The Indo-Pacific region is home to 60 percent of the world’s population and accounts for roughly 60 percent of global GDP. It should figure prominently in any discussion of trade and foreign policy in Canada, home to many significant Indo-Pacific diaspora populations, yet Canadian relations with the countries of the region are under-developed and our businesses under-perform in their markets. The Indo-Pacific: New Strategies for Canadian Engagement with a Critical Region makes the case for a renewed Canadian effort in this vast, diverse, and dynamic part of the world. Its panel of distinguished authors—policy makers and business leaders with direct experience Indo-Pacific—identify key priorities and opportunities and provide a comprehensive road map for a substantive and sustained presence in the region.
The future of Canadian prosperity depends on the Indo-Pacific
“Navigating unfamiliar waters requires a strategic approach. Economic growth in the Indo-Pacific means that this is ‘where the puck is going to be.’ This study is not only timely, but necessary!” – The Honourable John Manley
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DR. FEN HAMPSON, GOLDY HYDER, DR. TINA J. PARK
DR. FEN HAMPSON is the Chancellor’s Professor at Carleton University, President of the World Refugee & Migration Council and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada. GOLDY HYDER is President and CEO of the Business Council of Canada and chair of the Asia Business Leaders Advisory Council, a high-level group of business leaders convened by the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada. DR. TINA J. PARK Is the Chief Executive Officer of The Park Group and Vice-President of the NATO Association of Canada.
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