Op-Eds

  • October 8, 2004|Author: John Wiebe
    China Minmetal Corp.’s proposed takeover of Noranda has excited a vehement negative response in the Canadian media since it was first reported last week. In these pages, Terence Corcoran and Peter Foster, reliable proponents of free markets, have made the case against acquisition. An unlikely chorus of labour leaders and corporate social responsibility proponents has joined them. Politics may...
  • July 5, 2004|Author: Thomas S. Axworthy
    Among the many issues that were given scant attention in the recent election campaign, foreign affairs must rank as one of the most neglected. Apart from the occasional sound-bite on military spending, the Iraq war, and missile defence, Canada’s role in the world was not part of the mainstream election debate. Perhaps it is just as well that we were not subject to political posturing on complex...
  • May 17, 2004|Author: Yuen Pau Woo
    India’s stock market has been jittery the last few weeks, on news that the BJP would lead a minority government at the end of the three-month long national elections. Investors have come to associate India’s newfound economic prowess with the BJP and are fearful of a change in government. When the news broke Thursday that the BJP would not only lose its majority but would likely hand over power...

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