How you feel about John Paul II will tell you how you’ll feel on April 2.
Paul Wells explains why Harper’s speech deserves a closer listen
The Americans is a rare beast: a political show that pleases both right and left
OTTAWA – A monument commemorating victims of communism will be erected near Parliament Hill.
A group called Tribute to Liberty will receive up to $1.5 million from the federal government
By Alexander V. Pantsov (with Steven I. Levine)
While the honouring of Norman Bethune continues to cause a minor fuss, Elizabeth May questions Canada’s relationship to China.
In the House, explaining why Bill C-38 must be passed, the
She likely did not appreciate the response, but Elizabeth May did get the Prime Minister on his feet with this question at the very end of QP yesterday.
Sino-Forest’s troubles give a valuable glimpse of the inner workings of Chinese “capitalism”
Pyongyang’s funerary pomp and strategy of terror mirror the darkest days of its communist neighbour
Europe’s highest court bans the hammer and sickle from being trademarked
Plans to erect a monument commemorating victims of Communist rule face a lack of public interest (and funding)
While the Prime Minister’s Office tries to explain the difference between Denis Lebel and Nycole Turmel, Pat Martin invokes the red-baiting days of yore.
“In my first life, ‘Are you
Diplomacy’s wheeler-dealer on the country’s emergence and his own role in it
A human rights group is pressing President Dmitry Medvedev to finally decide the fate of the Bolshevik revolutionary’s cadaver
Beijing is encouraging the spread of female imams among its Muslims
Barbara Falk compares the Rosenbergs and Omar Khadr.
American justice has been marred in both the Cold War and the War on Terror by a combination of politically motivated prosecutions
It’s been two decades since the Berlin wall came down