Blog
Dave Markland | Canadian forces kill one civilian in Kandahar; Americans kill five.
Blog
Dave Markland | A recent poll of 3,200 Afghans found a large majority of Afghans want the government to make amends with the Taliban.
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Dave Markland | A British intelligence officer heavily criticizes the war in Afghanistan, revealing little popular support.
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Derrick O'Keefe | On May 21, 2007, Malalai Joya was unjustly suspended from the Afghan National Assembly. Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper was in Afghanistan on that day.
Columnists
Rick Salutin | There's more to those Crosby-Ovechkin, Sid the Kid vs. Alex the Great duels in the Pittsburgh-Washington playoff series than hockey. The Russia-Canada nexus has a long backstory.
Columnists
Rick Salutin | Ontario's Education Ministry put up a website for parents this week comparing schools based on standardized test results and socio-economic status. It included a shopping cart.
Podcast
Dan Kellar, Alex Hundert | <p>[email protected] Radio hosts Alex Hundert and Dan Kellar discuss Galloway's ban, Nazi's in Calgary, and NATO</p>
News
Lindsey German | As leaders gather for NATO's 60th anniversary summit, a leader of the UK anti-war movement explains why activists from across Europe are converging to protest the alliance and its war in Afghanistan.
News
Yves Engler | With a major NATO summit in Europe beginning tomorrow, a look at the history of Canadian foreign policy with respect to Russia and Eastern Europe.
Blog
Nima Maleki | An unresolved conflict between Azerbaijan and Armenia risks igniting renewed war between these two countries and pulling regional players into the conflict.
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Nima Maleki | "Strategic chaos" threatens to deepen insecurity in Afghanistan. The symptoms of collapse are heavily reported but the plan remains more of the same.