|Blog Roger Annis | The ceasefire in Syria and voices favouring peace in Ukraine offer a few glimpses of hope as the year 2017 opens.|
|Blog 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?|
|Columnists Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan | The President-elect's vague tweet set off alarms around the world, necessitating a cadre of his inner circle to flood the airwaves with now-routine attempts to explain what their boss "really meant."|
As corruption hits close to home, we must remember there are alternatives to deregulated corporate capitalismChristopher Majka | Should Canadians be concerned that Bombardier has paid $2.46 billion to a shell company in Belize with no office or employees? Deregulated corporate capitalism breeds graft. There are alternatives.
|Blog 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?|
|Podcast Redeye Collective | Sanctions are crippling the efforts of aid workers in Syria as the country faces a humanitarian catastrophe, according to a recent UN report leaked to Rania Khalek of the Electronic Intifada.|
Ukraine foreign minister makes news in Canada for wanting to scuttle Arctic co-operation with RussiaRoger Annis, Renfrey Clarke | Some Canadian media seems to think that sabotaging co-operation between countries in the Arctic region a climate-warming world is a legitimate weapon in the ongoing propaganda war against Russia.
|Blog Roger Annis | If Western media reported the truth about the conflict in Ukraine, the killing there could more easily be stopped. And the world could become safer all around.|
|Blog Scott Vrooman | In which Scott Vrooman finally outs himself as a Kremlin agent.|
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | NATO's top soldier lets it slip there's no evidence the Russians pose any threat to the three Baltic Republics. So what are Canadian soldiers doing there?|
|Blog Roger Annis | A sabotage operation against Crimea by Ukrainian ultranationalist extremists is another uncomfortable moment for Ukraine's Western sponsors. Western media's solution is to change the subject.|
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | There's a strong possibility that if NATO's leaders decide Russia is making gains in the south, they'll get up to mischief in the north.|