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The following is an edited version of an email exchange between British scholar Julian Lindley-French and British diplomat Anthony Cary on the subject of...Read More Could the UK stay in the EU and keep its independence?
After trashing the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) during his election campaign, and following through on his election promise to withdraw the United States from the...Read More Trump and the TPP: What should Canada do?