Kelly Stephens on the failure of Bosnia and Herzegovina to move forward on its path to EU and NATO membership.
John Baird traveled to Africa yesterday, the sixth such visit during his time as Minister of Foreign Affairs. He will be attending the Friends of Syria meeting in Marrakesh, Morocco tomorrow, a group of nations who support regime change in Syria.
Protests continue to hit the streets of Libya, though with anger now directed towards members of its own population rather than the incendiary, anti-Islamic YouTube film that captured the world’s attention earlier this month. On September 21st, tens of thousands of protesters stormed the headquarters of Ansar al-Sharia, the militia whose members are widely believed Read More…
The US Securities and Exchange Commission recently ruled in favour of greater transparency in the extractive industries.
Years of increasingly stern sanctions are taking a serious toll on the Iranian economy. Though Iran has long been at odds with the US and the West, this summer has seen the imposition of the toughest sanctions to date.
As the refugees continue to flow across international borders, additional strain is being placed on scarce resources.
With the resignation of the controversy stricken head of CIDA Bev Oda and her replacement by former chief of Toronto Police Julian Fantino, Kelly Stephens asks if the Conservative government even has a plan for the development organization.
June was a month full of debate regarding the effect of Alberta’s oil sands on Canada’s economy and environment.
Last week marked one of the bloodiest in Iraq since the withdrawal of U.S. troops in December of last year. With a series of attacks on Shi’a targets claiming over 100 lives, concerns that sectarianism is re-emerging in Iraq are beginning to surface.
Overshadowed by events in neighbouring Egypt and Syria, it is easy to forget that Libya is undergoing a crucial process of post-conflict reconstruction and democratization.