Canada should encourage Israel to attend disarmament conference: Analyst

Israeli Embassy, DFAIT give few details on proposed UN-sponsored event.

Egypt, Tunisia envoys call on Canada to speed up return of frozen assets

The Canadian government says it needs more information before it's able to move.

Canada to change course, recognize right to water: Kent

Observers fear future efforts may water down UN language.

G8 Arab Spring transition fund commitment a 'pleasant surprise:' Analyst

Recipients are interested in how money committed at Camp David will be divided.

Canada's human rights reputation under fire

UN special rapporteur for the right to food says he was told public servants would be adequate for his mission.

Future Afghan refugee funding in question

Canadian delegates joined an international conference on sustainable repatriation, but UNHCR support is 'still under consideration.'

Ex-foreign minister Lawrence Cannon is Canada’s new man in Paris

Prime Minister Stephen Harper appoints the defeated Conservative MP just as Canada-Europe free trade talks go into crunch time, and France shifts left.

Shuttering Iranian visa office a 'body blow' to diaspora in Canada, says community leader

Decision further limits the ability of Iranians to travel to the West.

Ukrainian bread and the 'art of diplomacy'

When asked for his first impressions of Ottawa, Marko Shevchenko does not hesitate.

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