Today’s inauguration of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States marks the official start to the business mogul’s venture into politics. The somewhat ominous prospects of Trump’s leadership have other states, Canada included, wondering what’s in store once the Republicans take the White House. We asked the Program Editors here at the Read More…
In her article Ida Mannisto explores of the commonly neglected cultural aspects of NAFTA
Catherine Gao investigates Canada’s silence on human rights abuses in Mexico. She argues the countries’ political and economic ties are too strong for criticism.
Brexit has been felt the strongest in the EU but the effects have reached beyond the single market. Kristyn Byrne discusses what growing protectionist tendencies mean for NAFTA.
In 2015, faced with opposition to ISDS in many European countries, the European Parliament decided there must be a new arbitration system for the pending Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP).
Adam Feldman looks into how trade arbitration provisions currently favour corporations and how the process can be reformed.
Michael explores the effects of technological change on the American labour market and how this impacts income inequality .
Anojan examines the pros and cons of free trade
The idea of sustainable development is fairly simple; a system of development that meets the needs of today while bearing in mind its ability to continue for the future. It is often the simplest of ideas which have the most perplexing complexities due to their openness and interpretation. Earlier this year, a group of thirty Read More…