diplomacy

Vietnamese government fears 'Black April Day' bill would open up old wounds

Vietnamese government fears 'Black April Day' bill would open up old wounds

Embassy in Ottawa lobbying Parliament to drop private member’s bill.


Minority Christians flee Iraq, Sudan

Meriam Ibrahim’s high-profile flight from Sudan is an extreme case, but others have fled religious radicalization too.


Pisco sour makes Peru party a sweet deal

While the country was making headlines for risqué reasons, this reception kept the focus on more mundane pleasures.


Israeli deputy going back to reality

Eliaz Luf caps off four years of work in and out of the headlines.


Strange things under the Ottawa sun

The Harper Conservatives have been as revolutionary or reactionary a government that Canada has ever seen. But it has been change through subterfuge, duplicity and artifice—not with shouting from the barricades.



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July 23, 2014

A record of Canada Vietnam relations