Courting Trump and his team makes sense for NAFTA negotiations, but praise from one of his most toxic advisers could prove unhelpful
Aug 16, 2017
’s most important economic relationship. Adam Radwanski discovers that she also wants to build a new world
Aug 12, 2017
The more Tories act as though Liberal voters made a mistake, the more they miss opportunities to build the case they’re being let down
Aug 07, 2017
Papering over major ideological fault lines to build coalitions of Quebeckers and non-Quebeckers is a recipe for disaster
Jul 21, 2017
Even if U.S. media moves on from the Khadr story soon, and the issue blows over there without consequence, something seems to have changed in the face Canada puts forward
Jul 18, 2017
The Conservative Leader had an opportunity to strike a new tone on Omar Khadr and China, but instead stuck to the old script
Jul 07, 2017
Premier’s push to limit trading cash for access to parties has left Liberals struggling to compete in a pre-election campaign air war
Jul 03, 2017
Under the radar of most Canadians, New Democrats are in the midst of a fascinating decision about the face they put forward.
Jun 23, 2017
The pursuit of universal child-care coverage does not have the same sense of urgency one may have seen in the Liberals a decade ago
Jun 16, 2017
After years of presenting herself as fiscally responsible, the Ontario Premier is now fashioning a free-spending social-activist profile she is more comfortable selling to voters
Jun 02, 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.