One trade deal—two perspectives

While CETA has made headlines in Canada in recent years, this level of public engagement was lacking in Brussels.

Human rights text causing concern over EU trade deal

EU says it's reassuring Canadians.

The music plays on in Haiti

Rosy words, media frenzy marks EU Day

And embassies display their sweet treats at first annual Desserts of the World Festival—but blink and they’re gone!

Diplomats stay home, immigration applications pile up in Mexico: Union

But government says local staff and ‘essential’ union members are still on the job; key work will still get done.

Diplomats in Africa leave job as Baird, GG visit

Foreign service officers walk off the job for the first time since they adopted a legal strike position six weeks ago.

‘Ground truth’ in journalism

Several European allies openly back ICAO in Montreal

Yemeni ambassador says flare-up not related to Middle East policy.

Visas were an unexpected challenge: Czech envoy

Nevertheless, grey hair not due to Canada, says Karel Žebrakovský.

Aglukkaq’s seal of approval


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