The need to adapt our thinking on international trade to reflect the reality of the 21st century is examined in this Commentary.
A Pill Too Hard to Swallow: The US can’t solve its prescription drug woes at the cost of Europe or Canada
AIMS President Brian Lee Crowley highlights the problems of drug re-importation schemes ... and Europe's hypocrisy in condemning American plans to do so.
In this Commentary, AIMS president Brian Lee Crowley explains the next steps for Atlantica. In the keynote speech to the Halifax Shipping Association, Crowley says if we fail to make Atlantica work, the region will be left behind.
This Commentary is based on remarks made by AIMS president Brian Lee Crowley to the Reaching Atlantica conference in June 2006. It takes the next steps in the Atlantica concept and explains what needs to be done to take advantage of the opportunities.
When people are free to buy what they please, you have to give them what they want, so explains AIMS president Brian Lee Crowley in this Commentary based on remarks he delivered to an economic summit in the Annapolis Valley region of Nova Scotia. He says the principle is relevant to everything we do in Atlantic Canada, but nowhere is it more important than in agriculture.
Is Newfoundland really open for business? AIMS president Brian Lee Crowley triggered animated debate during the final panel at the 2006 NOIA conference in St. John's with his remarks titled "Newfoundland: Open Season on Business".
It is not an Atlantic Gateway strategy that will make a difference to Atlantic Canada, but Ottawa’s embrace of the international northeast economic region known as Atlantica. This commentary provides the steps that need to be taken to "Make Atlantica Work".