Why our pandemic recovery plan is a chance to fight for a greener planet.
Why we’re not all in this together, and why we must be
Open Canada contributor Arash Azizi, a PhD candidate in history at New York University, is the author of The Shadow Commander: Soleimani, the U.S., and Iran’s Global Ambitions (Oneworld, 2020).
We published a satirical article saying Muslim leaders don’t care if China kills Muslims as long as they don’t draw the Muslim prophet. Chinese Uyghurs found it plausible.
It is increasingly difficult for countries like Canada to exert influence on the world. CANZUK seems to offer a way to make that possible again.
American stewardship of a summit on renewing global democracy feels like an old solution to a new problem
It was the parts of South Sudan where First World and Third World conditions overlapped that reminded me of the Canada I knew.
How social media went from toppling dictators to platforming hate.
Ethan Lou, Field Notes From A Pandemic: A Journey Through A World Suspended. Signal/McClelland & Stewart, an imprint of Penguin Random House Canada, 2020.
Rethinking Canadian identity and independence in a post-American world