Columnists
U.K. Chancellor Rishi Sunak holds a bilateral meeting with Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland at the G7 finance ministers' meeting in London. Image credit: HM Treasury/Flickr.
Duncan Cameron | Last week's G7 finance ministers' meeting in London resulted in the recommendation of a global minimum tax on multinational corporations' profits across jurisdictions at 15 per cent.
Columnists
President Trump delivers remarks with Prime Minister Trudeau and Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto at the signing the USMCA trade agreement. Photo: Ron Przysucha/U.S. Department of State/Wikimedia Commons
Duncan Cameron | In a surreal Buenos Aires ceremony, Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau were photographed on either side of U.S. President Donald Trump.
Podcast
What is Democracy?
Face2Face | Film director Astra Taylor explores the myths and truths about democracy, and the roots of the word itself. What does democracy really mean?
Blog
Refugees entering Europe in 2015, arriving by sea through Greece and Italy. Photo by Jmersina/ Wikimedia Commons.
Brent Patterson | There is no common cause with anti-immigration parties in the U.S., France, Italy, Germany and elsewhere when seeking trade justice.
Podcast
U.S. Marines humping in Afghanistan
Victoria Fenner | Professor Michel Chossudovsky links the 9/11 attacks to more recent wars, theorizing that it's all part of a larger plan. Recorded on June 8, 2018 by Global Research News Hour.
Podcast
Image: Public domain
Victoria Fenner | Now that the Americans are on the brink of reopening NAFTA, a spirited debate about the idea of free trade, from the Press Progress Summit in April 2017.
Blog
Photo: European External Action Service/flickr
Angella MacEwen | Pretending that everything is OK, only listening to advice from those who clearly stand to benefit from the Canada-EU deal -- that is one of the elements behind Trump's rise.
Columnists
Jim Stanford | True believers may think that merely educating citizens about how trade deals really are good for everyone will save the day for globalization. But there's a much deeper problem.
Blog
Photo: Behind the Numbers
Stuart Trew, Scott Sinclair | By standing firm under incredible pressure, the regional government of Wallonia gave a voice to millions of citizens who feel the Canada-EU trade deal fails to represent their interests.
News
Gordon Laxer | NAFTA might be up for renegotiation after the U.S. election. Two of its rules hurt Canada, so we should be ready to renegotiate hard and walk away if necessary.
Columnists
Duncan Cameron | The old expression "the first liar never stands a chance" applies to the "remain" campaign which focused on the economic benefits of the EU to British citizens, and, especially, the risk of leaving.
Columnists
Ole Hendrickson | History suggests that trade globalization can have major negative aspects. It's a lesson Canada should keep in mind when weighing the risks and benefits of the Trans-Pacific Partnership.