It puts the disintegration of relief to the most vulnerable of migrants together into one disturbing package.
Deputy foreign affairs committee chair says Baird reacted too fast to EU deal drop.
Alexander contrasts the gradual escalation of the Syrian conflict with the sudden nature of a typhoon.
With prorogation behind them, new and familiar faces have formed committees. Hereâ€™s who they are and what theyâ€™re doing.
Daniel Jeanâ€™s move caps a year of change in the top foreign policy ranks of the public service.
Bulgarian chargÃ© not optimistic visas will be lifted in the short term, EU envoy calls them a continued irritant.
Embassyâ€™s crystal-ball look at the Oct. 16 throne speech and coming government priorities.
Embassyâ€™s annual reading list of the yearâ€™s most notable Canadian foreign policy books.
The country decided to gamble on aggressive public messaging, analysts say.
Although new laws aim to prevent marriage fraud, the problem of monitoring those individuals who have slipped through the cracks remains a challenge.
CIC says all visa offices are open, operating at full strength.
Money is â€˜insufficientâ€™, and situation is deteriorating, NGO reps say.
Top diplomat says he drops plans to visit any country that asks too many personal questions.
Sister AngÃ©lique Namaikaâ€™s story serves as a reminder of the horrors of sexual violence in the DRC, and the need to stop it.
Nation awaits Canadian designation as â€˜safeâ€™ country.
A human face from the hold of the Ocean Lady.
One manâ€™s take on life aboard the ship that became an icon of the Harper governmentâ€™s human smuggling policy.
Envoy responds to Ilamaran Nagarasa's speech.
The battle to open Canadaâ€™s portals to refugees from Chile led to a renewed Canadian citizen interest in foreign policy, and reforms in refugee policy.