There can be no expectation that our military interventions will do more good than the obvious disaster they are.
The government can pick and choose which Canadians it will and won’t help. That should change.
The forces for greater global unity are now hostage to the very success of that unity.
Invasions are always done for laudable reasons, but invaders are rarely prepared for the fallout.
The easy part is to go to war, but there is often little if any consideration given to the consequences that follow.
The fundamental question now is whether to drop the demand that the Assad regime go.
From Watergate to Duffygate, officials are often found to be lacking a moral or ethical compass.
It is not surprising that serious issues and problems roil the EU from time to time. What is extraordinary is that the mechanisms for co-operation are sufficiently robust.
How would an independent Kurdistan square with Ottawa’s aversion to new states based on linguistic and cultural attributes?