A former foreign service officer in Kandahar on lessons from Canada’s longest war
Sally Armstrong, one of the world’s foremost chroniclers of women and conflict, on what the Taliban’s victory means for the long and magnificent struggle of Afghanistan’s women and girls
Like a lot of reporters of my generation, I tend to divide my life between what happened before and what happened after
Canada responded to the systemic shock of 9/11 by defending the rules of the international order
A former party staffer and adviser on why the party’s foreign policy must be built on solidarity.
A former Tory staffer on why Conservative leader Erin O’Toole has a chance to flip the script on the Liberals by showing some compassion.
A former Liberal advisor on why the party should help vaccinate the world’s refugees and think twice about rebuilding Canada’s military.
A day doesn’t go by that I don’t see my grandmother’s face in those of elderly men and women searching for safety in Afghanistan today.
Canada’s first ambassador to Afghanistan on why Pakistan must pay a price for invading its neighbour.
An Afghan-Canadian refugee on what Afghan women will face now that the Taliban have retaken the country.
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