This past week a fortuitous stopover landed me in London on May 1st, historically “May Day,” the day commemorating international working class solidarity since Chicago’s Haymarket Massacre in 1886…
The Iranian angle to Monday’s foiled terror plot will be interpreted by many through the prism of recent tensions between Tehran and Ottawa…
Reflections on Ukraine, the brothers Ford, and regulating cannabis.
That 1992 campaign slogan “It’s the economy, stupid” not only energized the Democratic base, it helped to unseat President George Herbert Walker Bush, the father of the 43rd president of the United States, bringing Bill Clinton to the White House, the first Democratic president in 12 years. The 90 percent approval rating for President Bush [...]
While Canada has significant energy capacity, its inability to diversify and lack of commitment to innovation mean that it falls far short of energy “superpower” status.
With only one week to go before the U.S. presidential election, the nation’s capital is eerily void of campaign noise – and not just because of superstorm Sandy.
The U.S. presidential debates certainly stirred things up. What they didn’t do is present us with an accurate picture of the presidential role, or of the United States’ position in the world.
Robin Chase, founder and CEO of Buzzcar, says the new economy puts individuals, rather than corporations, at the center.
Anka Mulder, president of the OpenCourseWare Consortium, says traditional universities should embrace, rather than fear, the move towards online learning.
Former Canadian Ambassador to Iran Ken Taylor says that making diplomats accessible is a risk, but it’s a risk that you have to take.