Canadians wary of China while supporting continuing contact, new poll reveals
Canadian public attitudes are surprisingly stable and generally supportive of continued contact at multiple levels with China, despite significant worries and uncertainties about China and a lack of trust in the U.S.
Nov 4, 2019
How Canada gets squeezed between China and the U.S.
NPR interviewed Paul Evans, an Asia specialist with the school of public policy and global affairs at UBC, for a story on the Huawei CFO case. “Canada has captured a […]
Mar 20, 2019
Frenzy of interest descends on Meng Wanzhou’s court appearance
The Vancouver Sun spoke to Paul Evans, a professor at UBC’s School of Public Policy and Global Affairs, for an article about Meng Wanzhou’s court appearance.
Mar 11, 2019
Canada caught in the vortex of US–China techno-nationalism
An op-ed by Paul Evans, a professor in the School of Public Policy and Global Affairs at UBC, appeared on East Asia Forum. Evans writes about Canada’s position in tensions […]
Feb 27, 2019
Why experts say Canada should follow Australia’s lead on China in wake of Huawei crisis
The Star spoke to Paul Evans, director of the Institute of Asian Research at UBC, for an article about Canada’s relations with China after the Huawei crisis. The article also appeared […]
Feb 14, 2019
Controversial Huawei extradition comments: Ambassador says he ‘misspoke’
The Canadian Press spoke to Paul Evans, a China expert at UBC, for an article about John McCallum’s comments on the Huawei case. Articles appeared on CTV, in Star Vancouver and […]
Jan 25, 2019
Canadian officials going ahead with China trip, despite tensions with Beijing
CBC interviewed UBC global affairs expert Paul Evans on Canada-China relations.
Jan 4, 2019
Canada is stuck holding Huawei CFO for a ransom that could be soybeans
Globe and Mail spoke to Paul Evans, a UBC professor and expert on Asian affairs, in an article about the situation between Canada, China and the U.S.
Dec 17, 2018
Canadian’s detention in China is retribution for Huawei executive’s arrest: Ex-ambassadors
The National Post quoted Paul Evans, a professor at UBC’s Institute of Asian Research, in an article about China’s detention of former Canadian diplomat Michael Kovrig, after the arrest of a […]
Dec 13, 2018
Canada is caught in the middle of a China-U.S. tech war
Paul Evans, a professor in the School of Public Policy and Global Affairs at UBC, wrote an op-ed for the Globe and Mail about tensions between China and Canada since […]
Dec 13, 2018
Evening Update: British PM Theresa May delays key Brexit vote; Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou back in Vancouver courthouse
The Globe and Mail mentioned UBC public policy professor Paul Evans’ op-ed about the arrest of Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou.
Dec 11, 2018
Google’s plan to return to China faces criticism
CBC Radio quoted Paul Evans, a professor at UBC’s School of Public Policy and Global Affairs in an article about China’s tech industry. Evans explained that China’s tech sector is “innovative and […]
Dec 10, 2018
China says butt out: Canada says free Muslims
The Canadian Press quoted Paul Evans, a professor in the school of public policy and global affairs at UBC, in an article about Canada’s reaction to China’s incarceration of Muslim […]
Nov 19, 2018
BC consumers not likely to notice cheaper dairy products in USMCA
Several UBC professors have commented on the USMCA agreement. Marie-Claude Fortin, a lecturer at UBC’s Land and Food Systems, commented on Global News on the impact of the deal, which will allow American […]
Oct 2, 2018
UBC experts comment on North Korea’s rocket launch
UBC experts on North Korea are available to comment on its launch of a rocket into space.
Dec 12, 2012
UBC experts available to speak about North Korean leader Kim Jong-il
With the news of North Korean leader Kim Jong-il’s death, UBC experts are available to comment on the implications for North Korea, regional security issues and international relations.
Dec 19, 2011
UBC forum on Japan disasters
Media are invited to attend a UBC forum where experts, students and the community will discuss Japan’s “triple disaster” of earthquakes, tsunamis and nuclear crisis.
Mar 16, 2011
UBC panel on Thailand features journalist shot during unrest
The University of British Columbia’s Institute for Asian Research presents a panel discussion on political turbulence in Thailand featuring Nelson Rand, a Canadian journalist and UBC alumnus based in Bangkok who was shot while covering the Red Shirt protests earlier this summer.
Jul 20, 2010