In Saudi spat, Canada stumbled onto a strong human rights position. But if Trudeau wants to remain ‘firm’ on values, the $15-billion arms deal is untenable, Cesar Jaramillo argues.
As polarization plagues the world around us, young people are not immune. On International Youth Day, we must recommit to bursting our filter bubbles.
As Gregg Carlstrom reports from the Middle East, the dispute not only sends a message to allies and trade partners, but fuels support for a new Saudi identity.
lobster industry in the US is feeling the tariff pinch, but America’s loss is
Canada’s gain, as Andrew Cohen reports from the island of Vinalhaven.
Stefan Labbé puts together our annual recommended summer reading list, featuring books on Trudeau’s foreign policy, women and the internet, climate change, migration, and more.
With results in from a public opinion survey commissioned after the Department of National Defence launched its new strategy in 2017, Roland Paris summarizes the most interesting — and sometimes surprising — findings.
It has been a tumultuous few weeks for Prime Minister Theresa May. Will her Brexit plan work or is her job in peril?
Spain’s new prime minister has appointed a cabinet comprised of 65 percent women. Is that enough for a government to be called ‘feminist’?
Finalists will present their ideas in Waterloo and Kingston in the fall of 2018.
With a surge in far-right movements, security agencies need to keep better tabs at home and coordinate at the international level, argues Steven Zhou.
Canada is likely already drafting its roadmap to earning a seat on the UN Security Council for 2021-2022. Marta Canneri explains what still needs to be done before the election for the spot in 2020.
Canada has prioritized an inclusive economic growth agenda at home and abroad. As Lamia Naji writes, if it leverages the next generation of political, social and tech leaders properly, it can make that happen.
Both Latin American states repress their citizens and have little regard for human rights, so why have they received such different treatment from Canada and others?