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CBC Radio’s The House: The fight against Russian aggression, Chinese interference

CBC News: The House49:15The fight against Russian aggression, Chinese interference

On the sidelines of the Halifax Security Forum, The House speaks with a troop commander combating for Ukraine concerning the stakes for her nation, U.S. senators James Risch and Jeanne Shaheen about American navy assist, and Anita Anand on Canada’s contributions. Two specialists break down the specter of Chinese espionage and election interference. Plus — journalists Susan Delacourt and Stuart Thomson talk about Trudeau’s G20 encounter with Xi and amplification of misinformation on Iran.

The struggle in Ukraine and the summit in Halifax

The Halifax International Security Forum, an annual gathering of high navy and intelligence leaders from world wide, was targeted largely this weekend on the struggle in Ukraine.

The House hears from Senior Lt. Yuliia Mykytenko of Ukraine’s Armed Forces concerning the fight within the Donetsk area. Then, U.S. Sen. James Risch, rating Republican on the Senate overseas relations committee, discusses whether or not his social gathering’s management of the House of Representatives will imply a tightening of the U.S. purse strings.

Plus, Democratic U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen talks about bipartisan efforts to fund the struggle and Defence Minister Anita Anand discusses this week’s half-billion-dollar pledge from Canada.

CBC News: The House23:54War in Ukraine mentioned at summit in Halifax

27-year previous Yuliia Mykytenko talks about combating for her nation. U.S. Senators James Risch and Jeanne Shaheen each talk about the extent of American assist for assist to Ukraine. Minister of Defence Anita Anand talks about this week’s half-billion-dollar pledge from Canada.

How ought to Canada fight overseas interference from China?

A Hydro-Québec worker accused of spying for China and stealing commerce secrets and techniques. An emergency committee assembly to research contemporary claims of Chinese interference in federal politics. Both tales this week raised questions concerning the menace China poses to Canada’s nationwide safety.

The House hears from two specialists about the extent of the issue and what may be executed — Dan Stanton, former CSIS intelligence officer and present teacher in nationwide safety on the University of Ottawa, and Margaret McCuaig-Johnston, a former assistant deputy minister and now a senior fellow within the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs on the University of Ottawa.

CBC News: The House12:05How ought to Canada fight overseas interference from China?

Former CSIS intelligence officer Dan Stanton and Margaret McCuaig-Johnston, former assistant deputy minister, talk about the specter of Chinese espionage and interference in Canada and what needs to be executed about it.

More international response to Trudeau’s newest worldwide journey

The prime minister encountered some turbulence on his latest journey to the G20 summit when a short communication with Xi Jinping prompted headlines claiming that Justin Trudeau had been “berated,” “lectured” and even “humiliated” by the Chinese chief. He additionally tweeted — after which deleted — misinformation concerning the Iranian regime.

Susan Delacourt of the Toronto Star and Stuart Thomson of The Hub talk about how the week’s occasions affected Trudeau’s popularity on the world stage.

CBC News: The House10:34More international response to Trudeau’s newest worldwide journey

Journalists Susan Delacourt of the Toronto Star and Stuart Thomson of The Hub talk about the affect of an communication with Xi Jinping and the amplification of misinformation on Iran on the Prime Minister’s popularity as he continues a global journey.

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