Lame-duck Barroso visits campaigner Harper.
Some speaking notes for Prime Minister Stephen Harper at the UN.
Canada must adopt binding human rights standards for companies operating abroad.
Its closure weakens the Canadian struggle against global poverty.
The inaugural Global Grapes column introduces you to a chardonnay with a citrus aroma, and a spicy, earthy cabernet sauvignon.
Bank of Canada research shows deviations from a single price are not as large or as persistent as many believe.
We're making sure that what we're paying for and what we're supporting as Canadians is being disseminated to Canadians in a digital way.
Beyond the Border has brought us pretty far but is nowhere near yesterday's story. There's still a lot to be done.
It is important to recall that Russia has a history of absorbing huge human, military and financial costs where its perceived vital interests are concerned.
Reflections on this month's World Water Week in Sweden.
Since Canada’s failure to win a UN Security Council term, Sierra Leone has provided the main opportunity for Canada to address the global security forum.
The failure of the major powers to overcome their narrow, short-term interests has crippled the UN’s ability to enforce the peace and security of the world.
Central America's children at America's doorstep; Israel's battles with Gaza; Russia's strong-arming of Ukraine—they're all connected by this little-understood phenomenon.
A return to soft power could help Canada step ahead with the burgeoning economic force.
Far from a luxury, industry needs students to have global experiences, to gain a cultural awareness that can’t come from a textbook.
As NATO can only deploy forces once it has the political consensus of its members, its new spearhead isn’t likely to be any more rapid than the current force. Another option exists.
Opinion leaders appear to be demanding that NATO ramp up the very military posturing that could bring war ever closer.