As the Maduro regime cancels the leadership referendum process, the Organization of American States cannot ignore its antidemocratic actions any longer, writes former ambassador Allan Culham.
From improved relations with the U.S. to the “black eye” the Saudi arms deal represents, we take a comprehensive look at the Trudeau government’s foreign policy challenges and successes over the past 12 months.
If the results come close, the idea that the election was rigged — even if false — could blow up into a serious storm. Stephen Blank on what to expect in the final months of the campaign, and after.
Some of the schoolgirls abducted by Boko Haram in 2014 do not want to return home. Are some of them radicalized? Simon Palamar looks at what that means and why such a discussion is often avoided.
While Canada’s education system ranks high among OECD countries, socioeconomic inequality factors in at all levels. This is why it matters.
Analysis of more than one million Twitter posts reveals the political maneuvering in portrayals of Syrian refugees, and the global pivot on the issue triggered by the image of Alan Kurdi in 2015.
The $15-billion Saudi deal may be Canada’s biggest but it is certainly not the first. As Canada’s long history as an arms exporter shows, many deals are not on the books and fly in the face of the country’s peacekeeper reputation.
As Evon Sworesho explains, there are many actors involved in the anti-ISIS fight in Iraq, but some are more vulnerable than others.
On the largest Canadian arms deal ever, with a human rights violator no less, the facts speak for themselves.