January 22, 2018
On today's Global Exchange Podcast, we continue our discussion on the future of the North American Free Trade Agreement. Join Colin in conversation with a roster of prominent trade experts as they discuss the future of the deal, the likelihood of finding common ground at the negotiating table, and what to expect from round six of negotiations in Montreal.
- Colin Robertson (host): A former Canadian diplomat, Colin Robertson is Vice President of the Canadian Global Affairs Institute and a Senior Advisor to Dentons LLP.
- Lawrence Herman: Chair of the CITT’s National Advisory Committee and a member of the Trade Expert Advisory Council of the Canadian Department of International Trade. He is also a Senior Fellow of the C.D. Howe Institute. Find more of his work at www.hermancorp.net.
- John Weekes: Canada’s ambassador to the WTO from 1995 to 1999 and the chief negotiator for Canada during the original NAFTA negotiation. John is also a CGAI Fellow.
- Laura Dawson: Director of the Wilson Center's Canada Institute and a member of the CGAI Advisory Council.
- Eric Miller: a Fellow at the Canadian Global Affairs Institute and the President of Rideau Potomac Strategy Group, a cross-border consultancy that advises clients on government affairs, economics, cybersecurity and geopolitical developments.
- Sarah Goldfeder: a Principal at the Earnscliffe Strategy Group and a Fellow at the Canadian Global Affairs Institute.
- "NAFTA: A Primer for the Montreal Round" - by Colin Robertson (CGAI Policy Update)
- "What Should Canada’s Aims be in Any Renegotiation of NAFTA? (Win)" - by Sarah Goldfeder (CGAI Policy Paper)
- "Remaking NAFTA: Its Origin, Impact and Future" - by Eric Miller (CGAI Policy Paper)
- Lawrence Herman: “The Rise and Fall of the Great Powers” by Paul Kennedy
- John Weekes: “Munich” by Robert Harris
- Laura Dawson: “What Happened” by Hillary Rodham Clinton
- Eric Miller: “The Soong Dynasty” by Sterling Seagrave
- Sarah Goldfeder: “On The Road” by Jack Kerouac
- Colin Robertson: “The Square and the Tower” by Niall Ferguson