NDP says still confident about national program, but warns of communication breakdown.
We are still anti-Assad but we cannot be pro-rebel. Very confusing.
If it comes to an all-out struggle, Israel knows which side it wants to win in the Syrian war and in a Sunni-Shia war looming in the eastern Arab world.
Analyst says hard to compare allies’ structures to Canada.
While thankfully Boston killed only four people, and a Canadian plot was thwarted, during that same timeframe over 700 people were killed in Iraq.
The mere threat of a possible planned attack leads to a public clamouring for tighter security.
North Korea’s nuclear bluster is turning out to be an all-purpose defence program justifier.
Canada declined to sign on to a joint statement that pointed out the incompatibility of nuclear weapons and international humanitarian law, likely because that would violate its NATO commitment to nuclear deterrence.
There won't be any foreign military intervention, and the Syrian civil war won't end any time soon.
The foreign minister deserves credit for seeing the complexity of the Syrian conflict.
There is a lot of media space available nowadays, and a striking shortage of truly terrifying international threats, so the few modest ones that do exist are magnified to fill the scary news quota.