Whatever the Harper Conservatives may think, building a network of trust around the world is even more necessary today than in 1968.
Canadian foreign policy
France's Le Monde newspaper argues for a long-term, Haiti-style tutelage of Mali. The Harper government in Ottawa can be expected to fall seamlessly into line.
Ken Stone explains the conflict occurring in Syria and the push for regime change by the West. U.S. hegemony, not human rights, is the priority.
Robert Allison of Independent Jewish Voices Canada explains why Israeli actions against the Palestinians are contrary to principles of Judaism and what needs to be done to create peace in the region.
Nora Loreto speaks about the jingoism of Remembrance Day, the symbolism of the red poppy and the Canadian culture of war.
I speak with Yves Engler, award winning author and activist, on his latest book entitled "The Ugly Canadian: Stephen Harper's Foreign Policy."
The UN is an almost impossible institution and needs many things. But the very last thing it needs was a petulant lecture on behalf of Stephen Harper's Canada.
If Justin Trudeau really wants to serve the country rather than the rearguard of his party, he has no choice but to acknowledge the reality: The NDP is the new Liberal party.
Canada played Honduras in a World Cup soccer qualifier in Toronto on June 12. The score was 0-0, but Tyler Shipley says that in the realm of politics, Honduras is losing and Canada has a role in that.
I speak with executive member of Afghans for Peace Samira Sayed-Rahman on their role in the protest against the NATO summit in Chicago.