The potential long-term damage from Trumpâ€™s attempts to deconstruct U.S. foreign policy is incalculable.
The challenges, and opportunities, for incoming president AndrÃ©s Manuel LÃ³pez Obrador are immense.
With little government experience, Doug Ford must be delighted to have been embraced by a large group of displaced Harper-era staffers from Ottawa and ex-MPs.
Only half of U.S. citizens stand in opposition to their presidentâ€™s continuing personal, ethical, and governmental outrages.
Ontarioâ€™s Doug Ford followed the Donald Trump model: a rich business person who fumed about how people were being screwed by the evil elites and waved around a lot of vague promises to fix everything for the little guy.
Trump and his senior officialsâ€™ tirade has brought Canada-U.S. relations to an historic low.
The PM and other pro-trade nations should try to protect the highly valuable rules-based multilateral trading system while at the same time addressing the worst of globalization.
Now heâ€™s using an obscure section of the U.S. 1962 Trade Expansion Act to investigate whether vehicle imports are a threat to national security.