In this essay, Marie Lamensch explores the ways Quebec and other regions within Canada pursue their own global agenda, undermining the myth of a unified national interest.
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Project coordinator, The Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies
Marie Lamensch is the project coordinator at The Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies at Concordia University. Born in Belgium, Marie has lived in Germany, France, Canada and the UK. After completing a Bachelor’s degree in History (specialization Genocide studies) at Montreal’s Concordia University, Marie volunteered in Ghana and Rwanda for several months where she also conducted research on reconciliation in Rwanda. She has Master’s degree in Conflict, Security and Development from King’s College London (War Studies). Marie also writes for the Huffington Post Quebec and is the foreign affairs editor at The Mantle. She is also the president of the Canadian International Council's Montreal Branch.
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