Stephen Harper’s highly partisan politicking has polarized the Canadian electorate, perhaps beyond the point of no return.
Recent negotiations between the government and FARC rebels will succeed only if Bogotá addresses the civil war’s underlying issues.
With just weeks left in Canada’s election campaign, the tide is rapidly turning against New Democrat leader Thomas Mulcair.
Last week, Ahmed Mohamed was arrested for bringing a clock to school. Clearly, children of criminalised minorities do not enjoy the luxury of “youthful innocence.”
The direction of politics is changing in three countries that have long stood at the forefront of Latin America’s leftist populist movement.
Last March, President Obama vetoed the “Keystone XL Pipeline” bill, to the relief of environmentalists and anti-pipeline stakeholders. But were the environmental and social costs of the pipeline ever really in doubt?
Colombia is home to the longest internal armed conflict in the Western Hemisphere, where failed attempts at transitional justice have delayed the development of a strong democracy.
Despite the growing friendship between Barack Obama and Narendra Modi, the subject of religious intolerance remains an irritant in US-India relations.
Following a string of controversial grand jury decisions, race has gripped the national discourse.