Prime Minister Justin Trudeau recently announced his government’s intention to seek a non-permanent seat on the U.N. Security Council. But a lot has changed since Canada helped usher in the U.N. decades ago, including the global body’s reputation and Canada’s commitment to that form of multilateralism.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s state dinner at the White House, the first in 19 years, and the summit with President Obama was big news in Canada. But will the elections in the U.S. undermine the personal and policy progress that was made?
After the March 1st Super Tuesday results, many Canadians are ready to concede that Trump could become the next Republican candidate. That doesn’t mean, though, that they aren’t worried.
“We were here first!” they say, pointing fingers and brimming with confidence. Is there any logic in this chanting and scapegoating?
Common sentiment now echoing in government offices throughout Latin America and the Caribbean is that Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is more simpatico in substance, tone and style than was his predecessor.