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Missile test propels North Korea to top of Biden’s foreign-policy agenda
opinion
If the world abandons Afghanistan, the country faces catastrophe
Sima Samar
obituary
Trailblazing ex-diplomat Peter Dobell gave policy advice to parliamentarians
opinion
Will Biden fall into Trump’s foreign policy traps?
Konrad Yakabuski
Konrad Yakabuski
opinion
If James Mattis is afraid, the rest of us should be too
Elizabeth Renzetti
Elizabeth Renzetti
politics
Bob Rae, next UN ambassador, says Canada’s reputation not harmed by failed Security Council bid
opinion
Get a grip – losing the Security Council vote is not the end of the world
Andrew Coyne
Andrew Coyne
opinion
Canada lost its bid for a UN Security Council seat. That’s a blessing in disguise
John Packer
opinion
Canada will pay the price for neglecting our foreign policy
Thomas Juneau
Thomas Juneau is an associate professor at the University of Ottawa’s Graduate School of Public and International Affairs and is the co-editor of the recently published book Canadian Defence Policy in Theory and Practice.
opinion
Grow up, President Trump – juvenile language has no place in politics
John Doyle
John Doyle
taxes
Andrew Scheer is renouncing his U.S. citizenship. Here’s what Americans living in Canada should know
opinion
Federal election 2019: In Canada, disunity comes with the territory
Lawrence Martin
Lawrence Martin
u.s. politics
Trump congratulates Trudeau on election win: ‘Canada is well served’
inside the market
What every Canadian investor needs to know today
market news
The close: TSX finishes lower in muted reaction to Trudeau election win
business briefing
Canadian dollar shrugs off minority government, lives to fight another day (just like the Liberals)
Michael Babad
Michael Babad
opinion
Federal election 2019: What a Liberal minority government means for the economy
David Parkinson
David Parkinson
market news
Canadian dollar rallies to three-month high as Canadians vote in general election
top links
‘A Trader’s Guide to Canada’s Tight Election’
opinion
Party leaders must respect one another to prevent a slide into political dysfunction
John Ibbitson
John Ibbitson
british columbia
Unrest in Hong Kong top of mind for many Chinese-Canadian voters
report on business
Canada’s economy faces big challenges. Here’s how the major parties would tackle them
inside the market
What every Canadian investor needs to know today
morning business briefing
There’s one federal election scenario that could whack the Canadian dollar
Michael Babad
Michael Babad
opinion
Barack Obama’s endorsement of Justin Trudeau is an unjustifiable American intrusion – and a gift to the Liberals
Lawrence Martin
Lawrence Martin
politics
Barack Obama wades into federal election, endorses Justin Trudeau on Twitter
analysis
The man in the middle: Justin Trudeau’s soaring rhetoric has run into harsh realities
opinion
Why didn’t Trudeau play the Trump card?
Lawrence Martin
Lawrence Martin
opinion
The next government’s biggest challenge: Uniting a divided Canada
Preston Manning
opinion
Come on, ride the train: Why Canada needs a national rail strategy
Elizabeth Renzetti
Elizabeth Renzetti
business briefing
Yes, you may be able to afford a new home in Toronto. No, you can’t have a backyard
Michael Babad
Michael Babad
politics
Well-Versed: ‘Too bad Trudeau skipped the Munk Debate’: Your words on Canadian foreign policy
business briefing
Pace of mortgage credit speeds up amid ‘fear of a return to bubble-like conditions’
Michael Babad
Michael Babad