There are three ways Trudeau's new cabinet can help reframe the discussion over Canada’s asylum system, writes the UNHCR’s Jean-Nicolas Beuze — an urgent task for this minority government.
Trudeau revealed his new cabinet members Wednesday. With Champagne as foreign minister, it is time for a fresh look at the portfolio, writes Jocelyn Coulon.
With the next session of a new UN working group on cyber activity around the corner, Paul Meyer reviews the state of the debate.
The Brexit Party says it will not compete for Conservative seats in the UK's December election, aligning the country’s right-wing parties more than ever. Is the ‘Canada model’ their example?
The new constitutional committee is an opportunity to increase support for peace in Syria but, as Kareem Shaheen writes, there is even more to be done.
When CSIS was created, its culture mirrored the male-dominated environment at the RCMP. Thirty-five years later, women are taking up space, on surveillance missions and around the executive table.
The longtime Beirut-based reporter, now the subject of a new Canadian documentary, reflects on his career in the field and the stories that are being missed in the region.
In the wake of the UN's response to sexual abuse in Haiti, Chantel Cole visited the country with a team of Canadian researchers. She explains what she learned there about the importance of local actors having a seat at the policymaking table.
The regulation of speech by contract fails to provide adequate transparency and protection for freedom of expression and other human rights. Could models such as ARTICLE 19's Social Media Council help?
From Peru, David Agren reports on efforts toward — and challenges to — reconciliation and climate protection in South America.
In its second week of unrest, Chile, long seen as Latin America’s ‘economic miracle,’ is quickly becoming ground zero for social policy reform. Is change possible?
With the Liberals, NDP and Greens working together on policy, there is a chance to push a progressive climate agenda — if the right stories are told.
Canadian lawyer Leilani Farha has become a global voice for the right to adequate housing. She chats with OpenCanada as a new documentary about her work screens internationally.
International issues such as climate change were discussed, but foreign policy was largely absent this campaign. As this was the first election with Trump next door, were all leaders playing it safe?
When it comes to dealing with Canadian-born ISIS fighters and other issues of global justice, interest from the political parties vying for power has been unreliable at best, argues Mark Kersten.
Robert Greenhill lays out 10 facts to better understand what’s at stake this election and beyond.
After spending this past year living in United States, Canadian author Naomi Klein reflects on what the momentum for the Green New Deal there can teach Canada about climate action.
International issues were briefly mentioned during Monday's leaders' debate, and federal parties have outlined their foreign policy priorities, but at a time when much is at stake globally, a more meaningful approach is needed, writes Michael Petrou.
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