Canada foreign policy

Blog
Mar 7, 2014
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Harper's strategy shift in the Middle East

Arash Falasiri
Observing the socio-political spheres of the Middle East these days, you'll probably hear "Canadians have become more Americanized than Americans!" ... from independent journalists and activists.
Blog
Dec 21, 2013

Canada's naked self-interest in foreign policy

Yves Engler
Should the primary purpose of Canadian foreign policy be the promotion of corporate interests? Canada’s business class certainly seems to think so. And with little political or ideological opposition
News
Dec 17, 2013
Photo: flickr/HelenSTB

Nelson Mandela: A complex legacy

Jonathan Cook
An opinion on the complex legacy of Nelson Mandela and the division between his actual actions and thoughts and what certain people choose to appropriate from his legacy.
Blog
Apr 8, 2013
Photo: dfait.maeci/Flickr

John Baird's murky trip to the Middle East

Gerry Caplan
Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird is on a long visit to the Middle East. Like Canadian foreign policy in general these days, the exact purpose of the trip is a bit murky.
Event

Tyler Shipley speaking on "Ottawa and Empire"

Jul 4, 2017
Toronto Public Library, reference Library
789 Young street
toronto
Canada
CA
Join Tyler Shipley as he discusses Canada's role in the 2009 coup d’etat in Honduras and his book "Ottawa and Empire:Canada and the Military Coup in Honduras."
Event

OpenCanada 5th Anniversary Panel: The Left At War

Jun 9, 2016 to Jun 10, 2016
Spadina Lounge, Centre for Social Innovation (CSI)
215 Spadina Ave. Suite 400
Toronto , ON
Canada
Ontario CA
To mark our fifth anniversary, OpenCanada is hosting its first public event -- a panel on the state of leftist foreign policy.
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