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1. Retail Central Bank Digital Currency: Has Its Time Come?

2. The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Military Defence and Security

3. The Digital Silk Road and China’s Influence on Standard Setting

4. China’s Experience in Building a Venture Capital Sector: Four Lessons for Policy Makers

5. Biotechnology and Security Threats: National Responses and Prospects for International Cooperation

6. Standards for a Secure 5G Infrastructure

7. Central Bank Digital Currency and Governance: Fit for Purpose?

8. A Canadian Framework for Data Reuse

9. China’s Techno-Industrial Development: A Case Study of the Semiconductor Industry

10. Quantifying Trade Secret Theft: Policy Implications

11. Non-Consensual Intimate Image Distribution: The Legal Landscape in Kenya, Chile and South Africa

12. TRIPS-Past to TRIPS-Plus: Upholding the Balance between Exclusivity and Access

13. Could Trade Agreements Help Address the Wicked Problem of Cross-Border Disinformation?

14. Supply Chain Regulation in the Service of Geopolitics: What’s Happening in Semiconductors?

15. Fintech for Good: Governance Mechanisms for Sustainable Development

16. Listening to Users and Other Ideas for Building Trust in Digital Trade

17. Policing the Dark Web: Legal Challenges in the 2015 Playpen Case

18. Non-binary TikTokers in Latin America: Sharing Debates and Circumventing Censorship

19. Scoping AI Governance: A Smarter Tool Kit for Beneficial Applications

20. Accounting for the Digital Economy: Time for a Fresh Approach

21. International Intellectual Property after the New NAFTA

22. Regional Financial Arrangements and the International Monetary Fund: Sustaining Coherence in Global Financial Governance

23. Standards for Digital Cooperation

24. Competing in Artificial Intelligence Chips: China’s Challenge amid Technology War

25. Toward a Robust Architecture for the Regulation of Data and Digital Trade

26. Data Is Dangerous: Comparing the Risks That the United States, Canada and Germany See in Data Troves

27. Indigenous Reserve Lands in Canada Face High Flood Risk

28. New Directions in Mining Governance and the Sustainable Development Goals in Africa

29. Ensuring Respect for Indigenous Cultures: A Moral Rights Approach

30. Cooperation in Trade in Services

31. Fostering Growth in Digital Trade through Bilateral Cooperation in the Development of Trade Rules

32. India-Canada Energy Cooperation

33. Assessing Digitalization and Data Governance Issues in Africa

34. Sustainable Energy through Green Bonds in India

35. Environmental Provisions in CUSMA: A New Approach

36. conomic Rents and the Contours of Conflict in the Data-driven Economy

37. Data Standards Task Force for Digital Cooperation

38. Helping Organizations Master Data Governance

39. An International Intellectual Property and Digital Trade Strategy for Canada

40. Modern Conflict and Artificial Intelligence

41. The Council of Europe’s Modernized Convention on Personal Data Protection: Why Canada Should Consider Accession

42. Technology-Facilitated Gender-Based Violence: An Overview

43. Data Is Divisive: A History of Public Communications on E-commerce, 1998–2020

44. The World with and after COVID-19

45. The Future of North America’s Economic Relationship: From NAFTA to the New Canada-United States-Mexico Agreement and Beyond

46. Chinese Industrial Actors in Global Rule Making: A Preliminary Exploration

47. Opportunities and Challenges of Emerging Technologies for the Refugee System

48. Managing Urban Flood Risk: A Framework for Evaluating Alternative Policy Instruments

49. Evolve or Perish: The Global Forces Changing the Business of Banks

50. Innovative Global Governance for Internally Displaced Persons

51. The Global Refugee Regime and UN System-wide Reforms

52. Development: A Global South Strategy for the Data-driven Economy

53. Innovations in Responsibility Sharing for Refugees

54. Data Protection and Digital Agency for Refugees

55. Does Canada’s Foreign Trade Policy Give Innovating Canadian Firms a Competitive Edge Internationally?

56. Not All that Glitters Is Gold: An Analysis of the Global Pact for the Environment Project

57. Climate Scenarios for the Canadian Lending and Investment Industry

58. Election Risk Monitor: Canada

59. International Cooperation: Is the Multilateral System Helping?

60. World Trade Organization 2.0: Reforming Multilateral Trade Rules for the Digital Age

61. What Is a Climate Response Measure? Breaking the Trade Taboo in Confronting Climate Change

62. Better Flood Maps Are Required to Protect Canadians and Their Property

63. Injecting Politics into Business-led Sustainability Innovation: New Data from Small Businesses in Canada

64. Patching Our Digital Future Is Unsustainable and Dangerous

65. Data Is a Development Issue

66. Trump Trade Policy, Exchange Rate Surveillance and the IMF: Back to the Future?

67. Standards for the Digital Economy: Creating an Architecture for Data Collection, Access and Analytics

68. The Belt and Road Initiative: Motivations, Financing, Expansion and Challenges of Xi's Ever-expanding Strategy

69. CIGI Expert Consultation on WTO Reform

70. Canada’s Arctic Agenda: Into the Vortex

71. Using SDGs to Leverage National Intellectual Property Strategies

72. Reforming Investor-State Arbitration by Recourse to the Domestic Courts of Host States

73. The SDGs and Gender: The Case of Indigenous and Local Women's Traditional Knowledge

74. The Way Forward for WTO Dispute Settlement after the Eleventh Ministerial Conference

75. Digital Trade at the WTO: The CPTPP and CUSMA Pose Challenges to Canadian Data Regulation

76. Canada-India Business Council Partnership Summit

77. A Guide to Emissions Trading under the Western Climate Initiative

78. Emerging Countries in Global Financial Regulatory Standard Setting: What Is to Be Done?

79. The Role of Technology in Addressing the Global Migration Crisis

80. The Global Interplay between Trade, Geopolitical and Commodity Shocks

81. Meaningfully Engaging Youth in the Governance of the Global Refugee System

82. Designing High-seas Marine Protected Areas to Conserve Blue Carbon Ecosystems: A Climate-essential Development?

83. Unitary Taxation of Multinationals: Implications for Sustainable Development

84. Advancing SDGs in International Investment Agreements: Building Peace and Justice through General Exceptions Clauses

85. Leveraging Media Coverage of Disasters to Support Disaster Risk Reduction

86. Emerging Countries in Global Financial Standard Setting: Explaining Relative Resilience and Its Implications

87. Governance of Marine Geoengineering

88. Indigenous Data Sovereignty: Retooling Indigenous Resurgence for Development

89. Restoring Debt Sustainability in African Heavily Indebted Poor Countries

90. Mobilizing Political Will for Refugee Protection and Solutions: A Framework for Analysis and Action

91. An Ironic Outcome: The United States — Even under Trump — Is Closer to Meeting Its Emission Targets Than Canada

92. Protection for Those Who Need It Most: Sustainable Property Insurance in High-risk Areas

93. Refugees and the City: The Twenty-first-century Front Line

94. From Rhetoric to Reality: Achieving Gender Equality for Refugee Women and Girls

95. Trade and Climate Change: Synergies and Conflicts

96. Energizing Regional Collaboration and Governance: CIGI Summit of North American Arctic Leaders

97. Governance Innovation for a Connected World: Protecting Free Expression, Diversity and Civic Engagement in the Global Digital Ecosystem

98. Fiscal Space: What Is It? Who Has It? When to Use It?

99. China and International Financial Standards: From "Rule Taker" to "Rule Maker"?

100. Made in China 2025 as a Challenge in Global Trade Governance: Analysis and Recommendations