The Current

The Current for Dec. 11, 2019

Today on The Current: Our national affairs panel unboxes NAFTA 2.0; plus, we discuss the Afghanistan Papers, a vast trove of documents showing the war effort was doomed from the beginning, and top US officials knew it. Finally, Canadian scientist Andrew Rader discusses his new book on exploration, and how our curiosity has shaped our history, and will shape our future.
Veteran CBC political reporter and foreign correspondent Laura Lynch is interim host of The Current. (CBC)
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Today on The Current: Our national affairs panel unboxes NAFTA 2.0, and discusses the economic challenges still facing Ottawa. Plus, we discuss the Afghanistan Papers, a vast trove of documents that shows the war effort against the Taliban was doomed from the beginning, and top US officials knew it. Finally, Canadian scientist Andrew Rader discusses his new book on exploration, and how our curiosity about the unknown has shaped our history, and will shape our future.

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