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"The Relationship Through the Hemispheric Lens", Op-Ed by David Archibald, Executive Director of ACSUS, in the Hill Times briefing on Canada-US relations, April 24.
CANADA IN THE HEMISPHERE, 22ND Biennial ACSUS Conference, November 19-23, 2013, Tampa, Florida. Visit the conference website for details.
Canada-US ACSUS-Enders Lecture: Shale Gas: Obstacles or Opportunities? March 1, 2013, Johns Hopkins SAIS. Learn more ...
Malcolm Knight: A career of economic chaos, Globe and Mail, June 23
"He is, in fact, one of the most accomplished Canadians ever in the field of international finance." Knight was the ACSUS-Enders Lecture speaker on May 3 at Johns Hopkins SAIS. More...
ACSUS partnered with Women In International Security Canada (WIIS) for the 5th Annual Workshop, "Canada and United States : Defining Priorities in Security and Defence", May 24th to 26th. Download program here.
New! ACSUS Occasional Paper in Public Policy: A RADICAL "APPROACH" TO SENATE REFORM IN CANADA by James T. McHugh, University of Akron. Read the paper here.
New! ACSUS Occasional Paper in Public Policy: “Long Term Care for the Elderly in Quebec: Considerations of Appropriateness and Quality of Care" Howard A. Palley, University of Maryland, Marie-Pascale Pomey, University of Montreal, Marie-Josée Fleury, McGill University. Read the paper here.
The inaugural Canada-US ACSUS Enders Lecture featuring Malcolm Knight, former Deputy Governor, Bank of Canada, current Vice Chair, Deutsche Bank : "Surmounting the Financial Crisis: Canadian and American Banks Contrasted." Watch (video) Read the Globe and Mail article on Knight's lecture here
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Ottawa: A Capital City, ACSUS Biennial Conference, November 16-20, 2011, The Westin, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Learn more ...
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