When it comes to Venezuela, Canada’s on the wrong side of the coup

Andray Domise: The myth of this country’s ’peacekeeping’ nature lets it get away with destabilizing and taking advantage of less powerful nations
Opposition protest against Venezuelan president Maduro

The NDP’s response to the Venezuela crisis has become an unfunny farce

Terry Glavin: Jagmeet Singh has lost the message on a key foreign-affairs question to an assortment of activist groups, posturing MPs and ghosts of the New Democrat past
Hungary Holds Parliamentary Elections

In countries around the world, elections without a free press are a dire reality

Opinion: The rise of authoritarianism in places like Hungary and Venezuela are chilling reminders that we can’t be complacent about freedoms or a free press

What can Canada do for Venezuela?

Canada’s former ambassador in Venezuela, Ben Rowswell, on democracy undone, prolonged protests and widespread weight loss
APTOPIX Venezuela Protests

Inside Venezuela’s economic collapse

How can an economy that appeared to be thriving as recently as 2012 lose a third of its GDP in five years?
Opposition supporters take part in a rally to demand a referendum to remove Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro in Caracas

What can be done about the crisis in Venezuela?

As violence flares between the Maduro government and protesters, outside forces—including Canada—have a role to play
Protests continue in Caracas

Venezuela’s collapse and the ’useful idiots’ of the Canadian left

Venezuela’s descent into chaos was obvious years ago, but that didn’t stop Canadian social democrats from praising Hugo Chavez’s experiment in anti-reality economics and his assault on freedom

Venezuela collapses and nobody cares

Scott Gilmore on why Canada should do more for Venezuela

How Pope Francis became Latin America’s most powerful leader

It’s not the job he was chosen for, but the Pope is emerging as a major power player in a troubled region

Around the world in economic crises

March 24: As China’s manufacturing number slow, we hop-skip over Greece to visit shortages in Venezuela and corruption scandals in Brazil