Beyond the deficit fixation: Morneau reaffirms federal role in Canada

But whether his approach is enough to get the economy rolling is an open question.

Liberals use budget to begin promised overhaul of Canada’s global posture

First Liberal budget a bit of a scattergun exercise.

No going back in Scotland

The maze of conflicting proposals and interests could make it difficult for mainstream party leaders to live up to their promise of more power for Scotland on an accelerated timetable.

Hurdles grow in Harper’s courting of Asia

The Chinese are likely to feel hung out to dry if the Nexen acquisition is turned down.

Failure to agree raises ante for France 2011

SEOUL—Long after leaders of the world's major economies wrapped up their private working dinner in Seoul on the first night of the G20 summit, senior officials met into the wee hours in hopes of salvaging the group's fractious fifth meeting with a compromise agreement.

Old-Hand Harper Made the Most of This Year's G8

Chance for Mideast Peace Passed By in Rome

U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice's Unyielding Agenda Shaped by War on Terror

Mexico Stays in the Right Lane

APEC a Useful Outlet For Regional Tensions and Disagreements

Mulroney's Ease Abroad Made Him Unpopular At Home

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