Asia's where it's at DAVID CRANE
Emerging economies are gaining on us GLOBAL ISSUES The question is, where will Canada's wealth creation come from in future, asks columnist David Crane
Hand-to-hand diplomacy holds the key to a more peaceful future, hand-to-hand combat does not, says former ambassador PAUL HEINBECKER
Faced with strong objections from the Arab world, the U.S. and France are revising a draft resolution aimed at achieving a ceasefire between Israel and Hezbollah guerrillas -- and setting the terms for lasting peace.
A malaise hangs over the G8 since its July 2006 summit in St. Petersburg.
What ever happened to the art of diplomacy? As the days tick by and rockets fly, the UN's credibility plunges in Arab worldAs the days tick by and rockets fly, UN's credibility plunges in Arab world Aug. 5, 2006. 01:00 AM
With an eye on Quebec's large Haitian population and the U.S.'s interest in getting other countries involved in aid efforts in Haiti, experts say the government can only win by boosting its commitment to the Caribbean nation. Days after Canada pledged $520 million over the next five years to continue rebuilding and reforming Haiti, former Haitian prime minister Yvon Neptune was released from jail where he has spent the past two years, despite repeated calls from Canada and other countries for his release.