My National Post column argues that short-term optimism and long-run pessimism make China’s geopolitical ambitions acutely dangerous.
Recently a reader asked me what books I’d suggest “every young person should read before they consider themselves informed enough to vote”. I’m happy to oblige… but I don’t limit it to young people. And if they’re important to read before you vote they’re surely important to read before you run for office.
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Ottawa is a strange place. But the trial of Mike Duffy is weird even by its standards, as I explain in C2C Journal in the only format that seemed suitable to the occasion.
In June the CBC asked me for a radio commentary based on a National Post column I’d written on the thoughtless way social conservatives are abused in Canadian public debate. You can listen to it here.
My latest National Post column explains why history is not on Hillary Clinton’s side.