Political leaders don’t seem to understand the conflict.
Foreign fighters for the Islamic State bear some resemblance to the Spanish Civil War fighters of the 1930s.
What elements previously associated with Canadian global engagement might have been lost or forgotten?
Consultations on Israel, UAE part of growing trend to boost export opportunities for Canadian gunmakers.
Foreign Affairs launches consultations to add Mideast allies to growing list of firearms export markets.
Russia is not the Soviet Union. It occasionally grabs a bit of territory that isn’t covered by a NATO guarantee, but it dares not go any further.
Airstrikes alone didn’t work in Libya. Yet, the same strategy is unfurling in Iraq.
The West should be open to working with ideological competitors such as Iran.
While fighting terrorists is necessary, it won’t do much to solve problems of employment and opportunity.
With no US ground troops, no bribe money for tribal leaders and the Iraqi army virtually dissolved, why does anyone believe an air campaign alone will achieve success?
US defence industry giant Lockheed Martin is talking about building a compact nuclear reactor with no radioactive waste, no risk of meltdown and no carbon dioxide emissions. Too good to be true, or scientific miracle?
The prime minister speaks to MPs after two Canadian Armed Forces members were killed and Parliament was attacked.