Curtis: Are global talks on climate change useful?
Adjunct Professor at Queen's University and Chair of Statistics Canada's Advisory Committee on International Trade Statistics
- Curtis: Will the current Israeli-Palestinian negotiations progress in the coming months?
- Curtis: What regional and/or international challenges are most pressing for the governments of Canada, Mexico, and the United States, respectively?
- Curtis: Are criticisms of the preliminary nuclear accord with Iran prescient or paranoid?
Yes, like all Summits, they focus world-wide (particularly politicians) attention on the issue – and when the public tide of attention at some stage in the future is lined up as well (ie. “political will”), substantive progress will be made…