“Rumble in the Jungle” Remembers Chinese-Canadian Militants

A new exhibit at a Vancouver museum is exploring the experiences of a lesser-known group of combatants in the Second World War, who were major contributors to Chinese-Canadian civil rights, according to experts. The Chinese…

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Former Senator: More Aid, Military Capacity Needed

Canada’s foreign policy is caught in a precarious balancing act between the “sunny ways” of election promises and the realpolitik of weapons sales to countries with dubious human rights records. In his new book, Two…

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Egypt coup may force Islamists to choose bullet over ballot

With the world at large impassive in its reaction to the Egyptian military’s ouster of President Mohammed Morsi, the diametrically opposite responses from Syria and Turkey are perhaps the most telling. Syria’s President Bashar Assad…

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