News 1130 | June 12, 2018 | Featuring: Dr. Paul Evans
Professor Paul Evans of MPPGA was recently interviewed by Global News TV to discuss the progress towards peace as promised by North Korea as well as the possibilities for complications in the future.
The Program on Emerging Issues in Sino-Canadian Relations has just released its second survey of Canadian attitudes.
Global News | May 6, 2018 | Featuring: Dr. Paul Evans
Fairchild TV, Talent Vision | May 2, 2018 | Featuring: Dr. Paul Evans The story appeared on Fairchild TV (Cantonese Only) and Talent Vision (Mandarin Only)
Global News | Apr 28, 2018 | Featuring: Dr. Paul Evans
The Epoch Times | Apr 26,2018 | Featuring: Dr. Paul Evans
Business in Vancouver | Apr 10,2018 | Featuring: Dr. Paul Evans
Maclean’s | Apr 7,2018 | Featuring: Dr. Paul Evans
The Globe and Mail | Mar 23, 2018 | Featuring: Dr. Paul Evans
MPPGA Professor Paul Evans was recently interviewed on Policy Talks about Chinese foreign policy in the Southeast Asia.
Policy Talks | Mar 5, 2018 | Featuring: Dr. Paul Evans
MPPGA Professor Paul Evans was interviewed on The Canadian Press in “Cabinet Orders Deeper Security Review of Proposed Chinese Takeover of Aecon Group”. The story also appeared in the National Post and Times Colonist. Canadian security agencies are voicing their concern about the proposed takeover of Aecon Group Inc. by a Chinese state-owned business, prompting Ottawa to order a full national security review of the deal. The lengthened [federal security] review will not please the Chinese government but won’t sour a potential free trade deal between Canada and China. This is a “watershed moment” in how Canada will deal with Chinese investment in a variety of sectors, says Professor Evans.
Reports on IAR’s Panel “Getting North Korea Right: Canadian Options and Roles”: Reuters: “Vancouver Meeting Focuses on Sanctions as Koreas Explore Detente”. This story also appeared in Business Insider UK and CNBC. January 15, 2018. CBC, National Post: “Trudeau Defends North Korea Meeting Ffter Russian, Chinese Criticism”. January 15, 2018. CBC The National: “Will North Korea Summit Talks Have an […]
Dr. Paul Evans, Dr. Wenran Jiang and Dr. Brian Job Interviews About China and Japan’s Criticisms Of The Upcoming Conference On North Korea Hosted In Vancouver.
Dr. Brian Job: The Globe and Mail: “Vancouver’s North Korea Meeting: Opaque Agenda, Odd Group of Participants”. January 9, 2018. Dr. Paul Evans: News 1130: “China, Japan Criticizing Upcoming Conference on North Korea Hosted in Vancouver”. January 10, 2018. Fairchild TV Interview: “North Korea Conference”. January 10, 2018. Fairchild Radio Interview: “北韓問題高峰會下星期在溫市舉行“. January 10, 2018. Roundhouse Radio: “Middays With Jody Vance – […]
Professors Paul Evans and Yves Tiberghien, Along With Senior Fellow Wenran Jiang Interviews on Justin Trudeau’s Trip to China.
Dr. Paul Evans and Dr.Yves Tiberghien: Canadian Press – “Trudeau departs China without securing start of free trade talks”. Canadian Press story appeared on CTV, Ottawa Citizen, Financial Post, and iPolitics. December 7, 2017. Dr. Paul Evans: Fairchild Radio – UBC教授:杜魯多不會在訪華期間宣布加中自由貿易協定談判時間表. December 1, 2017. National Post – Canada weighing China trade challenges as Trudeau heads to Beijing: official. December 1, 2017. […]
The Canadian Press interviewed Dr. Paul Evans, for an article about a Chinese state-owned company’s bid to take over Aecon construction of Calgary. Canadian Press – “Liberals cautioned about approving China bid for Aecon”. October 30, 2017. The CP story also appeared on CTV, BNN, iPolitics, Globe and Mail and Times Colonist.
Dr. Paul Evans and Dr. Xiaojun Li were quoted in various media outlets on their report on their report on “Canadian Public Attitudes on China & Canada-China Relations“ The National Post – “More than two-thirds of Canadians support a free trade deal with China”. October 23, 2017. Xinhua – “Canadians more supportive of deeper trade ties with china”. October 26, 2017. Global Times […]
MPPGA professors Paul Evans and Xiaojun Li designed a survey that asked 1,519 Canadians about their views on trade and investment issues, policy priorities, human rights in China, and factors that shape views of China, among other topics.
The Globe and Mail | Oct 26, 2017 | Written by: Dr. Paul Evans and Dr. Xiaojun Li
Global News | Oct 18, 2017 | Featuring: Dr. Paul Evans
Senate ParlVU | Oct 18, 2017 | Featuring: Dr. Paul Evans
Effective September 1st, Paul Evans is serving as the Interim Research Director of the Institute of Asian Research and the Interim Associate Director of the UBC School of Public Policy and Global Affairs. The position will last for a few months as the Institute transitions into its new role inside the School.
The Globe and Mail | Sep 1, 2017 | Featuring: Dr. Paul Evans and Joseph Caron
The Globe and Mail | Aug 10, 2017 | Featuring: Dr. Paul Evans
Ta Kung Pao | May 2, 2017 | Featuring: Dr. Paul Evans (Chinese only)
Roundhouse Radio | Mar 8, 2017 | Featuring: Dr. Paul Evans
The Jakarta Post | Feb 14, 2017 | Featuring: Dr. Paul Evans
With the descent of the TPP and rocky US-China relations, Canada and China’s emerging relationship is prompted with the beginning of exploratory talks on the potential of a free-trade agreement. Featured in a recent Globe and Mail article, MPPGA Professor Dr. Paul Evans explains the significance of this development.
The Globe and Mail | Jan 17, 2017 | Featuring: Dr. Paul Evans
Georgia Straight | Oct 2, 2016 | Featuring: Dr. Paul Evans
CCTV English | Sep 24, 2016 | Featuring: Dr. Yves Tiberghien and Dr. Paul Evans
CCTV English | Sep 23, 2016 | Featuring: Dr. Paul Evans
National Post | Sep 23, 2016 | Featuring: Dr. Paul Evans
CBC News | Sep 21, 2016 | Featuring: Dr. Paul Evans
CBC Power and Politics | Sep 1, 2016 | Featuring: Dr. Paul Evans starting at 17:10
National Post | Aug 31, 2016 | Featuring: Dr. Paul Evans
Professor Paul Evans was quoted in this Globe and Mail article discussing BC’s new foreign-buyer tax and its effect on relations between Canada and China. Professor Evans believes the new levy will have no impact on relations between Ottawa and Beijing since it is structured in a way that does not single out Chinese nationals.
Institute for Strategic and International Studies Malaysia | Jun 14, 2015 | Featuring: Dr. Paul Evans
The fundamentals of Canada’s approach to the PRC were put in place by the government of Pierre Trudeau after recognition in 1970. They engendered a durable consensus that lasted for a generation, writes SPPGA Professor Paul Evans.