Donald Trump at Davos: Watch his full speech

On Friday President Donald Trump delivered a special address to the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Below is a replay of Trump’s speech. MORE ABOUT DONALD TRUMP: Melania Trump’s lonely one-woman resistance Donald Trump is making America more expensive for consumers The cautionary tale of Kellie Leitch How Canada avoids U.S.-style government shutdowns The most…

Melania Trump’s lonely one-woman resistance

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Justin Trudeau tells the world’s richest men about gender equality

Only one-fifth of delegates to the World Economic Forum are women

Justin Trudeau on dads taking care of babies, and other economic policy issues

John Geddes on the three points from the PM’s Davos speech—on trade, technology, and, yes, newborns—that deserve a little unpacking

Justin Trudeau’s false Davos dichotomy

After a fracas over his vacation, Justin Trudeau says he will not be going to Davos. But that’s doing Canada a disservice.

Scott Gilmore at Davos: The vanity fair comes to an end

Unpacking the World Economic Forum’s wild parties, meaningless buzzwords, and lack of diversity

Scott Gilmore at Davos: Elites like refugees, but not Trump

What’s being said at the World Economic Forum about Donald Trump and his odds of success

Scott Gilmore at Davos: Of castes, shoes and sound bites

On the World Economic Forum’s social pyramid, parties and business opportunities

Scott Gilmore at Davos: Of despots and do-gooders

Welcome to the World Economic Forum, where the privileged and powerful meet with the (mostly) best of intentions

Chrystia Freeland unveils Harper’s future in Davos

Paul Wells on why the launch of the Convergence project sounds familiar

Watch the replay: Justin Trudeau at Davos

Justin Trudeau, Klaus Schwab and Fareed Zakaria discuss the global economy and ‘the Canadian opportunity’

What really happens in Davos

There are the Wall Street elites, the wild parties, the Canadian piano player—but also some of the most important work being done in the world