Why jihadist insurgencies persist

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May 23, 2018

Even the best efforts to build peace sometimes end up financing chaos. As Aisha Ahmad explains, it comes down to a complex web of resources, uneasy alliances and ongoing corruption. So what can be done?


Trudeau's G7 gender equality push gains traction

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April 30, 2018

Last week, members of Trudeau’s G7 Gender Equality Advisory Council met for the first time to discuss ‘bold’ ideas. While the prime minister’s approach has been lauded by many feminist activists, others are calling for more measurable action, as Catherine Tsalikis reports from Ottawa.


A new national security act for Canada

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April 11, 2018

With Trudeau’s replacement for the controversial Anti-Terrorism Act (once called Bill C-51) closer to becoming law, Andrew Seal looks at the differences between the two, including surveillance tactics, review mechanisms and the no-fly list appeal process. 

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