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Canada-China Relations committee  I think we certainly have a number of tools available, in particular when acting with our allies, to raise the cost of certain types of Chinese behaviour in order to incentivize them. I think we can also influence China through its society, by being seen as good actors. There a

April 19th, 2021Committee meeting

Dr. Christian Leuprecht

Canada-China Relations committee  I'll give you a quick overview of a few matters. Looking at demographic change, China is going to hit peak labour by 2025. It has already maxed out in its productivity gains. Currently there are eight working Chinese per retiree; by 2050 there will be two. China has a real chal

April 19th, 2021Committee meeting

Dr. Christian Leuprecht

Canada-China Relations committee  We don't see the economic decoupling that people had intended, and we saw the harm done, for instance, by some of the Trump tariffs to the U.S.'s own economy. What we need to do is be much more realistic about the challenges that some areas of Chinese technology, intervention and

April 19th, 2021Committee meeting

Dr. Christian Leuprecht

Canada-China Relations committee  We currently need clear restrictions so that our opponents know that there will be severe consequences if they fail to comply.

April 19th, 2021Committee meeting

Dr. Christian Leuprecht

Canada-China Relations committee  We must make it very clear to our opponents that certain behaviour is unacceptable.

April 19th, 2021Committee meeting

Dr. Christian Leuprecht

Canada-China Relations committee  I yield the floor to you, Mr. Waterhouse.

April 19th, 2021Committee meeting

Dr. Christian Leuprecht

Canada-China Relations committee  It's a matter of resource allocation. China has much more to gain by infiltrating other countries' networks than by protecting its own networks from infiltration. It's simply a matter of maximizing the available resources.

April 19th, 2021Committee meeting

Dr. Christian Leuprecht

Canada-China Relations committee  I believe that this speaks to Mr. Lightbound's comments. Cybersecurity is a political issue. When it comes to the quality of cybersecurity and our networks, and the trade-offs between security and convenience, you must make the decisions and keep Canadians safe by improving the

April 19th, 2021Committee meeting

Dr. Christian Leuprecht

Canada-China Relations committee  Huawei should have been banned years ago.

April 19th, 2021Committee meeting

Dr. Christian Leuprecht

Canada-China Relations committee  My answer will be very brief. The major difference that has emerged over the past few years is that Canada itself has become a target because of the new weapons available to Russia and China and that the Arctic as such is now a geostrategic issue. So it is not just a matter of r

April 19th, 2021Committee meeting

Dr. Christian Leuprecht

Canada-China Relations committee  I would say there is almost no awareness. However, university chief information officers are becoming increasingly aware. A cultural shift is really needed. Last year, the United States revoked the visas of some 1,000 individuals who did not meet the authorities' requirements co

April 19th, 2021Committee meeting

Dr. Christian Leuprecht

Canada-China Relations committee  It is completely irresponsible. In the case of KPN, in the Netherlands, Huawei was not only able to engage in espionage within the largest mobile network in the Netherlands, but it also targeted judicial interventions involving various individuals, among other things. That enable

April 19th, 2021Committee meeting

Dr. Christian Leuprecht

Canada-China Relations committee  The problem with the current policy is that it approaches cybersecurity as a policy area among others, instead of considering that anything to do with policy in this country is related to cybersecurity. So the policy should be overhauled.

April 19th, 2021Committee meeting

Dr. Christian Leuprecht

Canada-China Relations committee  Thank you, Mr. Chair. Thank you for inviting me to appear before the committee. It will be my pleasure to answer questions in both official languages, but I will make my presentation in English. I think China poses the greatest threats to Canadian western foreign policy in deca

April 19th, 2021Committee meeting

Dr. Christian Leuprecht

Foreign Affairs committee  The assessment would have been based on the information the department had. I think the department could have perhaps had better information, perhaps about illicit technology transfer, had it had individuals—diplomats—on the ground. As the other witnesses raised, this technology

April 13th, 2021Committee meeting

Dr. Christian Leuprecht