Comments by Kushner highlight enduring appeal of this hoariest of clichés – politicians who believe they can just apply whatever worked for them in the private sector
Mar 31, 2017
Despite quickly signing up an impressive number of new party members, reality-TV star still needs strong support from Conservative stalwarts to win leadership
Mar 29, 2017
Candidate’s whistle-blowing about vote rigging in Conservative leadership race forces us to confront some unpleasant truths
Mar 24, 2017
Conservative hopeful’s agenda underscores what a gamble he would be as leader, and what a market there is for conviction
Mar 17, 2017
The leadership candidate appears to be able to successfully stand out from the pack of an overcrowded race
Mar 12, 2017
Wynne’s haste on rates likely too late for 2018 vote, and plan has possible negative long-term effects
Mar 01, 2017
With the potential for unpleasant surprises always looming, Canada seems to have adapted to the uncertainty under the new U.S. President better than most countries
Feb 24, 2017
The backlash to an anti-Islamophobia motion shows how the Tories’ attempt to reinvent themselves is mired in U.S.-style populist wrangling – and it is ugly
Feb 17, 2017
President Trump, uniquely uninformed about the state of the world, will have one less hawkish, conspiracy-minded, seemingly unstable voice in his ear
Feb 14, 2017
Even if Trudeau plays it as safe as possible on Monday, nothing is certain in dealings with the unpredictable U.S. President
Feb 10, 2017
Adam Radwanski is The Globe and Mail's political feature writer. He specializes in profiles of public figures and backroom players, and in-depth examinations of political phenomena and how campaigns and issues are playing out on the ground.
A National Newspaper Award winner, he also regularly writes political analysis columns, informed by his reporting.
He spent a full year prior to the 2015 federal election writing about that campaign's strategies, tactics, personalities and stakes, earning particular acclaim for his reporting on the Conservatives' behind-the-scenes machinations during the final months of the Stephen Harper era.
Adam previously served as The Globe and Mail's Ontario columnist, and before that was a member of the Globe's editorial board.
He made his start in journalism as the founder of Canada's first online political magazine, was a columnist and editor at the National Post, and was managing editor for online services at Maclean's.
Adam lives in Toronto with his family, and occasionally can't help himself from writing about local sports and music.