Mark Haichin, a PhD student in the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, had an unusual opportunity to share his doctoral research: on the CPAC program Perspective with Alison Smith.
In his one and a half minute segment, which begins at 12:20 on the video, Haichin discussed his concerns about the tensions between the United States and North Korea and the role Canada could play as a mediator.
Another PhD student in NPSIA, Rachel Schmidt, discussed her research on women who join extremist groups and engage in political violence at home and abroad. She noted that society ignores these women at their peril.
Schmidt’s interview begins at 13:30 on the video.
CPAC has expressed an interest in highlighting other Carleton graduate students in the future.
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