What's the problem with "radicalization"? The process that leads to radical outcomes -- whatever they are -- is various and malleable. Their experience radicalizes people -- or doesn't.
The point isn't to decide who started it. It's: can you interrupt the cycle, which has nothing essential to do with Islam or religion. It's basically tit for tat.
Instead of making declarations of war, France needs to remember the Lafontaine fable about the ox and the frog, and re-examine its blind new alignment with American imperialism.
Canada's new national defence minister, Harjit Sajjan, was a high-level intelligence officer in Afghanistan. Did he know about Canada's complicity in torture?
The reviewers gave Justin Trudeau high marks for a dazzling, dramatic performance. But what really happened at the Munk debate?
Against all odds, a lively, informative debate emerged from Roy Thomson Hall on Monday night at the Munk debate on foreign policy.
Robert Fisk is an award-winning journalist who is currently on a cross-Canada speaking tour focused on Syria. Read this exclusive interview.
H. Peter Langille
It's time to re-organize Canada's foreign and defence policies around the umbrella concept of sustainable common security. Here's why.
Tonight follow rabble's live coverage of the Munk debate on foreign policy which includes rabble staff live-tweeting, instant analysis and of course babble.
David J. Climenhaga
In a corner, the prime minister will pander to his reliable base rather than risk doing the right thing.