Canadian foreign policy

By Shree Paradkar, The Toronto Star, May 30, 2021 We live in revolutionary times. A nationwide coalition rallied to defend Indigenous…
By Michael Lynk, The Toronto Star, May 25, 2021 In his recent memoirs, Barack Obama recalled a revealing exchange about American policy…
By Margaret Kimberley, Glen Ford, & Justin Leroy, Black Agenda Report, May 25, 2021 The issues of race and class are intertwined, and…
By Yves Engler, May 20, 2021 NDP leader Jagmeet Singh’s call for an arms embargo on Israel is a positive development. But, with tens of…
By Jeremy Appel, Jacobin, May 21, 2021 n April 12, Canadian global affairs minister Marc Garneau announced the cancellation of export…
By Labour Against the Arms Trade, Canadian Dimension, May 18, 2021 The following is an open letter to the Canadian labour movement from …
By Aidan Jonah, The Canada Files, May 12, 2021 On February 3, 2021, the Canadian terrorist entities list was updated with 13 further…
By Roger Annis, Dissident Voice, April 23, 2021 A new round of disinformation and threats against Russia is being staged by the NATO…
By Paul Jay, Jean Saint-Vil, & Yves Engler, The Analysis.news, March 20, 2021 In Haiti, President Moise refused to leave when his term…
By Yves Engler, Canadian Dimension, May 9, 2021 Ignored in the flap over the Halifax International Security Forum (HFX) awarding its…
By Yves Engler, May 9, 2021 The Liberal government continues to promote an often-controversial industry across our planet. Canada is home…
By Richard Sanders, Canada Files, April 22, 2021 Throughout the Cold War, Canada’s Department of External Affairs wielded the CBC’s…
By Max Blinks-Collier, The Intercept, Sept. 26, 2021 It was often when Rosa Elbira Coc Ich was cooking lunch in the communal outdoor…
Visiting a Uyghur public school in Xinjiang By Daniel Dumbrill, May 13, 2021 I visited a school in Kashgar. One correction, in the video…
By Yves Engler, Jacobin, May 7, 2021 Three-quarters of the world’s mining companies are headquartered in Canada. Canadian mining firms are…
By Steve Lalla, Orinoco Tribune, April 10, 2021  Don Davies, lawyer and member of Canada’s national parliament, confirmed that unilateral…