In Kandahar they call him “the RoCK.”
India and Canada signed a civil nuclear cooperation agreement on the sidelines of the G-20 Summit in Toronto late last month. In an e-mail interview, Ernie Regehr, a Centre for International Governance Innovation fellow, co-founder of Project Ploughshares, and adjunct associate professor of Peace and Conflict Studies at Conrad Grebel University College, explains broader India-Canada relations.
Jim Stanford’s contention that free-trade agreements caused a faster rise in Canadian imports than exports, and that they “pigeon-hole” Canada as a resource exporter (Canada-EU Trade Talks: Jumping From One Sinking Ship To Another – July 12),
Signals from Germany and China offer hope that a key goal of G20 leaders – a better balance in global trade – is more achievable than it looks.
Many of the age-old arguments being used to renounce the nuclear renaissance fail to address the structural changes that have occurred in the industry in the last 20 years.