Canada released its long-awaited Indo-Pacific Strategy in late November attempting to craft out a long term vision for the region. The document referred to China as a “disruptive” actor in the region and internationally. It also indicated a need for Canada to work more closely with like-minded partners in the region. While recognition of the region’s challenges and opportunities is long overdue, at the end of the day words will matter little if concrete actions over the long term are not implemented.
Join this quick reaction panel of Indo-Pacific experts to discuss the future of Canada’s engagement in the region.