In the 1980s, Deng Xiaoping famously articulated the “24-character strategy,” in which he suggested that China “keep a low profile” (tao guang yang hui, or 韬光养晦) and “never claim leadership.” This...Lire le texte Are climate reforms in China evidence of global leadership?
Forests define our Canadian geography and identity. One-third of our country is covered with trees and forests are in every province and territory. Jobs...Lire le texte Why Canadians can lead the world in forest conservation
While there’s plenty of excellent commentary on the facts of the current NAFTA negotiations, those of us who were around for the first edition...Lire le texte Long-term light in NAFTA’s dark hour
L’économie mondiale se trouve désormais à un point d’inflexion en matière d’intégration. L’idée d’une interdépendance économique importante entre nations — déjà soulignée par le...Lire le texte Réseaux d’entreprise et commerce international : définir l’avenir
Russian military war games, or Zapad (the Russian code name), have always stirred unease in Latvia, one of NATO’s easternmost members. This unease is...Lire le texte Canada is winning hearts and minds in Latvia
On August 21, President Donald J. Trump did something unusual: he reversed himself. For years he was of the view, as he put it...Lire le texte Canada and the “war without end” in Afghanistan
Canadians have never been more prominent in space. Former astronaut Chris Hadfield has become a YouTube sensation for his video and Internet chats with...Lire le texte Canada’s space policy and the US’s gravitational pull
When the Japanese forces occupying Korea were defeated at the end of the Second World War, the Soviets and the Americans divided the peninsula...Lire le texte Searching for a peaceful solution for North Korea