Online screening, set to start next year, meant to give a security cushion.
The EU’s education policy chief on the technology ‘tsunami,’ international student mobility and why PhDs are pouring coffee.
Appointments, including Barrick Gold’s vice president of government affairs, allow board to meet after months of being unable to do so.
Canada appoints chief reps to New Zealand, Shanghai.
Vijavat Isarabhakdi says Canada wants to wait until Thai elections.
$2 million earmarked for Canadian Relief for Syria in 2012 later reversed.
Norihiro Okuda headed there as his country faces security threats in the region.
Some civil society reps worried about implications of DFATD scoping mission last fall.
Tony Negus is talking to Canadian officials about C-51, which has similarities to recent Australian changes.
Country is concerned about Canadian rep’s activities in Caracas.