Thompson Rivers University

Growing political acrimony in China-Canada relations

  Posted on: September 6, 2020

Beijing is warning its citizens to use caution in travelling to Canada as tensions between the two countries escalate due to Canada’s condemnation of China’s treatment of Hong Kong.

Dr. Robert Hanlon is an assistant professor in the department of Political Science whose research explores the links between corruption, human security and corporate social responsibility in emerging Asian economies. He speaks English, French and intermediate Mandarin. Watch for his upcoming article being published soon on The Conversation Canada that examines this growing tension between China and Canada.
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Dr. Paul Clark is an instructor in the School of Business and Economics who can talk about Asian politics and government/democracy in China, particularly around international trade. He speaks English and Mandarin.
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