EVENT SOLD OUT Canada Departs Iran: Folly or Foresight?
CIC-Toronto Branch presents: John Mundy
91 King Street East, Toronto ON, Canada, M5C 1G3
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John Mundy is a former Canadian diplomat with more than 30 years of experience in Ottawa and abroad. He held senior diplomatic appointments in Trinidad and Tobago, Iran and Australia before retiring in 2008. He is now a Visiting Associate at the Centre for International Policy Studies at the University of Ottawa.
In 2007 he was appointed Canadian Ambassador to Iran during a very difficult time in our bilateral relations. When the two countries failed to agree on a reciprocal exchange of Ambassadors, Iran expelled him in December 2007.
While in Iran he traveled throughout the country and enjoyed meeting Iranian people from all walks of life. He is now writing a book about his experience. He writes and speaks about Iran in the Ottawa Citizen, the Globe and Mail, CBC and BBC Persian Service. His most recent article appeared in the Globe and Mail earlier this month when he criticized the Canadian Government for suspending diplomatic relations with Iran.
He has an undergraduate degree in economics and political science from Queen’s University in Kingston and an MBA from the University of Western Ontario.
John and his wife live near Ottawa in Merrickville, Ontario and have three children.
The title of his speech will be “Iran: The Prospects for Diplomacy.”
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