The killing goes on with a complicated conflict in semi-stalemate. Canadians should go there to help.
Precedent suggests acrimonious, inconclusive finger-pointing to no ultimate result.
The Canada-US ambassadorial pair’s public duel displayed the frayed relations between the two countries.
Obama's delay on Keystone XL is no longer principled, but puerile.
Because the US government would have very reluctantly accepted Quebec independence.
Washington is poised to send another bagman. One doubts that he will have the access or leverage to promote US interests in Canada effectively.
The circumstances in Mali epitomize a local responsibility exercise. Why does Ottawa believe it has a dog in this fight?
The Middle East peace process defines frustration. Negotiators rush from one intractable problem to another—and watch problems they had believed resolved start to unravel.
Observers tell those with reduced budgets they must do more with less. The reality is that all you can do is less.