Trudeau’s ISIS Strategy is High-Risk — and Largely Political

Tactics win skirmishes. Strategy wins wars. Tactically, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is at a disadvantage in the current political battle over whether he’s flip-flopping on the efficacy of bombing Islamic State strongholds in Syria and…

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Saudi Arms Deal Not Worth Economic Gain: Jaramillo

In this piece, journalist Alireza Ahmadian discusses Canada’s arms deal with Saudi Arabia with Cesar Jaramillo, Executive Director of Project Ploughshares, a non-governmental organization working in Canada and abroad to advocate for policy reform to…

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Quebec’s Secularism Works Against Muslims: Experts

Quebec’s relationship with religion must be considered in local efforts to prevent radicalization, say experts. “Public displays of religion or publicly practising religion are seen as not part of what Quebec is about,” says Amarnath…

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Trudeau on Trump, the ISIS Mission, and a Referendum on Electoral Reform

Will the Liberal government hold a referendum on electoral reform? Is President Obama actually ok with Canada withdrawing its CF-18s from the ISIS mission? And what about Donald Trump? On Wednesday afternoon at the National Arts…

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