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December 5, 2006 Accounts

Visualizing Canada in Haiti

visualizing_canada_fp.png A visual representation of the relationships between Canada's NGOs, government agencies and US agencies operating in Haiti, in a printable poster format.

A poster version of coverage from the Foreign Policy issue

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November 2, 2006 Foreign Policy

Selectively Terrified

HezbollahFlag_fp.jpgMary Foster tracks the history of Hezbollah and examines how it became a terrorist organization in Canada.

How Hezbollah became a terrorist organization in Canada

November 1, 2006 Foreign Policy

Warfighters, Not Missionaries

prisoners_fp.jpgJon Elmer determines that Afghanistan is not a random act of Canadian policy, but an entire foreign policy apparatus acting on a well-articulated plan.

The origins of the three-block war

October 31, 2006 Foreign Policy

Whose Trauma?

darkthreats_fp.jpgMaya Rolbin-Ghanie explores the place of the "Somalia Affair" in Canadian mythology.

The "Somalia Affair" and Canadian mythology

October 28, 2006 Foreign Policy

Canadian Aid or Corporate Raid?

nepal_fp.jpgHarsha Walia examines the work of Canada's development agency in South Asia.

Canada's development agency in South Asia

October 27, 2006 Agriculture

Will Eliminating Subsidies Help Poor Farmers?

Grain-Elevator_fp.jpgDru Oja Jay investigates how corporate control of markets goes missing in discussions about "free trade."

The NFU's Darrin Qualman discusses how corporate control of markets goes missing in discussions of "free trade"

October 21, 2006 Opinion

An Indian Act

sxncopterflag_fp.jpgStewart Steinhauer's response to a genocide attempt in Canada.

A response to an attempt of genocide

October 20, 2006 Foreign Policy

Recognition and little else

Hugo_fp.jpgCritics say Canada has tacitly or openly supported the US campaign to replace the government of Venezuela. Yves Engler asks why.

Canada's Anti-Venezuela Diplomacy

October 19, 2006 Foreign Policy

"Dust in the Eyes of the World"

girlafghanistan_fp.jpgProminent feminists debate the logic of a "humanitarian" war in Aghanistan. Anna Carastathis investigates.

Feminists debate logic of "humanitarian" war

October 18, 2006 Accounts

Canadian Member

canadasuit_fp.jpgChris Arsenault drops by the exclusive Canada Club in Bogata, Colombia, and considers the cost of Canada's elite.

Membership is limited at the Canada Club in Bogata, Colombia

October 17, 2006 Foreign Policy

Lebanon Solidarité

jemesouviens_fp.jpgDave Johnson investigates the strong --and growing-- Quebéc-Lebanon solidarity movement.

The Québec-Lebanon solidarity movement is strong and growing

October 15, 2006 Opinion

Israel, Lebanon and your own backyard

barefeet_fp.jpg Looking to address global injustice? Stewart Steinhauer suggests looking under your own two feet.

Canada and Israel are the same type of state: a nation state founded on colonialism

October 12, 2006 Original Peoples

Like Weeds in a Garden

Residential-Schools_fp.jpgPierre Loiselle asks why the Canadian government omitted over half of the Genocide Convention before making it law.

Genocide, International Law & Canada's "Indian Problem"

October 6, 2006 Foreign Policy

Post-Colonial?

mailbox2_fp.jpgMichael Skinner discovers that the impact of privatization in Guatemala has Canada Post's stamp of approval.

Canada Post and the privatization of Guatemala

September 28, 2006 Literature & Ideas

Inhabiting the Historical Houdini

price-anatomykeys_fp.jpgLindsa Besner reads Steven Price's new book of poems, Anatomy of Keys.

September 25, 2006 Foreign Policy

Mine Your Own Business

PascuaLamamine_fp.jpgFew Canadians are aware that a series of government roundtables is currently examining Canadian mining companies operating abroad.

Should Canadian mining companies operating abroad abide by Canadian law?

September 11, 2006 Foreign Policy

Canada's Drift on Israel

justin_allan_fp.jpgJustin Podur traces the shift of Canada's foreign policy in the Middle East.

From abstention to unconditional support

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