Columnists
U.S. President Donald Trump with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Photo: The White House/Wikimedia Commons
Linda McQuaig | By co-operating with the U.S. request to extradite Chinese executive Meng Wanzhou, Canada is enabling rogue and reckless behaviour by the Trump administration.
Blog
David J. Climenhaga | Canadian Ambassador Ken Taylor smuggled six Americans out of Tehran in 1979. It's hard to imagine the U.S. returning the favour today.
Podcast
Chinese government increases pressure on workers
Piergiorgio Moro | Sheung So of the Hong Kong based NGO Labour Education and Service Network talks about control of workers by the Chinese Communist Party.
Columnists
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Minister Chrystia Freeland speak with journalists following the conclusion of USMCA negotiations in Ottawa. Photo: Adam Scotti/PMO
Duncan Cameron | In ongoing talks with Japan and the EU, the U.S. plans to use the precedent created by a concession granted in the USMCA to advance the American goal of punishing China for its trade practices.
Podcast
Image: Heather White. Used with permission.
David Peck | In 'Complicit', Heather White exposes the ongoing abuses of workers' right in Chinese megafactories. She talks with host David Peck about activist Yi Yeting and the only ones who can force change.
Podcast
Falun Gong Silent Protest
Hershy He, Kerry Foster | The practice of Falun Gong includes mass arrests, "re-education" through torture, executions and widespread allegations of organ harvesting for the medical market.
Blog
Donald Trump
David J. Climenhaga | Is it possible that Donald Trump, a political dilettante, does not understand how serious a predicament he could soon find himself in?
Blog
Image: friendsofhassandiab.blogspot.ca/
Gerry Caplan | Two years ago, Dr. Hassan Diab was extradited to France and immediately imprisoned on spurious and very rocky charges. With Trudeau considering an extradition treaty with China, should we be worried?
Blog
Canadian Journalists for Free Expression | Thirty-five civil society organizations jointly call on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to ensure that human rights are not cast aside in pursuit of trade relations and currying favour with China.
Blog
Canola
David J. Climenhaga | Problems marketing Canadian oilseeds in China are not the result of Chinese politics. They have their origins in the politics of the former Harper government, right here in Canada.
Book Review
Ellen Tolmie | 'Forbidden Fruit' is Gail Pellett's raw and highly personal memoir of the year, mid-1980 to mid-1981, when she lived in Beijing as China was just emerging from its decade-long Cultural Revolution.
Blog
Image: PMO/Adam Scotti
Gerry Caplan | Canadians may not yet have seen through Mr. Trudeau's theatrics. But the shrewd Chinese clearly have.