Hours after people joined in the largest climate march in history, U.S. President Barack Obama started another war, while simultaneously failing to address our rapidly worsening climate.
U.S. foreign policy
The U.S. is experiencing a failure of economic globalization and foreign policy, amplified by failed, stagnant immigration policies. The latest victims are children seeking safety across its borders.
When Bowe Bergdahl was reported missing in Afghanistan on the morning of June 30, 2009, a crack formed in the U.S. narrative about the longest war in the nation's history.
A $400-billion agreement between China and Russia last week changed the global geopolitical landscape, signalling a new closeness between two major powers that have been distanced for decades.
Is Stephen Harper just a useful idiot to the U.S. -- ranting and raving about Russian expansionism and imperialism so that the U.S. position looks more reasonable by comparison?
The crisis in Ukraine is being used as a battering ram to knock down sensible restrictions on natural gas exports and push through a controversial free-trade deal with Europe.
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.
Since 2009 the U.S. has been launching drone strikes against Yemeni citizens. Is it legal? Is it effective? Is it just? Journalist Farea Al-Muslimi discusses the impact of this military campaign.
The Iran deal confirms that the U.S. administration has finally and effectively decided to break with the war-mongering strategy of its predecessors -- but for how long?
Drone-strike victims are drawing attention to the controversial targeted killing program that has become central to Barack Obama's foreign policy and global war-making.