The diplomatic wounds in the early days of the pandemic have mostly healed, but the appetite for “reshoring,” or bringing manufacturing back from foreign markets, remains strong. The question for Canadian leaders is whether the benefits of reshoring outweigh the efficiencies brought about by global trade.
This week’s Hub Dialogue Roundtable discusses the lessons Canada’s government should learn from the resignation of U.K. Prime Minister Liz Truss as well as a controversy in the Canadian Armed Forces around an offensive call sign in one of Canada’s frontline fighter jet squadrons.
Technocratic economists need to learn what Hayek knew: trying to micromanage an economy often does more harm than good. Understanding the limits of human knowledge is an antidote to overconfidence and overreach.
This episode of Hub Dialogues features host Sean Speer in conversation with Russ Roberts on the limits of economics, how to approach the biggest decisions we face, and the importance of relationships to human flourishing.
This episode of Hub Dialogues features Sean Speer in conversation with Manhattan Institute president and leading policy thinker Reihan Salam on urban policy, immigration and identity, the state of American…
On today’s episode of Frum Dialogues, David Frum and host Sean Speer discuss growing signs of a recession in the United States and the short- and long-term consequences including for Canada’s own economy.