Recent developments in Ottawa and the courts count as a step towards establishing a culture of accountability for Canadian mining companies operating abroad.
Punishing those responsible for a spate of recent blogger deaths won’t be easy given the Islamic fundamentalist ‘state within a state’ that exists in Bangladesh.
A group-by-group breakdown of Libya Dawn and Operation Dignity, the two rival visions fueling the Libyan civil war.
ASEAN must change its voting mechanism if there’s any hope for the bloc to play an active role in de-escalating one of the major flashpoints in the world today.
A look at which fields are still pumping oil in Africa’s energy powerhouse turned failed state.
Nigeria is in the grips of a massive fuel shortage that has ground its national economy to a halt.
Islamic State has made some gains following Libya’s disintegration into two rival governments.
The Harper government has shifted Canadian foreign policy from ‘peacekeeper’ to ‘player’ in the Middle East and beyond. But is the Canadian military ready for a more assertive role on the world stage?
A look at some of the key events moving oil markets worldwide.
The fall of the Mastouma army base in northwestern Idlib province is just the latest in a string of government defeats at the hands of rebel forces in Syria.