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The Uyghurs Versus China
Commentary “Peace, order, and good government.” Sounds familiar to Canadians, eh? Indeed, such language is embedded in the ...
Thinking About China
January 22, 2019
Liberals in Canada Facing Difficulties as Election Looms
There is an old saw that the Opposition doesn’t defeat governments; governments defeat themselves. The Canadian Liberal Party ...
January 8, 2019
Prospects For ‘Peace on Earth’ in 2019
QUESTION: What are the prospects for “peace on earth” in 2019? ANSWER: Excellent—as soon as Satan learns to ...
December 24, 2018
Once Again the Pain of Ukraine
Ukraine is back. Back to plague the United States, NATO, and Europe generally with the conundrum of how ...
December 11, 2018
Yemeni Cricket…But Yemen Isn’t Disney World
No, Yemen isn’t Disney World. It is one of those “s…hole” countries like “Carjackistan” somewhere near the end ...
November 26, 2018
A Time For Remembrance
Seventy years ago, when I was a child, what then was designated “Armistice Day” for the memory of ...
November 13, 2018
The United Nations: A Malicious Failure
“The United Nations, our last best hope in an age where the instruments of war have far outpaced ...
October 31, 2018
The INF Treaty: A Reality Check
President Donald Trump announced on Oct. 21 that the United States would withdraw from the INF treaty (full ...
October 26, 2018
Phoenix-Like, a New NAFTA Rises
There is a French phrase, "sauve les meubles" (save the furniture), that implies there has been a disaster ...
October 5, 2018
A Summer of Discontent for Prime Minister Trudeau
If Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has been hearing a flapping sound recently, it would be from a ...
September 24, 2018
A Hero for the 21st Century?
Hero: A person noted for courageous acts or nobility of character, or (traditional) a warrior-chieftain of special strength, courage, or ability. If you are a reader of history, “heroes” play prominent roles: —Leonidas ...
September 11, 2018
Canada and Saudi Arabia at Loggerheads
When a house cat starts a fight with a wild cat, the results are unlikely to favor the ...
September 1, 2018
Deference to Media Waning Around the World
“Never argue with someone who buys ink by the barrel” credited to former Indiana Congressman Charles Bruce Brownson ...
August 12, 2018
Russia’s and China’s Leaders a Dangerous Duality
Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping lead Russia and China—respectively the world’s second and third most powerful countries. Both ...
July 30, 2018
US and Russia Re-Re-Reset
Russia is a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma. Winston Churchill The classic Churchill maxim remains ...
July 15, 2018
The United States, Canada, and the Tariff War
The U.S.–Canada bilateral relationship has often been described with the hoary maxim that “we are best friends—like it ...
July 1, 2018
Examining the Entrails of the Singapore Summit
The June 12–13 Singapore Summit is over. Now the partisan analysis begins. Is the “glass” half full? A ...
June 18, 2018
Italy’s and the EU’s Struggles Continue
In the United States, citizens with Italian national origin are the seventh largest ethnic group at 17.2 million. ...
June 4, 2018
The Enigma of North Korea
Russia is a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma. Winston Churchill Churchill’s famous quote is less ...
May 24, 2018
France, the US, and Emmanuel Macron
Historically, the United States and France have had a love-hate relationship. One can argue that royalist France won ...
May 7, 2018
Japan Should Not Be a Second Thought in US Policy
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe visited the United States from April 17 to 18, but the importance of ...
April 23, 2018
The Saudis Flex Their Muscles
For decades, the Saudis have been economic giants and political dwarfs. Throughout most of the post-World War II ...
April 9, 2018
Will the West Lose Turkey?
Relations between Turks and Western Europeans have always been fraught. It takes a bit of historical perspective to ...
March 26, 2018
The Difficulty of Ending Gun Violence in the United States
Although not the most costly mass shooting in terms of lives lost, the killing of 17 students in ...
March 12, 2018
The Pain of Ukraine Is Largely Forgotten
Approximately a year ago, David Kilgour and I examined the circumstances then extant in Ukraine. I noted that ...
February 26, 2018
The Philippines Struggles With Democracy
“Democracy is the worst form of government, except for all the others.” Winston Churchill Churchill had a knack ...
January 30, 2018
Rust Spots Gather on the Iron Chancellor II
Four months ago, the global consensus was that German Chancellor Angela Merkel was headed for easy reelection as ...
January 15, 2018
‘Smart Wall’ Is Backbone of Border Security System, CBP Official Says
At Least 10 Australians Imprisoned in China’s ‘Re-Education’ Camp
Dems’ 15-House Seat Midwest Gain Points to Tough 2020 for Trump, GOP
Police: 5 People Shot Dead Inside Florida SunTrust Bank, Suspect Arrested
Trump Sends Letter to Pelosi Saying He’ll Deliver State of the Union; Pelosi Says No
Federal Lawsuit Challenges SEC’s Lifetime Gag Order Policy
Maduro Cuts Off Ties With US, Gives Diplomats 72 Hours to Leave
The Associated Press
Freshman Democrat Lawmaker Quietly Deletes Inaccurate Attack on Covington Students
‘Multiple People Shot’ Inside SunTrust Bank in Sebring, Florida
Pence Delivers Message of Support to Venezuelans, Denounces Maduro