The government now seems to be moving in the direction of making the prevention of atrocities a foreign policy priority.
Refugee award highlights the courage and tragedy of Colombian women.
Any time Dean Allison embarks on a Parliamentary delegation, he says, he brings a bottle of Niagara's finest as a gift.
If every deployment required the consent of Parliament the government’s daily conduct of foreign and defence policy would be frankly unworkable.
Ninety-two per cent of surveyed churches and church-connected groups expressed concern about the lack of consultation with Sponsorship Agreement Holders.
Lame-duck Barroso visits campaigner Harper.
Beyond the Border has brought us pretty far but is nowhere near yesterday's story. There's still a lot to be done.
Canada must adopt binding human rights standards for companies operating abroad.
Bank of Canada research shows deviations from a single price are not as large or as persistent as many believe.
We're making sure that what we're paying for and what we're supporting as Canadians is being disseminated to Canadians in a digital way.
Afghanistan’s government and nascent democratic system might actually survive and prove to be fit for purpose.
Some speaking notes for Prime Minister Stephen Harper at the UN.
What upsets me is not that masked clowns threaten, but that our media would broadcast it, and pundits would then add their gravitas.