How 45,000 Syrian refugees are building new lives after five years in Canada
Canada is home to a large and engaged Iranian diaspora. It is divided and heartbroken but can still help Ottawa chart a path forward with Tehran.
Why it matters that women journalists report on conflict and fragile states.
The Prime Minister’s insistence on viewing India through a narrow lens of domestic diaspora politics hamstrings what should be a productive relationship
A retired Canadian diplomat reflects on lessons learned from a career spent trying to nurture more decent governments in other countries
A return to the “Washington Consensus” that prevailed until 2016 would be foolish and dangerous.
COVID did to countries what it did to people: reveal pre-existing conditions.
My father always promised he would show us his childhood home in Syria. War made us wait.
The Taliban killed my mother when I was a girl. I imagined a new life in Canada with my husband who had worked as a translator for Canadian soldiers in Kandahar.
Democracy thrives when we have somewhere to meet and discover each other, to argue and find shared purpose: a coffeehouse, a pub, a newspaper.
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