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?
Since early April, the concerns over the fate of the expansion of Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain pipeline in the face of the British Columbia...Read More No good can come from panicking over Trans Mountain
Kinder Morgan’s April 8 ultimatum to Canada — clear a direct path for our Trans Mountain pipeline expansion by May 31 or we’ll down...Read More The Trans Mountain saga as a public policy failure
The federal government is about to embark on nationwide antiracism consultations. The initiative is not without its naysayers. The announcement of the $23-million plan...Read More Keep expectations high for antiracism consultations
Over the past decade, politicians in Canada and internationally have been increasingly turning to digital media, including social media, for political communication, mobilization and...Read More Instagram, Justin Trudeau, and political image-making
Donald Trump has been clear from the start of his presidency: the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) is a terrible deal (the “worst...Read More Will NAFTA 2.0 be a model for North American economic (dis)integration?
On March 22, Parliament faced an anxious moment when Conservative senators tried to manoeuvre the defeat of Bill C-45, legalizing cannabis in Canada. There...Read More On cannabis Bill Senate must defer to Canadians’ democratic will