Canada's foreign policy offers a model for the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation organization to pursue more multilateralism and integration.
Despite government negativity, some U.S. companies have made great strides in developing their brands in China due to smarter practices and the force of the market.
U.S. and EU trade representatives are beginning negotiations for the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership that would create a free-trade zone encompassing 54 percent of world GDP.
With the Doha Round facing hurdles, alternatives to trade liberalization should be considered.
In times of highly unpredictable food prices, it is important to engineer sound policies to limit the negative impact on developing countries' poorest households.
The recent signing of a free trade agreement with Brazil and an upcoming deal with the EU set the stage for a significant shift in Canadian foriegn economic policy.
The U.S. government is whining about Argentina's protectionist trade measures because they undermine the U.S.' ability to print money.
With the U.S. on pace to be the world's largest oil producer by 2020, requiring new projects to assess drilling's social impacts is good for business and society.