An IHS Cambridge Energy Research Associates special report on development of the Canadian oil sands.
Michael A. Levi argues that a price on carbon would provide the United States energy security and prod the Canadian oil sands industry to clean up its emissions act.
The Canadian oil sands present an important challenge to policymakers: they promise energy security benefits but present climate change problems. Michael A. Levi assesses the energy security and climate change effects of the oil sands and makes recommendations for U.S. policymakers within the context of broader bilateral relations with Canada.
Once considered too expensive, as well as too damaging to the land, exploitation of Alberta's oil sands is now a gamble worth billions, says Robert Kunzig.
Edward Alden writes that the quest for perfectly secure borders premised on plugging vulnerabilities poses special, and possibly insurmountable, problems. The United States needs some way to distinguish serious threats from minor ones, and to calculate the costs of trying to counter those threats.
Max Boot discusses David Hackett Fischer's latest work, Champlain's Dream.
Australia and Canada don’t have particularly deep or close relations, but there are strong reasons to believe that closer Canberra-Ottawa ties would bring substantial benefits to both, writes Walter Russell Mead.
Republican presidential candidate John McCain gave this speech to the Economic Club of Toronto in Ottawa, Canada on June 20, 2008.
Scott G. Borgerson testifies before the U.S. Senate on a current and evolving policy framework for managing Canada's fisheries and oceans.
This poll surveyed the U.S., Canada, and seven European countries, finding "widespread support" for increased transatlatic cooperation.
U.S. legislation proposing environmental-impact tariffs on imports could violate free trade accords and embroil Washington and its trading partners in serious disputes.
Watch Stephen Harper, prime minister of Canada, discuss priorities for Canadian foreign policy, including climate change, the Americas and NAFTA, security in Afghanistan, and arctic sovereignty.
Listen to Stephen Harper, prime minister of Canada, discuss priorities for Canadian foreign policy, including climate change, the Americas and NAFTA, security in Afghanistan, and arctic sovereignty.
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper discusses the security, economic, and environmental concerns of North America.
Shortages of skilled labor in Canada’s oil sector are causing wages to rise and could cause global ripples in the industry.
A summit of like-minded North American leaders in Quebec addressed trade, immigration, and security issues.