Republicans and UN
September 2, 2008, No Comments

We’ve Come a Long Way, Baby It’s hardly controversial to say that some Republicans sometimes view the UN wit ...

U.S. Presidential Campaign — the Vice President?
August 23, 2008, 1 Comment

David Brooks gets his wish. We had hopes for Bill Richardson, whose practical international negotiating experience would ...

U.S. Presidential Campaign: Candidates & Issues
August 17, 2008, 1 Comment

More on the 2008 campaign and issues Although the early days of the campaign were regrettably short on serious explorati ...

Russia starts "Lukewarm War" with the West
August 14, 2008, No Comments

By M.D. Nalapat Column: Future Present Published: August 12, 2008 (UPI Asia Online) Manipal, India – The Soviet Un ...

Canada: Policy toward China
July 30, 2008, No Comments

July 30 Canada’s forestry industry is missing the boat on China Jason (Guangyu) Wang, Canadian International Counc ...

Union for the Mediterranean
July 28, 2008, No Comments

Two and a Half Cheers for the Mediterranean Union by Chris Patten (Project Syndicate) Maybe it is time to be a bit more ...

Sarkozy’s List of Successes
July 23, 2008, No Comments

July 23 2008 (Truthdig) France’s President Nicolas Sarkozy is often dismissed for his flamboyance, but he has quite re ...

Henry Kissinger at Conférence de Montréal
June 12, 2008, No Comments

U.S. needs bipartisan foreign policy: Kissinger Former U.S. secretary of state Henry Kissinger says the United States ne ...

Canada in the world – David Kilgour
May 31, 2008, 1 Comment

  INTERNATIONAL SECURITY, ECONOMICS, TRADE AND APPROACHES TO GOVERNMENT Remarks by Hon. David Kilgour. J.D. Canadia ...

Canada & the UN
May 22, 2008, No Comments

See also the UN page on Wednesday-night.com and the latest on Maxime Bernier and other topics on Canada May 22 Canada ...