Two diplomats shed their neutrality and run for office

Libertarian Party candidate worked in Canada’s embassy in Japan; Forces et Démocratie candidate has been posted to Niger and Nigeria.

Meet the neighbours: Canada and its new TPP partners

Canada has complicated relationships with some of the other 11 countries in the TPP.

TPP job claims may not tell the whole story

Take growth projections with 'a few grains of salt,' says analyst.

Eliminate airport rents and pass on the savings to passengers

The federal government is using our air transportation sector as a cash cow.

Canadian international development professionals need to travel—and deserve the vote

These professionals are often the very instrument through which foreign policy is implemented.

Beef producers praise 'fantastic' TPP, auto union sounds sour note

Here are some potential winners and losers in the Trans Pacific Partnership.

Ritz stands his ground on TPP, says deal will have ‘zero negative impact’ on supply management

Ritz says feds will pay back producers who demonstrated any losses resulting from potential concessions made during the talks.

Munk Debate: Foreign policy gets its moment

Leaders attack each other on ISIS, refugees, Bill C-51, climate change.

The definitive list of Munk Debate zingers

The good, the bad and the ugly one-liners from the party leaders.

What wasn't talked about at the Munk Debate

China. The Saudi arms deal. UN development goals. Fighter jets. Veterans. The niqab.

Canada misses the cut for EU’s proposed investor-state dispute court

NDP government would look closely at joining: Davies.

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