At Stake in Ukraine Is the Future of Globalized Capitalism

Samir Saul and Michel Seymour Photo by Dmytro Smolienko/Ukraine Territorial Defense Forces/Twitter Ukraine is only one front in an all-round confrontation The far-reaching war in Ukraine is only one phase of a world-wide conflict that began earlier. In international relations, the driving forces are often obscured by surface occurrences, such as immediate military events and the din…

Canada’s Indo-Pacific Strategy is Pro-Military and Anti-China

William Ging Wee Dere After teasing Canadians for years, the Indo-Pacific Strategy, released November 27, disappoints on many levels in terms of substance and cold war mentality in attitude. The policy strengthens Canada’s commitment to the military industrial complex with half a billion dollars being allocated over five years. The money will be used to…

The EU Chooses the Path of Direct Military Confrontation with Russia

Philippe Rosenthal On November 10, the European Commission unveiled the new Military Mobility 2.0 Action Plan. The presentation of this plan was accompanied by a joint communicqué on the EU’s cyber defense policy. It is officially stated that these documents aim to address the deteriorating security situation after Russia’s aggression against Ukraine and to increase the…

Canada and the Kidnapping of Ambassador Saab

María Páez Victor Photograph Source: Harvey K – CC BY 2.0 Throughout the years I have known some people who were very vocal and eloquent supporters of humanity and its various causes. Yet, personally, they were quite disagreeable people, very unforgiving of the actual humanity that surrounded them, their families, acquaintances and, neighbors. It always made…

Xi vs Trudeau: How China is Rewriting History with the Colonial West

Dr Ramzy Baroud Though brief, the exchange between Chinese President Xi Jinping and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Indonesia on November 16 has become a social media sensation. Xi, assertive if not domineering, lectured the visibly apprehensive Trudeau about the etiquette of diplomacy. This exchange can be…

Canada Sending More Soldiers to the Pacific as Ottawa Ramps Up Anti-China Rhetoric

Owen Schalk Members of the Royal Canadian Air Force instruct members of HMCS Winnipeg during Operation Neon, November 27, 2020. Photo by Sailor 1st Class Valerie LeClair/MARPAC Imaging Services. At this year’s Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum, held in Thailand, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced that the Canadian military presence in the Pacific—which has increased in…

Canadian ‘Rights Group’ Demands Sanctions on Cuba, Calls for Regime Change

Aidan Jonah Canadian Conservative senator Leo Housakos reads out a speech on March 24, 2022, written by Democratic Spaces’ leader, Michael Lima. Source: Michael Lima’s YouTube channel. A Cuban-Canadian ‘rights group’ that wants Canada to cut diplomatic relations with the Cuban government, has teamed up with the MacDonald-Laurier Institute (MLI) to demand that Canada implements…

Euthanasia Used in Canada to Get Rid of Poorest People

Misión Verdad Pentobarbital, an anesthetic drug, is used in euthanasia. Euthanasia, also called “assisted death,” is a measure available in some countries that allows people suffering from incurable illnesses to request medical assistance for a painless death. However, in Canada, it is increasingly used by people living alone and in poverty, yet it is not…

Canadian Journalist Added to Ukrainian Hitlist

Deborah L. Armstrong Guy Boulianne of Quebec targeted by “Mirotvorets” Not everyone looks forward to Mondays. The end of the weekend. That alarm which always comes too early. The coffee which never seems like enough to prepare you for the piles of work awaiting you after your stressful commute. But for one Canadian journalist, Monday…

Canada’s Nazi Monument Problem

Taylor C. Noakes Ukrainian Nazi Schutzmannschaft Battalion 201 with Roman Shukhevych (sitting, second from left), 1942. A monument in Edmonton, Canada, commemorates Shukhevych, who was responsible for the deaths of tens of thousands in genocidal campaigns during the Holocaust era. A journalist in Edmonton is the most recent Canadian to be charged with vandalizing a…

Canada Pushes for Caribbean Troops to Occupy Haiti

Yves Engler Canada is acting just like the junior imperial power it is in a part of the world this country has long considered its backyard. Washington is asking Ottawa to lead a military mission to Haiti. The Canadian government in turn is leveraging its influence to get Caribbean countries to staff and sell a…

Why Isn’t Canadian Media Condemning Nazi Collaborator Roman Shukhevych?

Owen Schalk The Roman Shukhevych statue at the Ukrainian Youth Unity Complex in Edmonton. Photo courtesy CTV News. Shukhevych was a perpetrator of the Holocaust who participated in the genocide of 100,000 Polish and Jewish people Last year, a statue in Edmonton honouring Roman Shukhevych, a Nazi collaborator and a perpetrator of the Holocaust who…