Sept. 12, 2009 National Post Wednesday’s White House meeting between Barack Obama and Stephen Harper is unlikely to ripple the surface in Washington. Unlike the president’s February visit to Ottawa,… Read more »
From Embassy The SPP’s Death Knell has Sounded Experts say: Canada is now in a prime position to devise a new way forward on North American relations by Jeff Davis… Read more »
Like it or not, know it or not, a vigorous Canada requires a robust America. It is critically important for Canadian security, livelihood and prosperity that we understand the changes taking place in America and their interplay with our own interests and the rest of the world. The changes – economic, demographic, regional – will have profound implications for Canadians, particularly as they relate to security and the border, economic integration, and policies for the environment and energy. The responsibilities of global primacy and a preoccupation with domestic concerns on the part of the U.S. mean that Canada, never top of mind in American calculations, must constantly, consistently and forcefully make its case.
May 11, 2009 National Post When Barack Obama looks out the window from the White House, chances are he sees the swing and play set for Malia and Sasha, just… Read more »
Excerpted from Policy Options April 2009 Smart partnership: building on the Obama visit The Founders constructed the American system on the basis of what James Madison called ‘competing interests’ and… Read more »
The Calgary Herald (Canada), January 31, 2009 by Mike Blanchfield Some say it’s misguided for Canada to be focusing on Obama when it should be concentrating on Congress.”Even though Obama… Read more »
From Maclean’s President Listener by Luiza Ch. Savage on Friday, January 23, 2009 3:30pm – 2 Comments Colin Robertson, who used to be an advocate for the Canadian embassy on… Read more »
From Macleans.ca Work with us Canada needs to groom the new crop of U.S. lawmakers LUIZA CH. SAVAGE | Nov 20, 2006 The Democrats’ hard-fought conquest of the U.S. House… Read more »