Tories trying to add 'loopholes' to arms trade treaty, NDP charges

Gun lobbyist is part of official delegation.

Tories trying to add 'loopholes' to arms trade treaty, NDP charges

Gun lobbyist is part of official delegation.

Kenyan crackdown under the sun

A former Embassy reporter's first-hand account of police storming a political rally, and his own subsequent arrest.

Edwards defends spending cuts, embassy closures

Embassies and consulates in Europe and Africa were closed in favour of more trade offices in Asia and Latin America.

A critical year for Afghanistan

Commanders say they now have the troops and tactics that could win the war, but the Taliban is crafty and the clock is ticking.

DFAIT cries for help in seal hunt Web war

It's likely a little too late in the game to make much of a difference, but the government has decided to start defending the seal hunt where it really matters: on the Web.

The road to 2020

Canada has some serious, crosscutting challenges to grapple with over the next decade, which promises to be as unpredictable as the last.

Support for Taliban rising in Afghanistan

Afghans are losing confidence in their country's civilian and military institutions alike while the Taliban is gaining popularity, according to the sixth quarterly report on Canada's mission in Afghanistan.

Could Canadians be charged with war crimes?

If public inquiry not called, Canadians may be charged at International Criminal Court

The Yes Men punk PMO at Copenhagen

Canada's climate change policy was already a joke heading into the COP 15 negotiations in Copenhagen, but it got a whole lot funnier thanks to the intervention of some notorious pranksters known as The Yes Men.

  
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