Ending violence against foreigners can only happen by first recognising – and addressing – the hazards of South Africa’s crumbling system of indirect rule.
Amid another flurry of U.S. protectionist measures, Canada should reconsider the value of global trade deals over bilateral agreements. But it should also support its own industries.
The new flagship policy of the leading opposition party has been tried before, and it’s not compatible with the new UK free tradde agreements.
Rising protectionism has the potential to have major negative effects on many European companies, yet firms have been largely absent from the public conversation. Why?
Africa has opportunities to integrate further and bring its economies into the global economy.
Brexit will cause many uncertainties about what will happen next, especially from an economic point of view. Because of that Indonesia should seize every opportunity to increase its trade with the UK.
Efforts to increase trade within the continent are being undermined from the start
Margarine makers once had to colour their product pink. Calls to restrict the use of the word milk are similarly protectionist.
The six food trends likely to be front and centre in 2019.
The EU and Japan’s economies together account for about a third of global GDP.
Canada needs to diversify its trade beyond the United States and increase links to rapidly growing emerging market economies, particularly in Asia, despite the “anti-China” clause in the USMCA.
If we want to help students develop evidence based views, we can’t deny their standpoints.
Who are the winners and losers in the new USMCA? It’s complicated, but one thing’s for certain: Canada should never again allow itself to be overly dependent upon one trading partner.
The relief that the U.S. didn’t make things even worse for Canada in the new NAFTA should be tempered by the realization that the moment of reckoning hasn’t passed; it’s only been postponed.
With international trade facing its greatest threat in decades, this club of China, Brazil, Russia, South Africa and India will have much to say about it.
While the US gets protectionist, China is working to establish itself as a leader in global trade rules.
Eighty years ago, we were just as scared of the Japanese buying our assets as we are of the Chinese today. So what does this say about the future of Australia in the Asia-Pacific region?
Seven world leaders with axes to grind are preparing to sit round one table. Sparks will fly.
President Trump’s new tariffs suggest he doesn’t understand why American steel and aluminum have been hurt in the first place.
President Trump slapped steep tariffs on steel imports, echoing protectionist measures taken by Bush in 2002.