During a visit to Greece intended to repair ties with the EU, Vladimir Putin said that Russia has “no choice” but to target Romania, which has recently opened a NATO missile defense base, and Poland, which plans to do so within two years.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau promised 2015 was the last election to be fought on first-past-the-post. What shape could electoral reform take?
From broken promises by politicians to fallen empires, here’s a look at what Canada’s debt level really looks like and what will happen if Canadians allow this to continue.
The US and Cuban presidents have met in Havana in a historic meeting where they pledged to put aside the differences that have divided their countries for decades. Barack Obama welcomed what he called a “new day” in relations between the two countries. But President Raul Castro was forced to defend Cuba’s record on human rights.
President Obama is in Cuba starting March 20, 2016. It is the first time a sitting US President has visited the island since 1928. This video QuickTake explains the thaw in the US-Cuba relationship.
The UN Security Council last week voted to impose its toughest sanctions against North Korea in two decades. North Korea dismissed them and warned of “merciless” steps in response. Do sanctions deter North Korea’s ambitions? And can diplomacy work?
Developments on the Turkish-Syrian border give serious grounds to suspect that Ankara is planning a military invasion in Syria, the Russian Defense Ministry said.
Japan has put its military on alert to shoot down a North Korean rocket if it threatens Japanese territory. The North Koreans insist the rocket, which they plan to launch this month, will carry a satellite.
US is preparing to send more troops to help the fight against ISIS. But dozens of US troops have been already sent to Syria. Thousands are already in Iraq. The US govenment insists it is not a military op, troops are just assisting and consulting anti-ISIS forces.