Food (in)security
September 30, 2022, No Comments

UN World Food Program Hunger Pains: the growing global food crisis Best of Quirks & Quarks – Feeding the Futur ...

U.S. International relations and foreign policy January 2022-
September 27, 2022, No Comments

TTC, IPEF, and the road to an Indo-Pacific trade deal: A new model By Clete R. Willems and Niels Graham (Atlantic Counci ...

Vladimir Putin & Russia 2021-April 2022
April 29, 2022, No Comments

Cracks emerge in Russian elite as tycoons start to bemoan invasion Oligarchs and financial officials are alarmed over th ...

Wednesday Night #2078
January 12, 2022, No Comments

On Tuesday’s Diplomatic Community Jeremy Kinsman and Larry Haas discussed the U.S.-Russia talks in Geneva, emphasi ...

Wednesday Night #2071
November 24, 2021, No Comments

HAPPY (AMERICAN) THANKSGIVING and a big thank you to Terry Jones for reminding us of the utterly delightful Le Jour De M ...

Wednesday Night #2067
October 27, 2021, No Comments

Who’s who in Justin Trudeau’s 2021 cabinet Some good picks, some wait-and-sees and … Melanie Joly Mini ...

Wednesday Night #1941
May 29, 2019, No Comments

#1941 – a foreboding date. We hoped for Gerald’s entertaining and informative summary, but in his absence ot ...

Wednesday Night #1917 with Brett House and Peter Berezin
December 5, 2018, No Comments

Wednesday’s funeral services for George H. W. Bush (Bush #41) may dominate the news, but with the very welcome ret ...

U.K. in 2013 – 2015
October 21, 2015, 1 Comment

U.K., China Cement Growing Friendship With Big Nuclear Deal (Foreign Policy) China and its new “best friend” signed ...

Wednesday Night #1586
July 25, 2012, No Comments

Education and the Quebec students The greatest natural resource of any nation is the skill and intelligence of its citiz ...