David M. Malone, a former Canadian high commissioner to India, is currently rector of the United Nations University (UNU), headquartered in Tokyo, and an under-secretary-general of the United Nations. These views are his own alone, not those of UNU or the UN.
Articles by David M. Malone
- Ignoring Tectonic Shifts (January–February 2019)
As the Asian world has risen, Canada has paid little attention
- Multilateralism in the Age of Trump (November 2016)
Canada under the Liberals seems poised to rejoin the world. But how does multilateralism work in the era of Trump and Brexit?
- Canada to the Rescue (December 2015)
A review of The Diplomat: Lester Pearson and the Suez Crisis, by Antony Anderson
- Foreign Policy: The Youth Version (March 2005)
A review of From Middle to Model Power: Recharging Canada’s Role in the World, by David Eaves
- Top Dog at External (June 2014)
A review of O.D Skelton: The Work of the World, 1923-1941, edited by Norman Hillmer
- Neighbourhood Watch (March 2013)
A review of Canada and Conflict, by Patrick James and So Near Yet So Far: The Public and Hidden Worlds of Canada-U.S. Relations by Geoffrey Hale
- Haiti’s Constant Sorrows (March 2012)
A review of Fixing Haiti: MINUSTAH and Beyond, edited by Jorge Heine and Andrew S. Thompson, Haiti after the Earthquake, edited by Paul Farmer, and Haiti: A Shattered Nation, by Elizabeth Abbott
- Our Man in Bhutan (March 2008)
How a Canadian Jesuit founded a secular education system in a remote mountain nation.