Maclean’s reports from Tripoli
Despite the arrests and suppression of dissent, the current presidential race shows how far the country has come
It is being billed as the first exercise in true democracy since civilization sprang up in the Nile Valley 5,000 years ago. Egyptians are lining up outside polling stations as
If you haven’t already, do read this piece by Angelique Christafis for The Guardian: The Arab World’s First Ladies of Oppression.
Christafis catalogues the wives of Arab dictators and
Spin doctors silence democratic dissidents and help lobby Washington
The crowds were sparse, but hope remains in Tahrir square
Pro-democracy protesters talk to ‘Maclean’s’ about the toll of fighting the regime and their fears for the future
Will new technologies make North American energy self-sufficiency a reality?
Cypriot officials let a Russian ship loaded with ammunition sail on to Syria
Last year’s revolutions of the Arab Spring were, and remain, the greatest opportunity for the global growth of democracy since the end of the Cold War and the resulting spread
Why the economy matters more than Islam
Will Bashar al-Assad’s brutal crackdown bring down the Syrian regime?
B.C. salmon are radiation-free, RCMP officers get off scot-free for tasering a child
With key regional allies now hostile, the Jewish state appears isolated as never before
Debating the impact of the attacks and how it changed Canadian life, laws and liberties
Tribal feuds, clan rifts and deepening political turmoil threaten to undermine the war against Gadhafi