Trudeau says Canada will seek Security Council seat
John Baird is in New York today to vote against a resolution that would recognize Palestine as a non-voting observer state at the United Nations. The Prime Minister referred to
For Benjamin Netanyahu, the question is not if, but when to bomb Iran
And why Washington and Tehran must learn to trust each other nonetheless
The military council provisionally ruling Egypt has scheduled a referendum on constitutional reforms, while forces controlled by Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi gained ground in the country’s civil war
Will Brazil’s first female president bring change, or is she just ‘Lula in a skirt’?
Obama’s recent trip snubbed Islamabad, and underscored how important relations with Delhi now are
AARON WHERRY reports from Canada 150: today the party tackles the world
Six years later, Mulroney has yet to give us a convincing account of his deal with Schreiber. Can we really leave it at that?
Must-reads: John Ibbitson on the boomers’ lament; Rosie DiManno on Afghanistan’s disabled; Colby Cosh on “food miles”; Janet Bagnall on Plan B; Thomas Walkom on Ontario’s industrial future.