It is true that the shortest distance in congressional politics is seldom a straight line, but this mess is like a circuit board with all the lines crossed.
The legal and cultural traditions on both sides of the Atlantic are simply too different.
There is always skepticism in Canada about further cooperation with the United States.
The fate of the Trans-Pacific Partnership relies heavily on the decision of U.S. Congress. What will it decide? Congress should be aware of its great responsibility and quickly pass a bill promoting the advancement of TPP negotiations.
Negotiations between the 12 participating Pacific Rim countries are currently at [Read more]