On a bitter winter night in February 2018, I arrived in Montreal, alone, having fled my homeland of Zimbabwe. I´m a journalist who wrote extensively about Zimbabwe´s political violence, its corrupt handling of the country’s mineral wealth and the suppression of LGBT rights. I often received verbal and email threats that mentioned my journalism. I […]
Excerpted from China Unbound: A New World Disorder by Joanna Chiu ©2021 Joanna Chiu. Published by House of Anansi Press www.houseofanansi.com
The first Canadian diplomat stationed in Sudan on why the coup in that country must not derail efforts to bring the former president to justice
When Open Canada relaunched over a year ago, among the first articles I published as editor-in-chief was an essay by journalist Kareem Shaheen in which he reflected on his reporting on the death and suffering of civilians during Syria’s civil war, and on the apparent absence of any difference that reporting had made. The experience […]
Dennis G. Molinaro, ed. The Bridge in the Parks: The Five Eyes and Cold War Counter-Intelligence. University of Toronto Press, 2021.
Canada said it’s committed to holding its citizens accountable for sex crimes committed while deployed on UN peacekeeping operations. It’s failing.
Mélanie Joly has an opportunity to give Canada’s foreign policy the coherence it’s been missing
We were not conquered. We lost no wars, surrendered no rights, signed no treaties.
Can a Canadian-inspired approach to private refugee sponsorship work in Germany, home to more refugees than anywhere else in Europe?
Mark Carney. Value(s): Building a Better World for All. Signal, 2021.
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