Greece has no choice but to make difficult structural reforms, but the EU also needs to reexamine the euro.
The Greek government failed to negotiate effectively, but European partners also refused to budge on debt relief.
Canada’s influence critical to ensuring they are not forgotten.
It should show a stronger, more consistent commitment to Asia.
Today’s conflicts and resulting migrations differ little from those of our ancestors.
Canada’s distance with Vietnam can allow Ottawa to speak bluntly on sensitive matters when dealing with Hanoi.
Canada's heads of mission must reach into their countries of accreditation with Canada's messages. This is easily achievable via YouTube.
They understand the culture, bureaucracies; speak the language.
Is Canada going to benefit, or will we wonder why we gave away a national treasure?
As economic activity increases in Canada’s North, so does the need to protect its most ecologically sensitive areas, like Lancaster Sound.
EU to follow Canada in developing evidence-based guidance for migrants and refugees.
Impact investing links public, private money for the public good.
A final nuclear deal will present Canada with the chance to be a player in an era of renewed relations between the West and Iran.
The 28-country union is set to mark Climate Diplomacy Day on June 17.
The UK and California passed laws requiring businesses to publicly report on their efforts to address human rights and child labour in their supply chains. Canada could do the same.
Ms. Merkel as chair tried, but largely failed, to get her colleagues to focus on the cycle of key global events where real leadership is essential.
There is a fundamental difference between developing foreign policy and implementing it.
Canada could do much more. It should restore aid for agriculture to at least $450 million per year.
Canada stands among Ukraine’s greatest friends. Why Canada? It says as much about the challenges that Ukraine faces internationally as it does about the leadership of the Canadian government.