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Khalid Awan upon returning home from being wrongfully jailed for 17 years in the U.S. Image courtesy of Matthew Behrens.
Matthew Behrens | Canadian Khalid Awan paid one of the heaviest imaginable prices for the system of racial profiling, mass arrests and indefinite detentions that targeted racialized communities after 9/11.
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Jennifer Henry of KAIROS Canada. Photo by Dennis Gruending.
Dennis Gruending | The federal government has reinstated funding chopped in 2009 by the Harper regime for KAIROS Canada's Women of Courage program.
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Huawei Canada. Photo: Raysonho @ Open Grid Scheduler / Grid Engine via Wikimedia Commons
Duncan Cameron | Canada's decision to make nice with the U.S. by arresting Huawei's top financial executive -- knowing full well that China would be enraged over the arrest -- has serious political overtones.
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Demonstrators outside Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland’s constituency office in Toronto. Image: José Luis Granados Ceja​
José Luis Granados Ceja | In the span of only few months, the Canadian government has issued at least 14 statements aimed at undermining the democratically elected government of Nicolas Maduro in Venezuela.
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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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Photo: Ali Eminov/flickr
Yves Engler | Canada's most influential global studies program is the brainchild of a mining magnet with a significant personal stake in a particular foreign policy.
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Karl Nerenberg | Trudeau is sending a lobbyist to Washington and a politically connected lawyer to New York. Neither brings any notable experience to the job. They are American-style partisan appointments.