The 'only way forward' for media freedom

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July 9, 2019

As policymakers and journalists meet this week in London, former Middle East correspondent Kareem Shaheen explains why supporting independent media is the key to press freedom in that region — and to democracy everywhere.


The Conservative state of foreign affairs

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July 3, 2019

Andrew Scheer has laid out a reasonable approach to foreign policy, argues Jen Gerson, but when it comes to US relations, China and climate change, Conservatives must prepare for uncertain times ahead.


Canada’s cannabis conundrum

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June 28, 2019

Can Canada call for a rules-based order while violating international conventions? Madelaine Drohan reports on tensions brewing over the country's drug laws.


Dark days for Canada-Cuba relations

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June 13, 2019

There has been a long friendship between Ottawa and Havana. But, as Lana Wylie writes, a perfect storm has been brewing to reverse decades of cooperative trade, travel and politics.

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