X
HELP US MAKE SENSE OF OUR COMPLEX WORLD
The Canadian Global Affairs Institute provides credible, open access expertise on global affairs. With your support, we can continue to spark impassioned nation-wide discussions designed to help Canadians better understand their role in the international arena.
S U P P O R T   U S
SUPPORT US

In The Media

‘Today is a bad day for world trade’: Trump slams U.S. allies with tariffs

by Doug Palmer (feat. Colin Robertson)

Politico
May 31, 2018

President Donald Trump's move to slap penalties on imports from U.S. allies and China is moving the country to the brink of a global trade war — with U.S. consumers, farmers and manufacturers caught in the middle — as the White House tries to wrest concessions from reluctant trading partners.

The Trump administration will impose new duties on steel and aluminum imports from three key trading partners — the European Union, Canada and Mexico — after failing to reach deals with them to address national security concerns related to the imports, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said Thursday.

The decision has implications for farmers in key Midwestern states who will see their exports crimped, consumers who are expected to pay more, workers who may see cost-cutting in export-heavy industries and global relations with crucial trading partners as the U.S. tries to exert pressure on China.

CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE AT POLITICO


Be the first to comment

Please check your e-mail for a link to activate your account.
SUBSCRIBE TO OUR NEWSLETTERS
 
UPCOMING EVENTS

CONFERENCE
7th Annual Procurement Conference: “Procuring for Interoperability”

October 7, 2020

Ottawa, Ontario


POSTPONED DUE TO COVID-19

SEARCH
EXPERTS IN THE MEDIA

Japanese legislators want joint US-Japan military drills near contested Senkaku islands

by Caitlin Doornbos and Hana Kusumoto (feat. Stephen Nagy), Stars and Stripes, September 18, 2020

Taiwan ties of former Japan PM’s brother worry China

by ANI (feat. Stephen Nagy), ANI News, September 18, 2020

Activists, Experts Call on UN to Recognize China’s Uighur ‘Genocide’

by Asim Kashgarian (feat. Kyle Matthews), VOA News, September 17, 2020

The CDC’s credibility crisis, pandemic PR, and virtual conference malaise

by Damian Garde, Rebecca Robbins, and Adam Feuerstein (feat. Heidi Tworek), The Readout, September 17, 2020


LATEST TWEETS

HEAD OFFICE
Canadian Global Affairs Institute
Suite 1800, 421-7th Avenue SW
Calgary, Alberta, Canada T2P 4K9

 

OTTAWA OFFICE
Canadian Global Affairs Institute
8 York Street, 2nd Floor
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1N 5S6

 

Phone: (613) 288-2529
Email: contact@cgai.ca
Web: cgai.ca

 

Making sense of our complex world.
Déchiffrer la complexité de notre monde.

 

© 2002-2020 Canadian Global Affairs Institute
Charitable Registration No. 87982 7913 RR0001

 


Sign in with Facebook | Sign in with Twitter | Sign in with Email