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Special Interview with the Honourable Hugh Segal: Canada in the Asia-Pacific Region

Posted: 02 May 2018 12:59 PM PDT

In this final part of a three-part series, Yun Sik (James) Hwang interviews the Honourable Hugh Segal about Canada’s presence in the Asia-Pacific region.

 

To access Part I, click HERE

To access Part II, click HERE

 

 

Interview Question:

Question 1: As a former senior government official, how would you characterize Canada’s presence in the Asia-Pacific region? Are we an active and major participant in that region? – 0:00

 

Question 2: Many international communities and peoples alike, including Canadians, are concerned over the development of North Korea’s nuclear threat. How do you perceive these developments and how should Canada respond to the destabilization of regional security and trade, especially when North Korea never threatened Canada, unlike the United States of America? – 04:30

 

Question 3: As a senior strategic advisor, what would be the ideal approach to ending the nuclear threat posed by North Korea? Is regime change the only option for the global community? How should Canada contribute to stabilization and cooperation on the Korean peninsula? – 08:22

 

Question 4: North Korea is infamous for its nationwide human rights violations, especially concerning women, who are exposed to a range of abuses, including sexual exploitation. Canada, on the other hand, has shown exceptional leadership in promoting human rights, human dignity, and values of democracy and freedom. How do you see North Korea’s human rights challenges, and what measures should Canada take to solve this crisis? – 11:38

 

Question 5: Are there any further remarks your Honourable would like to mention before we conclude the interview? – 13:46

 

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*Lionel J. Widmer, Program Editor at the NATO Association of Canada, conducts a short interview with the Honourable Hugh Segal:

 

Special thanks to Elena Ferranti, Administrative Assistant at Massey College, and Lionel J. Widmer (audio recorder/editor) from the NATO Association of Canada for their efforts in making this interview possible.

 

Photo: Honourable Hugh Segal in Massey College, University of Toronto.


Disclaimer: Any views or opinions expressed in articles are solely those of the authors’ and do not necessarily represent the views of the NATO Association of Canada.

Special Interview with the Honourable Hugh Segal: Canada’s Strategic Plan

Posted: 02 May 2018 11:00 AM PDT

In part two of a three-part series, Yun Sik (James) Hwang interviews the Honourable Hugh Segal to discuss Canada’s security concerns.

 

To access Part I, click HERE

To access Part III, click HERE

 

 

Interview Question:

Question 1: Canada is, and has been, one of the safest nations in the world–safe in the sense that we are far removed from the possibility of conflict on Canadian territory. With your expertise in public policy, international, and defence issues, how do you see Canada’s security concerns? Should Canadians pay more attention on security-related issues? – 0:00

 

Question 2: How do you perceive current developing tensions around the globe? What is Canada’s potential role in the global community, and how should Canada approach to these tensions? – 15:05

 

Special thanks to Elena Ferranti, Administrative Assistant at Massey College, and Lionel J. Widmer (audio recorder/editor) from the NATO Association of Canada for their efforts in making this interview possible.

 

Photo: Honourable Hugh Segal in Massey College, University of Toronto.


Disclaimer: Any views or opinions expressed in articles are solely those of the authors’ and do not necessarily represent the views of the NATO Association of Canada.

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