Columnists
A handful of COVID-19 vaccine vials. Image credit: Marco Verch Professional Photographer/Flickr
Rick Salutin | What's more "embarrassing," the fact that Canada is buying vaccines through a program run by the WHO to supply vaccines to poor nations, or the sanctimony of Canadians who are "shocked" to hear it?
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A Light Armoured Vehicle patrol on August 14, 2016 at Petawawa, On. Image: Flickr/4 Cdn Div / 4 Div CA - JTFC/FOIC
Yves Engler | The sober reality is Trudeau represents a continuation of his predecessor's foreign policy. I might need to redo my 2012 book "The Ugly Canadian," with the tagline "Justin Trudeau's foreign policy."
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Yves Engler | Foreign policy is a truth-free, fact-free zone. What do most Canadians know about our government’s actions in Afghanistan or Haiti?
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Yves Engler | The Globe and Mail's close ties to the Munk Debates and University of Toronto's Munk School of Global Affairs should worry journalists and everyone who cares about foreign policy discussion
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Yves Engler | At the party's first leadership debate last weekend there wasn't a single foreign policy question despite a host of contentious recent party positions on international affairs
Podcast
Victoria Fenner | rabble.ca parliamentary correspondent Karl Nerenberg shares his thoughts on the September 28 debate in Toronto.
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Yves Engler | Stephen Harper's Conservatives are working to expand Canadian arms exports and the focus is Middle Eastern monarchies entangled in a great deal of violence.
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Karl Nerenberg | NDP MP Paul Dewar's private member's bill would have forced Canadian companies to exercise 'due diligence' when dealing with 'conflict minerals' that end up in our cell phones and on store shelves.
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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.
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Common Frontiers | We call on the Canadian parliament to refrain from passing legislation to implement the Canada-Honduras FTA.
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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
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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.