Canada’s international assistance policy fails to transform the democratic institutions that sustain the oppression and exclusion of women.
Canada’s former ambassador to Russia on why Alexei Navalny is an existential threat to Vladimir Putin.
Civilians are increasingly the victims of cyber operations by state and non-state actors. They need better protection.
That the U.S. might slide into civil conflict is a realistic fear. A free and trusted press can stop it.
Canada’s former ambassador to Beijing on why Canada should selectively engage with China — despite its imprisonment of Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor.
Canada’s support of Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó’s claim to be the country’s interim president hasn’t worked. It’s time to admit failure and change strategy.
Speculation about India’s integration into the Asia Pacific is premature.
How Global Affairs Canada hid behind the Access to Information Act for eight years to avoid disclosing embarrassing information
Azam Jangravi was arrested for publicly defying Iran’s compulsory hijab rules. Then she fled for a new life in Canada.
Power lies in the streets, not the palaces, of the Arab world.
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