspoken constitutional rules” do exist but *this*one is like Sasquatch or Loch Ness monster: occasionally observed by the mildly inebriated but never verifiable by any competent authority!
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Brian Lee Crowley Jan 13
It is the whole rationale behind prov bulk purchasing of pharmaceuticals.
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Brian Lee Crowley Jan 11
When will Ottawa realise *all* the West’s technological prowess is being targeted by , not just the US’s?Time for us to take such measures. Never forget . This is Job One for new Commons committee on China. Time to stop being naive.
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Brett Byers Jan 6
I did a podcast with the brilliant discussing why named as our 2019 Policy-Maker of the year. We also chat about what Canada can & should do to reassert its interests vis-à-vis China. CC:
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