The refusal to accept a visit by Ghani and Abdullah demonstrates how shallow our commitment was.
States like Canada will be expected to work hard to ensure that an upcoming conference has some veneer of success.
In the long run, engagement works.
Development actors have not necessarily integrated displaced persons into their programs.
The centre of gravity of the world economy is moving south and east.
Too little Canadian funding has been going to reproductive health care and family planning.
Canada has maintained its position as a leader of Arctic co-operation.
A “needless concession” a few years ago is today a political necessity, only the victims have changed.
The best agents of influence are those who shape the hearts and minds of tomorrow’s leaders.
The Harper government’s decision to hold off is mystifying many and raises bigger questions about Canada’s Asia strategy.
A short guide to violent extremist groups, from Al Qaeda to ISIS.
The record shows an increasing percentage of valid refugees from so-called safe countries.
Situations like the migrant drowning deaths in the Mediterranean happen because military interventions are not fully thought through.