Here is what a Trump foreign policy will look like, based on the limited information shared by the president-elect and his campaign.
The F-35 is a trillion-dollar boondoggle. Buying a combination of jets and drones will cost less, promote economic growth and provide military capabilities better suited to Canadian needs.
Mauricio Macri’s first task as president is to navigate the economic fallout from the Kirchner administrations.
On the eve of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, Canada’s economic engine needs more than a simple fix.
Big oil won’t cease to exist just because the State Department is playing politics.
The only thing standing in the way of electoral reform is Justin Trudeau and his fellow Liberals.
Puerto Rico’s economic stability depends on whether the U.S. Congress can reach a bipartisan agreement on how to restructure the island’s debt.
Abstention would take a major step towards ending an out-dated policy that undermines US interests in Latin America.
Stephen Harper’s highly partisan politicking has polarized the Canadian electorate, perhaps beyond the point of no return.