A strong, prosperous, stable and democratic Mexico – like Canada to the north – is the best thing that could happen to the U.S.
<i>Donald Trump has until Oct. 15 to certify that Tehran is complying with the agreement, but there are alarming indications that he plans not to.</i>
The onslaught of President Donald Trump’s plans to reverse or abandon agreements of cooperation and interconnection with the rest of the world has been notable: the [Read more]
The President doesn't know history. He probably doesn't know of Ronald Reagan's trailblazing. Maybe his Republicans should let him know.
When one speaks to America's leading trade policymakers ... it seems like the population that they’re trying to please consists of only one person: President Trump.
On the last day of negotiations between the three teams from Mexico, Canada and the United States, it happened that the last of the three arrived with a proposal that turned what was discussed during the third round of negotiations in Ottawa on its head.
It was, once again, the issue of labor. And now, U.S. Trade [Read more]
It’s not personal, Donald. It’s business. It’s the Canadian national interest; defending it is Trudeau’s job. Have a good meeting.