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Nicolas Maduro. Photo: President of the Russian Federation/Wikimedia Commons
Yves Engler | In their push for regime change, Ottawa is backing talk of an invasion of Venezuela.
Columnists
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Rick Salutin | Conventional soldiers "keeping the peace" could be as fatuous as the obscene "war to end all wars" was. But apparently most Canadians like the idea of peacekeeping -- who wouldn't?
Columnists
Murray Dobbin | The Libyan story should provide critically important foreign policy lessons for the West and for Canada, but without a mea culpa and recognition of this catastrophic error, no one will learn anything.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | Twelve million people have been forced from their homes by the civil war in Syria. Hundreds of thousands have made the perilous trek to Europe. We speak with James Paul, author of Syria Unmasked.
Columnists
Linda McQuaig | For years, the pro-war right has suppressed any meaningful discussion of the "root causes" of terrorism, limiting our focus to the horrific nature of terrorist acts in order to rouse us to go to war.
Columnists
Duncan Cameron | Canada is going to war. That we know, and not enough more. In voicing support for military intervention in Iraq and possibly Syria, the House of Commons divided along partisan lines.
Blog
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Gerry Caplan | Do France's objectives for Operation Serval, its military intervention in Mali, make sense? This question matters to everyone, not least to the countries from which France is seeking assistance.
News
Roger Annis | A state of emergency prevails in Mali, declared by the governing regime. Meanwhile France continues bombing and Canada extends its involvement.