Conservatives Give Senator Andreychuk Chance to Flex Her Foreign Policy Muscles

It's been more than a decade since Conservative Senator Raynell Andreychuk was selected to sit on a special committee to review Canada's foreign policy in 1994, but the Saskatchewan native still wields more than a little influence when it comes to international affairs.

This Prize, A Sign of Trouble

Unlike the Nobel Prize and other prestigious awards doled out by world bodies, winning the John Humphrey Freedom Award for human rights is always an indication that something's wrong in the country from which the winner comes.

China, Canada Working Together in Crisis

The devastating quake that killed more than 80,000 people in western China six months ago may be over, but the survivors have to live with the psychological scars of that horrible event, and their stories still cry out to be told.

Nuclear Weapons: Everyone or No One

As someone who is quite familiar with events in India, courtesy of a distinguished career as a journalist, an MP, and author of several books, including a biography on Nehru, Mobasher Jawed (MJ) Akbar watches the impending nuclear deal between his country and the U.S with a bit of skepticism, if not cynicism.

Burmese Junta Fulfilled its Obligations, Time for International Community to Do the Same

Nigeria: 'Assumption is Entire System is Corrupt'

Kenny Doing His Part to Watch Over Canada

Driven Together to Bring an End to Pain, Bitterness

Sometimes You Need Sticks to Go with Carrots

Listening to the Poor in Afghanistan

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