American belligerence is perhaps the biggest argument in favour of ensuring the G20 remains relevant, writes Kevin Carmichael. In Osaka, there were hints about how that might be achieved.
Jessica Rose compiles a wide range for this year’s summer holiday reading guide, from short stories set in Iran to a deep dive into global food production.
The G20 leaders' summit runs June 28 and 29 in Japan. What will Justin Trudeau's most useful service be if the event is sidelined by a Xi-Trump meeting?
An ongoing federal court case could determine whether Canada can consider the US to be safe enough for refugees and asylum-seekers — especially women facing violence.
Former UN prosecutor and human rights scholar Payam Akhavan reflects on the multiple meanings of genocide and why semantic debates should not get in the way of doing what is necessary to end violence against Indigenous women and girls.
Patrick Strickland reports from Greece, where the consequences of impunity for violent crime against minority groups has left deep scars, offering a cautionary lesson for the rest of the world.
Thousands attended Women Deliver this week in Vancouver. Urooba Jamal breaks down new funding announcements and conference discussion themes, from feminist foreign policy to Indigenous rights.
Canada played a central role in the end of the 1999 Kosovo conflict. Michael W. Manulak looks back to understand how strategic positioning within diplomatic networks — when backed by the right military capabilities — brings influence.
Canadian journalist Arno Kopecky remembers working alongside the ‘pure force of narrative’ who taught the world as much about rejecting African stereotypes as he did the human condition.
Montreal hosts RightsCity on June 3. In advance of the conference, participants share their views on the current gaps when it comes to addressing human rights.
Women have been at the forefront of the uprising in Sudan, but can they translate that role into a more positive positioning in the country’s next chapter?
Could the era of Germany’s first female chancellor end sooner than planned? Merkel’s departure — whenever it occurs — shouldn’t trigger drama for liberal Europe, but instead could be a chance for a rebirth, writes Christine Keilholz.
The United States is attempting to shift gears when it comes to nuclear disarmament. But, Paul Meyer writes, if it truly wishes to improve the international security environment, it should start by implementing its own existing commitments.