What elements previously associated with Canadian global engagement might have been lost or forgotten?
The government should push for quick completion of the TPP trade deal.
Foreign fighters for the Islamic State bear some resemblance to the Spanish Civil War fighters of the 1930s.
New CSR counsellor needs to heal the black eye Canada’s reputation has received.
Canada should ratify the Third Optional Protocol to help enforce child rights internationally.
Russia is not the Soviet Union. It occasionally grabs a bit of territory that isn’t covered by a NATO guarantee, but it dares not go any further.
Why we don’t need a list of safe countries to make Canada’s refugee system work quickly and fairly.
The government is following a 16th-century approach to infectious disease.
Stuck with busy work, the real issues get pushed aside.
We believe that women’s rights must be an election issue, and we are calling on all federal parties to make meaningful commitments to change women’s lives for the better, in Canada and abroad.
The West should be open to working with ideological competitors such as Iran.
Budget bill includes tweaks affecting provinces. To improve the troubled program, more provincial-federal co-operation is needed.
A big portion of its wine production was in Crimea, now claimed by Russia.
While fighting terrorists is necessary, it won’t do much to solve problems of employment and opportunity.
Inter-American Commission on Human Rights asks Canada to account for cases that fall through the cracks.