The EU’s education policy chief on the technology ‘tsunami,’ international student mobility and why PhDs are pouring coffee.
The Harper government’s decision to hold off is mystifying many and raises bigger questions about Canada’s Asia strategy.
As a potential future preferential trading partner, Mr. Harper should speak with Mr. Modi about India’s vague, overly broad, and overlapping laws that violate freedom of expression.
Little is being said about the specifics of the ninth round, held just weeks before a scheduled April visit by the Indian leader.
Vijavat Isarabhakdi says Canada wants to wait until Thai elections.
Decision-making talk should be held mostly between banking lawyers, not politicians.
Despite US objections, there seems little reason for Canada to hold back in signing on to the Chinese-led development bank.
The Canadian Vintners Association appeared before the Senate ag committee on March 10.
Some civil society reps worried about implications of DFATD scoping mission last fall.