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Yves Engler | Trudeau should see Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman's diplomatic break and raise him a wide-ranging ethical challenge. Here's how.
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David J. Climenhaga | Thanks to Saudi Arabia, our government has a chance to do the right thing. What could the Friends of Saudi Arabia, otherwise known as the Conservative Party of Canada, say, after all?
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Former Canadian PM Stephen Harper with former U.S. president George W. Bush, in 2006 when Harper had a decent excuse to visit the White House
David J. Climenhaga | If Stephen Harper wants to serve his country in the conduct of foreign affairs, he needs to wait to wait until he is asked by the elected government of the day.
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Rick Salutin | As Trump's America veers closer to entertainment than politics, citizens are the losers.
Columnists
Duncan Cameron | There has been no indication from Team Trudeau that it wants to add value to world politics, only that it wants to protect the status quo in relations with the U.S.
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David J. Climenhaga | There are a lot of people you can blame for Donald Trump -- including the Democrats for running a candidate like Hillary Clinton. But the Russians?
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Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan | A war with Iran would be a catastrophe, yet by opposing diplomacy, hundreds of members of the U.S. Congress may be blundering into just such a conflict.
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Stephen Kimber | The case of Mohamed Fahmy is not the first time the Harper government -- advancing ideological agendas or demonstrating diplomatic deafness -- has left Canadians to the mercies of foreign governments.
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Matthew Behrens | The Ukraine debacle represents the latest in a pattern of Stephen Harper and John Baird supporting coups and ignoring human rights violations as a nasty but necessary part of doing business.
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Brenna Slawich | Since the Conservatives won their first minority government in 2006, we have seen a gradual shift in Canadian foreign policy where domestic political concerns have come to override any other concern.
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Jooneed Khan | 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?
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Leif Larsen | Norway's ambassador to Canada recently spoke in Winnipeg on the subject of Arctic policy, climate change and Canada's relationship with its neighbours.