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United States and Iran at the Brink
Iran, a civilization going back at least 2500 years with an industrious talented population of about 80 million, ...
May 21, 2019
Ukraine’s New President a Product of Peaceful, Democratic Change
Election authorities in Ukraine recently officially named TV star, comedian, and political novice Volodymyr Zelenskiy as the new ...
May 8, 2019
Immigrants and Refugees Are Vital to Canada’s Success
Canada, like the United States, is an immigrant nation, with waves of newcomers predating Confederation (1867) and many ...
April 26, 2019
Prosecutorial Independence and the Rule of Law in Canada
Canadians might ponder whether we are still a rule of law nation with prosecutorial independence as a major ...
April 8, 2019
New US Human Rights Report Singles Out China
The U.S. State Department’s recently released Human Rights Report for 2018 is its yearly attempt to hold other ...
March 26, 2019
Bring Human Rights to the North Korea Negotiations
The recent Trump-Kim meeting in Hanoi achieved nothing concrete. President Donald Trump properly refused to remove all economic ...
March 12, 2019
Canada, Huawei, and the 5G Network
Banning Huawei Technologies from participation in building Canada’s high-speed 5G wireless network is probably inevitable, especially given opinion ...
Thinking About China
February 25, 2019
SNC-Lavalin Controversy and the Rule of Law
Political or economic convenience for anyone, including a prime minister or political party, is never a factor in ...
February 13, 2019
Venezuelans Can End Their Tyranny
Commentary Venezuela has long played an important democratic role in the Americas, including becoming the first Latin American ...
February 4, 2019
David v David (The Book)
For over five years, David T. Jones (retired U.S. diplomat) and David Kilgour (retired Canadian Member of Parliament)—aka ...
February 3, 2019
Beijing’s Mass Internment of Uyghurs
Last fall, 646 international scholars signed a statement condemning the internment of Uyghurs and other Turkic Muslim minorities ...
Thinking About China
January 22, 2019
Prospects For Canada’s 2019 Election
The 2015 Canadian election made Justin Trudeau prime minister with a large Liberal majority in our House of ...
January 8, 2019
‘Peace on Earth’
When we encounter the above phrase, many sigh inwardly, thinking that international, national, and regional peace are probably ...
December 24, 2018
West Needs to Impose Real Costs on Russia Over Ukraine
What can the West now do effectively about the three Ukrainian naval vessels and their 23 sailors recently ...
December 11, 2018
Yemen’s Nightmare: War Brings Famine
A Washington Post headline recently declared, “85,000 Yemeni children have starved to death during the Saudi-led intervention in ...
November 26, 2018
The Centenary of the WWI Armistice
Nov. 11 this year marks the centenary of the 1918 Armistice, following the Great War triggered by the ...
November 13, 2018
Social Media and Trafficking of Children for Sexual Exploitation
The buying and selling of human beings is regrettably sometimes as easy as a click on a keyboard. ...
October 31, 2018
US–Mexico–Canada Trade Agreement a Win for All 3 Nations
Trade between the United States and Canada has long provided millions of good livelihoods across both countries. Many ...
October 5, 2018
Justin Trudeau and Upcoming Canadian Election
The upcoming Canadian election campaign, with the vote set by legislation for Oct. 21, 2019, has unofficially already ...
September 24, 2018
A Firm and Resolute Chinese Hero
The award-winning documentary film “Letter from Masanjia” tells the true story of the extraordinary courage and hope of ...
Thinking About China
September 11, 2018
Riyadh Overreacts to Canadian Stand on Women’s Rights
Among almost 200 independent nations across the world, there are probably few more different in their national characters ...
September 1, 2018
Media Key to Good Governance, but Press Freedom Diminishing Worldwide
Independent media are essential to good democratic governance. Adolf Hitler’s minister of armaments, Albert Speer, upon his release ...
August 12, 2018
Chinese and Russian Regimes Vs. Democracies and the Rule of Law
Despite similar totalitarian rule following 1949 under Mao Zedong and Joseph Stalin, China and Russia for various reasons ...
July 30, 2018
Summit an Opportunity For Trump to Convince Putin to Break With Imperial Past
President Donald Trump meets Russian President Vladimir Putin on July 16 in Helsinki, Finland—a venue famed for hosting ...
July 15, 2018
American-Canadian Economic Interdependence
Our nations share the world’s longest secure border; approximately 400,000 persons and goods and services worth about US$1.7 ...
July 1, 2018
Singapore and a Safer World
The Singapore summit, attended by about 3000 international journalists, followed decades of an uneasy stability maintained in Asia ...
June 18, 2018
Italians and the European Project
On June 1, a populist government took over in Rome, capping a political drama that sent European financial ...
June 4, 2018
Trump’s Lawyers Come to an Agreement With House Committees to Hold Off on Subpoenas: Report
Trump Admin Sidesteps Congress to Sell Arms to Middle East Allies
Rep. Mark Meadows Reviews New Information About ‘Strzok Coverup’
Trump Jr. Hits Back at Pelosi’s ‘Praying’ Comments: ‘I Don’t Think the Party of Infanticide Is Praying for Anyone’
UK Intel Agencies Frame ‘Spygate’ Involvement Ahead of Trump’s Declassification
Honda Recalls 137,000 SUVs for Sudden Air Bag Deployments
Trump Arrives in Japan for Ceremonial Visit
Federal Judge Who Blocked Trump’s Border Wall Donated to Barack Obama
Actor Jon Voight: ‘Trump Is the Greatest President Since Abraham Lincoln’
Trump Cheers U.S. Troops During Stop in Alaska on the Way to Japan