Eric Miller is a Fellow with the Canadian Global Affairs Institute. His research focuses on United States politics/foreign policy, supply chains, the development of advanced technologies, East Asian trade, North American relations, natural resource markets, and the evolution of global interdependence.
Mr. Miller is a regular media commentator. He has published articles and given interviews to, inter alia, CBC, Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Globe and Mail, Washington Post, BBC, The Guardian, South China Morning Post, National Post, Wired, Los Angeles Times and Bloomberg.
Eric Miller is also President of Rideau Potomac Strategy Group, a consultancy that advises private and public sector clients on North America, Asia, Latin America and Europe trade, technology, government affairs, business, and geo-political matters.
From 2013-2016, Mr. Miller served as Vice President for North America and Cybersecurity at the Business Council of Canada, which represents the CEOs of the 150 largest companies in the country. From 2008-2013, he was the first representative of Canada’s Department of Industry in the United States, based at the Canadian Embassy in Washington, DC. Earlier in his career he spent 8 years with the Integration and Trade Division of the Inter-American Development Bank. He began his career at the Canadian Chamber of Commerce.
Mr. Miller has extensive international experience, having advised more than 40 governments in North America, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean, and the Middle East on trade, transportation, technology, and economic policies. Over the course of his career, he has worked on the development of six free trade agreements.
Mr. Miller presently serves on the Advisory Committee to Canada’s Deputy Minister of International Trade where he offers advice on Canada’s trade strategies. He also serves as a Global Fellow at the Woodrow Wilson Center Canada Institute.