Haley Temple-Donovan

Features Writer, Asia

Haley Temple-Donovan is a graduate of the Carleton University School of Global and International Studies. She begins graduate studies at the Asian Institute at the Munk School of Global Affairs in September 2020.

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Canada and China are both behaving arbitrarily in the Meng Wanzhou case, however the ball is in Canada’s court

Canada and China are both behaving arbitrarily in the Meng Wanzhou case, however the ball is in Canada’s court

Nobody, including students or specialists in the field of international relations, is more familiar with any ongoing diplomatic dispute than the case of China’s Meng Wenzhou and the two Canadian Michaels. As we approach two-and-a-half-years of Meng under house arrest in Canada, and the two Michael’s [...]

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What the West can learn from post-pandemic China

What the West can learn from post-pandemic China

China is gradually returning to normal life following several months of quarantine measures to halt the spread of the novel coronavirus. From mid to late March, Beijing recorded a significant decrease of COVID-19 related cases in hospitals across the country. By April 8, 2020, the lockdown restrictions [...]

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