diplomacy
Fréchette Answers the Question 'Where is Canada?'

In the two years since leaving her post as deputy secretary-general of the United Nations, Louise Fréchette hasn't slowed down.


Americas Strategy Welcomed: New Cuba Envoy

Once little more than a popular tourist destination for thousands of Canadians, Cuba has evolved into an important partner in many fields, says new Cuban Ambassador Teresita Vicente Sotolongo


Hear Ye, Hear Ye: Paying Attention to Throne Speech a Must

Today, parliamentarians, Ottawa insiders and Canadians in general will listen with rapt attention as Governor General Michaëlle Jean reads the Speech from the Throne, providing the government's legislative road map for the coming session of Parliament.


Staffers Settle in as Parliament Kicks Off

According to senior Conservatives, the PM's chief of staff Guy Giorno is giving ministers more leeway to appoint their own staffers.



Digital Diplomacy: New Technologies, New Players

It would be wrong to argue that foreign affairs departments ever had a monopoly on the conduct of international relations.


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