Cleo Paskal named 2015 Trudeau Fellow

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The Foundation celebrates engagement in public issues of importance to Canadians
The Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation congratulates this year’s recipients of its prestigious research fellowships. These fellowships recognize public intellectuals in the humanities and social sciences who venture beyond the boundaries of their disciplines to find new solutions to complex issues of major importance to Canadians.

Ms. Paskal specializes in geopolitics, particularly the geopolitical, security, and economic implications of environmental change (including climate change), as well as Arctic and Pacific security. She has worked extensively to build bridges between academia, government, the defence/intelligence communities, and civil society in order to better understand, explain, and resolve global challenges.

Cleo’s Trudeau project
Strategic changes in the Indo-Pacific, and what they mean for Canada

Project objectives
To better understand the strategic inflection points in the Indo-Pacific, and to inform the development of a potential “Look West” policy for Canada. This is accomplished by examining how the fundamentally dynamic and interconnected geopolitical, geoeconomic, and geophysical changes are affecting Indo-Pacific countries, including Australia, Canada, China, India, Japan, and the United States. This interdisciplinary project will be carried out in collaboration with the Montreal Centre for International Studies at the Université de Montréal, and the Royal College of Defence Studies in the United Kingdom. Learn more.

Le CÉRIUM accueille Cleo Paskal, chercheuse Trudeau

Modi-fied Engagement: Will India’s Reinvigorated Foreign Policy Change History?
The Policy Note can be downloaded here.

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