Honduras has become Canada's best bud in our co-sponsorship of the Lima Group, a monomaniacal effort to replace one distasteful Venezuelan leader with another.
In Canada, little mention or inquiry has been made of the fact that current U.S. policy on Venezuela is part of a longstanding pattern of American intervention in Latin America.
What happened at Christchurch -- mass murder produced as the logical result of a long-running political epoch defined by the dehumanization and demonization of Muslims -- happens every day.
Amidst revelations of alleged political interference on the SNC-Lavalin file, and the bullying of former justice minister Jody Wilson-Raybould, our "feminist" PM's true colours are beginning to show.
The Liberals' well-intentioned effort to implement a feminist foreign policy is vastly outgunned by Canadian industries that are disproportionately hurting women.
Trudeau willing to sell weapons to the autocratic monarchy in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia but draws the line with Chavezista socialists in Venezuela.
If we claim to be the "doctors without borders" of international relations, shouldn't Canada swear to "first do no harm" like MDs before beginning practice?
The majority of this week’s roundup revolves around the Trudeau government’s failure to deliver on many of its progressive promises -- and the hollowness of those promises in the first place.
The Trudeau government has largely maintained the Conservative government's pro-Saudi policies and support for Riyadh's belligerence in the region.
Trudeau should see Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman's diplomatic break and raise him a wide-ranging ethical challenge. Here's how.