Canadian foreign policy

By Lahari Nanda, The Canada Files, June 1, 2020 The Organization of American States is a conduit for North American imperialism in South…
By Anya Parampil, The Grayzone, May 7, 2020 On May 5, I spoke at length to Drew White, a former US Army Green Beret and the COO of the…
By Ruhi Rizvi, The Canada Files, May 9, 2020 Bolivian self proclaimed “Interim President” Jeanine Áñez Chávez is a Bolivian politician and…
By Claudia Chaufan & Maria Victor Paez, Orinoco Tribune, May 2, 2020 Both at its birth, and later in the paradigmatic Alma Ata…
By Yves Engler, Canadian Dimension, April 11, 2020 As many Canadians remain isolated in their homes due to the ongoing coronavirus…
By Ben Norton, The Grayzone, April 8, 2020 Human Rights Watch, the leading so-called rights organization in the United States, has…
By Arnold August, teleSUR, March 30, 2020 On Aug. 5, 2019, Global Affairs in Ottawa issued the following News Release in part support of…
By Yves Engler, Canadian Dimension, June 1, 2020 Do black lives in Haiti matter to the Canadian government? At the time of writing, Justin…
By Moss Robeson, Grayzone, March 26, 2020 Once an underground network of fascist ideologues shunned by the Ukrainian Canadian community…
By Eoin Higgins, Common Dreams, March 26, 2020 The U.S. Department of Justice on Thursday announced charges of international drug…
By Yves Engler, March 25, 2020 Despite the prime minister’s show of visiting a place where thousands of people were sold as commodities,…
By Jim Miles, Palestine Chronicle, March 23, 2020 Some book covers are better than others, and that of Yves Engler’s House of Mirrors is…
By Yves Engler, Dissident Voice, March 13, 2020 Not satisfied with Canada’s largest public relations machine, the Canadian Forces also…
By Brent Patterson, The Leveller, March 7, 2020 The business of war is coming to Ottawa on May 27-28. CANSEC, North America’s largest…
By Yves Engler, March 5, 2020 Just when you think Canadian government hypocrisy could hit no greater heights, the Liberals launch a double…
By AFP, Feb. 28, 2020 A Vancouver-based mining company can be sued in Canada for alleged human rights abuses overseas including…