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When does it make sense to volunteer for a public shaming?

Written by Greg Wilkinson Do you know something about your organization that would look bad if it were reported in the media? Of course you do, we all do. Organizations know…

The NDP Threw a Convention. And the Floor Stayed Clean.

Written by Robin Sears for Policy Magazine. Click here to read the original. The party convention is one of the few political rituals that hasn’t migrated to the internet. As…

Beyond NAFTA – Advantage U.S. Economy

Written by Sarah Goldfeder for Policy Magazine. Click here to read the original.  While most engaged observers in Canada have been watching the NAFTA renegotiations the way we watch hockey—with an eye…

The Great Divergence: North America’s Trade Policies

Written by Sarah Goldfeder for the Canadian Global Affairs Institute. Click here to read the original. Introduction The United States and Canada are operating from diametrically opposed playbooks on global…

The pathetic smallness of Canada’s political ‘lobsters’

Written by Geoff Norquay for iPolitics Magazine. Click here to read the original.  Back in the days when Derek Burney was Canada’s Ambassador to Washington, he used to tell a…

How I tried and failed to be Métis

By Melanie Paradis for The Globe and Mail. Click here to read the original. In my early 20s, I worked for the Métis Nation of Ontario. I became deeply invested in the fight…

NAFTA ROUND 6: SHAPING A DEAL

After a week of focused trade activity, Round 6 of the NAFTA renegotiation wound up this past Monday in Montréal. Last week, the political leads met for bilateral discussions in…

NAFTA talks: thinking creatively on trade remedies

Written by Paul Moen for The Hill Times. Click here to read the original. Canada’s new case against the United States at the World Trade Organization (WTO) is a bold…

Mapping Uncertainty: What Happens if NAFTA Dies?

Since his election in late 2016, President Trump has made no secret of his willingness to withdraw the United States from NAFTA if his administration cannot obtain the changes to…

Trump, Year One: Chaos and Confusion on the Potomac

The Centre for International Policy Studies presents a review of the past 12 months since Donald Trump was elected president of the United States on November 8, 2016. Former Globe…

Growing Canada’s Future in China: It Takes Time to Get it Right

Written by Robin V. Sears for Policy Magazine. Click here to read the original. During the latter part of the 20th century, diplomacy with China was new, tentative and coloured…

Why Tax Reform is Politically Perilous

Written by Geoff Norquay for Policy Magazine. Click here to read the original. Tax reform in any democracy cannot be separated from politics any more than the broader budget process…
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