Since 2008, Saeed Malekpour has been serving a life sentence in the infamous Evin prison after he says he was tortured into a false confession
May 21st, 2015 1 comment
Michael Petrou on the resignations, victories and conflicts that may lie ahead following Thursday’s vote
May 8th, 2015 9 comments
Maziar Bahari tells House committee that while there may be progress on the nuclear file, human rights abuses must not be ignored
The Nigerian bishop on the impact of Boko Haram, religious crises masking economic issues—and his hopes for reconciliation
Michael Petrou on tears at the UN, and the failure of the 2013 agreement aimed at eradicating Syria’s chemical weapons
April 17th, 2015 5 comments
The Indian prime minister’s long overdue visit was a success—and it was good for Harper, too. Next stop: Toronto.
One photo op is unlikely to sink a campaign, it’s true. But the British PM has bigger problems.
Michael Petrou on the West’s framework nuclear deal, why it’s a half-measure, and why it likely won’t mean more freedoms for Iranians
April 7th, 2015 3 comments
Michael Petrou reports on the Iranian author who has lived in Canada for most of the past five years and has been jailed in Tehran
Michael Petrou on why Harper’s plan to have airstrikes in Syria will work, but the mission continues to have a major flaw
March 24th, 2015 2 comments