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Experts In The Media

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CGAI Fellows consistently appear across Canadian and international media outlets to discuss a wide variety of issues pertaining to their individual areas of expertise. Below is a list of the most recent media appearances by CGAI Fellows.

2020 Articles

South Korea promotes 'sports diplomacy' to engage Pyongyang by Staff (feat. Stephen Nagy), Taiwan News, November 27, 2020

En Iran, un assassinat déstabilise le programme nucléaire by Caroline Vinet (feat. Benjamin Hautcouverture), La Croix, November 27, 2020

First Nations join Keystone XL pipeline by Gary Park (feat. Dennis McConaghy), Petroleum News, November 25, 2020

DND says budget for Surface Combatants remains unchanged; PBO report expected in late February by Neil Moss (feat. David Perry), The Hill Times, November 25, 2020

DND says budget for Surface Combatants remains unchanged; PBO report expected in late February by Neil Moss (feat. David Perry), The Hill Times, November 25, 2020

Biden’s gender parity pledge could be watershed moment for women in national security by Aaron Mehta (feat. Lindsay L. Rodman), Federal Times, November 24, 2020

N.B. COVID-19 roundup: Some classes go online, testing sites boosted as five new cases reported Social Sharing by Elizabeth Fraser (feat. Heidi Tworek), CBC, November 24, 2020

Communication d'Emmanuel Macron: ce qui peut créer la confiance, c'est d'avouer l'incertitude by Jack Isabello (feat. Heidi Tworek), Huffington Post, November 24, 2020

Ontario looks to extend term of top public-health doctor in face of NDP criticism by Laura Stone and Jeff Gray (feat. Heidi Tworek), The Globe and Mail, November 23, 2020

China wants to ‘test the waters’ with Tokyo visit from its top official, says professor by Staff (feat. Stephen Nagy), CNBC, November 23, 2020

U.K. Announces Biggest Defense Spending Increase Since the Cold War by Amy Mackinnon (feat. Julien Lindley-French), Foreign Policy, November 23, 2020

It’s time for a fundamental reassessment of Canadian foreign policy: Canadian Foreign Policy Institute by Bianca Mugyenyi (feat. David Perry and Jocelyn Coulon), The Hill Times, November 23, 2020

PMO’s Canada-U.S. relations team gearing up for transition to Biden administration by Mike Lapointe (feat. Eugene Lang), The Hill Times, November 23, 2020

March for Uyghurs demands action to stop genocide by April Tardif Levesque (feat. Kyle Matthews), The Link, November 22, 2020

‘A pivotal moment’: Democracies urged to band together to resist China by Bryan Bender and Ryan Heath (feat. Luiza Ch. Savage), Politico, November 22, 2020

Canadian Centre for Cyber Security warns infrastructure at risk from cyber attacks by Nathaniel Dove (feat. Tom Keenan), Global News, November 20, 2020

U.K. Boosts Defense Spending, Aiming to Cement Global Power Post-Brexit by James Marson (feat. Julien Lindley-French), Investors Hub, November 20, 2020

The U.S.-Canada border closure for COVID expires Saturday — will it actually reopen? by David Rasbach (feat. Laurie Trautman), The Bellingham Herald, November 18, 2020

Canada could be stuck with holdovers from Trump for a long time — podcast by Gabriel Friedman (feat. Meredith Lilly), Financial Post, November 18, 2020

Naval supply ships for Canada: a question of politics, time, money by Marc Montgomery (feat. David Perry), Radio-Canada International, November 18, 2020

2020 the worst year on record for drilling in Canadian oilpatch by Kyle Bakx (feat. Kevin Birn), CBC, November 18, 2020

Fasken’s new multi-disciplinary practice group focuses on national security, critical infrastructure by Zena Olijnyk (feat. Marcia Mills and Andrew House), Canadian Lawyer Magazine, November 17, 2020

TC Energy 'repositioning' KXL with stakes from Indigenous groups by Geoffrey Morgan (feat. Dennis McConaghy), Financial Post, November 17, 2020

Posthaste: Canada may be locked out of a $2.6 trillion bonanza if Biden enforces a stringent 'Buy American' policy by Yadullah Hussain (feat. Lawrence Herman), Financial Post, November 17, 2020

Tournée de Mike Pompeo au Moyen-Orient: l'Iran toujours en ligne de mire? by Staff (feat. Benjamin Hautecouverture), Radio France Internationale, November 17, 2020

The pandemic has proven that the individual is not supreme by Jason Markusoff (feat. Heidi Tworek), Macleans, November 17, 2020

New Asia-Pacific pact brings Canada’s trade myopia into focus by Kevin Carmichael (feat. Lawrence Herman), Financial Post, November 16, 2020

Pro-democracy Hong Kong legislators removed from Legislative Council by The Danielle Smith Show (feat. Eric Miller), Global News Radio, November 16, 2020

Why China and a Bloc of Nations Led by Vietnam Just Met but Ignored Asia’s Biggest Maritime Dispute by Ralph Jennings (feat. Stephen Nagy), VOA News, November 16, 2020

Oil prices surge on vaccine hopes — and then ebb on pandemic realities by Tony Seskus (feat. Kevin Birn), CBC, November 15, 2020

There’s a bit of Trump populism in us Canadians, too by Phillip Cross (feat. Jocelyn Coulon), Financial Post, November 13, 2020

Decarbonization: Is it affordable for the US and Canada? by Maureen McCall (feat. Kevin Birn Dennis McConaghy), BOE Report, November 13, 2020

Has COVID killed our cities? by Robin Pomeroy and Ross Chainey (feat. Robert Muggah), World Economic Forum, November 12, 2020

Trump Could 'Cause Trouble' For Canada After Trudeau Called Biden by Mike Blanchfield (feat. Sarah Goldfeder and Meredith Lilly), Huffington Post, November 11, 2020

Russia Calls Nagorno-Karabakh Truce Win for All, But Armenians Protest by Jamie Dettmer (feat. Robert Cutler), VOA News, November 11, 2020

Feds ‘keen’ for Moscow to play ‘positive’ role in Belarus crisis, as experts say Canadian sanctions may have scant impact by Neil Moss (feat. Andrew Rasiulis), The Hill Times, November 11, 2020

Charm offensive 2.0: how Canada is preparing for a Biden administration and a new cabinet by Neil Moss (feat. Eric Miller), The Hill Times, November 11, 2020

Trump likely 'taking names' on Biden congrats after Trudeau outreach: expert by Staff (feat. Sarah Goldfeder), City News, November 10, 2020

With President Biden, are Canada-U.S. relations a walk in the park? by Dian Cohen (feat. CGAI), The Sherbrooke Record, November 9, 2020

Justin Trudeau first leader to talk to U.S. president-elect Joe Biden by Lee Berthiaume (feat. Colin Robertson), The Toronto Star, November 9, 2020

Clear messages are essential in fight against COVID-19, says UBC researcher by Staff (feat. Heidi Tworek), CBC, November 9, 2020

Élections sur le fil aux États-Unis : une période d’interrègne pourrait être tumultueuse by Bruno Cornoyer Paquin (feat. Stephen Saideman), La Voix du Nord, November 9, 2020

Biden won. What does that mean for Canada? by Rachell Aiello (feat. Sarah Goldfeder), CTV News, November 7, 2020

Stumbling toward peace in Donbass by Lital Khaikin (feat. Andrews Rasiulis), Canadian Dimension, November 6, 2020

Close U.S. race shows need for ‘incremental’ approach to policy reform, says former diplomat by Palak Mangat (feat. Sarah Goldfeder), The Hill Times, November 5, 2020

Why the federal Tories may want to embrace this unconventional political strategy by Steve Paikan (feat. Hugh Segal), TVO, November 5, 2020

Doing business in the U.S. will never be the same after election comes close to worst-case scenario by Kevin Carmichael (feat. Eric Miller), Financial Post, November 5, 2020

Why experts say Trudeau staying quiet on U.S. election uncertainty is necessary by Michael Blanchfield (feat. Colin Robertson and Sarah Goldfeder), CTV News, November 5, 2020

Ottawa doit garder le silence face au processus électoral aux États-Unis by Staff (feat. Colin Robertson and Sarah Goldfeder), Radio Canada, November 5, 2020

Parti Québécois delighted by Macron's direct contact with Quebec by Phillip Authier (feat. Jocelyn Coulon), Montreal Gazette, November 5, 2020

Americans living in the Maritimes brace for results of 2020 United States election by Graeme Benjamin (feat. Brian Bow), Global News, November 4, 2020

Alberta faces the possibility of Keystone XL cancellation as Biden eyes the White House by Geoffrey Morgan (feat. Dennis McConaghy), Financial Post, November 4, 2020

'Keep calm, consult with the allies': Canadian political analysts on U.S. results by Mike Blanchfield (feat. Colin Robertson and Sarah Goldfeder), BNN Bloomberg, November 4, 2020

How an ‘uncertain’ U.S. election impacts Canada by Staff (feat. Colin Robertson), Global News, November 4, 2020

Trump sets U.S on course for institutional crisis by Ryan Heath (feat. Luiza Ch. Savage), Politico, November 4, 2020

Canadians await U.S. election in fear, as poll reveals anxieties about aftermath by Mike Blanchfield (feat. Colin Robertson and Sarah Goldfeder ), CTV News, November 3, 2020

N.L. takes first step toward basic income as NDP motion passes in legislature by Ahmar Khan (feat. Hugh Segal), CBC, November 3, 2020

When will U.S.-Canada border reopen? Canadians say Tuesday’s election will play a role by David Rasbach (feat. Laurie Trautman), The Idaho Statesman, November 3, 2020

U.S. election: Canada hopes for the best, plans for the worst by Staff (feat. Thomas Juneau), The Hamilton Spectator, November 3, 2020

Why this Trump-Biden showdown has our Canadian hearts racing by Douglas Quan (feat. Colin Robertson), The Toronto Star, November 3, 2020

How a Biden victory could shake up Alberta's oil and gas sector by Tony Seskus (feat. Dennis McConaghy), CBC, November 2, 2020

Vodafone bets big on OpenRAN as it replaces its Huawei estate in rural Wales and South West England by Matthew Hughes (feat. Amy Karam), The Register, November 2, 2020

How 15-minute cities can lead to faster fleets by Beth McLoughlin (feat. Robert Muggah), Here, November 2, 2020

‘There could be turmoil’: How Canada is bracing for the U.S. election by Asim Kashgarian (feat. Thomas Juneau), Global News, November 1, 2020

Trolled out of office: UBC report examines role of online abuse against politicians and democracy by Staff (feat. Heidi Tworek), CBC, November 1, 2020

After 4 years of Trump, Canadian officials well-schooled on need for damage control by Amanda Connolly (feat. Thomas Juneau), Global News, October 31, 2020

A U.S. election for Canada: Trump victory has experts 'fearing the worst', Biden more 'in line' with Canadian values by Ahmar Khan (feat. Colin Robertson), Yahoo News Canada, October 31, 2020

Il faudra s’habituer aux fake news by Simon Baillargeon (feat. Kyle Matthews), TVA, October 31, 2020

Reports of isolation rule-breakers keep coming to COVID-19 phone line by Alexandre Silberman (feat. Kelly Sundberg), CBC, October 31, 2020

Five Things about Canada’s foreign-policy end run around Donald Trump by Mike Blanchfield (feat. Lawrence Herman an Colin Robertson ), The Toronto Star, October 30, 2020

New report questions Trans Mountain expansion’s ‘Asian markets’ rationale by Carl Meyer (feat. Kevin Birn), The Toronto Star, October 30, 2020

Fasken Launches First-of-Its Kind National Security Group by Staff (feat. Andrew House), Canadian Business Journal, October 30, 2020

France sees three attacks attributed to extremists in less than two months by the Danielle Smith Show (feat. Ferry de Kerckhove), Global News Radio, October 30, 2020

Activists Hail Canadian Parliamentary Committee Report on Uighur ‘Genocide’ by Asim Kashgarian (feat. Kyle Matthews), VOA, October 30, 2020

BC’s New Legislature Is Still Way Whiter than the Province by Andrew Macloed (feat. Heidi Tworek), The Tyee, October 30, 2020

‘A horrific national tragedy’ by Staff (feat. Matthew Fisher), The Hill Times, October 30, 2020

Ottawa expected to stick to high immigration to propel COVID-19 recovery by Nicholas Keung (feat. Andrew Griffith), The Toronto Star, October 29, 2020

Trudeau, EU leaders to discuss support of world order ahead of U.S. election by Mike Blanchfield (feat. Lawrence Herman), Global News, October 29, 2020

Civil unrest a possibility of U.S. election outcome, expert says by Staff (feat. Colin Robertson), Global News, October 29, 2020

‘We need courage’: Bloc, NDP MPs push for House to recognize Uyghur genocide in face of Beijing pressure by Neil Moss (feat. Colin Robertson), The Hill Times, October 29, 2020

Chinese-Canadian groups laud China’s fight against Canada, allies in Korean War by Robert Fife and Steven Chase (feat. David Bercuson), The Globe and Mail, October 29, 2020

What Canada-U.S. trade could look like with Biden as president by Mike Blanchfield (feat. Colin Robertson, Meredith Lilly, and Lawrence Herman), CTV News, October 28, 2020

A Trump win or a disputed result are Canadians' worst fears by Staff (feat. Thomas Juneau), The Guardian, October 27, 2020

Comings and Goings: Summa Strategies hires defence expert by Janet E. Silver (feat. D. Michael Day), iPolitics, October 27, 2020

U.S. presidential election one week away, impact on Atlantic Canada by Staff (feat. Brian Bow), Global News, October 27, 2020

Voters cast their ballots in two Toronto byelections today by Bill Kelly Show (feat. Christopher Waddell), Global News Radio, October 26, 2020

National security reviews in pandemic time by Jennifer Brown (feat. Andrew House), CBA/ABC National, October 26, 2020

NATO marks achievements on gender-related issues by Staff (feat. Stefanie von Hlatky), NATO, October 26, 2020

Trudeau government pressed to shield secret operational information in court by Catharine Tunney (feat. Michael Nesbitt), CBC, October 25, 2020

Cenovus buys Husky in $3.8B share transaction, signals consolidation trend in Canadian energy sector by Stephanie Thomas (feat. Kevin Birn), CTV News, October 25, 2020

Effet comptable trompeur de la pandémie sur la contribution canadienne à l’OTAN by Stephane Parent (feat. David Perry), Radio Canada International, October 24, 2020

With its new space centre, NATO seeks the ultimate high ground by Murray Brewster (feat. Paul Meyer), CBC, October 24, 2020

China's ambition to involve Hong Kong in economic zone creates ripple by Tomyuki Tachikawa (feat. Stephen Nagy), Japan Times, October 24, 2020

Building a More Inclusive Canada: Government of Canada Supports Anti-Racism Projects in Quebec by Staff (feat. Kyle Matthews), Canada NewsWire, October 23, 2020

China Reports Spike in US Surveillance Flights by Ralph Jennings (feat. Stephen Nagy), VOA News, October 23, 2020

2020: A Watershed Year for the Security of the Free World by William Brooks (feat. Jeffery F. Collins), Epoch Times, October 23, 2020

Why the Demise of the Cold War's INF Treaty Will Not Alter the Strategic Military Balance by Staff (feat. James Fergusson), Macdonald-Laurier Institute, October 23, 2020

Ask an Expert: Brian Bow on How the Outcome of the U.S. Presidential Election Could Impact Canada by Matt Reeder (feat. Brian Bow), Dalhousie News, October 23, 2020

Experts voice opinion on current Canada-China relations by Sidharth Krishna (feat. Colin Robertson), The Mediaplex, October 23, 2020

Navy investigating unexplained breakdown on brand-new Arctic patrol vessel by Lee Berthiaume (feat. Timothy Choi), CTV News, October 22, 2020

Did Russian Miscalculation Spark Nagorno-Karabakh Flare-Up? by Jamie Dettmer (feat. Robert Cutler), VOA News, October 22, 2020

Hon. David Collenette Named Chair of the NATO Association of Canada by Staff (feat. Hugh Segal), NATO Association of Canada, October 22, 2020

Un second mandat du président Trump serait “catastrophique” pour le Canada by Bruno Cournoyer Paquin (feat. Stephen Sadieman), La Voix du Nord, October 21, 2020

U.S.-Canada border closure extended another month to Nov. 21 by David Rasbach (feat. Laurie Trautman), The Bellingham Herald, October 21, 2020

Canada jumps closer to military-spending target thanks to COVID-19's economic damage by Lee Berthiaume (feat. David Perry), CTV News, October 21, 2020

Canada can increase pressure on NATO-ally Turkey to calm Nagorno-Karabakh conflict: Armenian envoy by Samantha Wright Allen (feat. Andrew Rasiulis), The Hill Times, October 21, 2020

Should Canada be taking China's threats of war seriously? by The Danielle Smith Show (feat. Colin Robertson), Global News Radio, October 20, 2020

Divide and rule: How the UAE is wreaking havoc in war-torn Yemen by Staff (feat. Thomas Juneau), TRT World, October 20, 2020

Investors keeping close tabs on Covid public interest measures by Luis Millan (feat. Lawrence Herman), Law in Quebec, October 19, 2020

China's ambition to involve Hong Kong in economic zone creates ripple by Tomoyuki Tachikawa (feat. Stephen Nagy), Kyodo News, October 19, 2020

Facebook changes ahead of B.C. election not enough: UBC prof by Kevin Gawley (feat. Heidi Tworek), City News 1130, October 15, 2020

Washington Should Avoid a Self-Inflicted Wound in the Sinai by Bradley Bowman (feat. Denis Thompson), Foundation for Defense of Democracies, October 15, 2020

FAA’s Modernized Space Launch and Reentry Regulations Promise Flexibility by Marcia Smith (feat. Charity Weeden), Space News Online, October 15, 2020

Canada Needs a Cohesive and Consistent Strategy to Counter China by Andrew Pickford and Jeffery F. Collins, Macdonald-Laurier Institute, October 15, 2020

Trust and situational awareness key to success of the Forces' most famous tweeter by Lee Berthiaume (feat. Stephen Saideman), CTV News, October 15, 2020

Finally, a consular visit to Canadians imprisoned by China by Marc Montgomery (feat. Colin Robertson), Radio Canada, October 13, 2020

The West is being left behind as it squanders Covid-19 lessons from Asia-Pacific by Tara John (feat. Heidi Tworek), CNN, October 13, 2020

Why is Azerbaijan Fighting? by Staff (feat. Robert Cutler), New Delhi Times, October 13, 2020

Armenian Canadians call on Ottawa to act on Nagorno-Karabakh conflict by Jacob Serebrin (feat. Kyle Matthews), CBC, October 11, 2020

Canada's Upstream Seeks To Define Its ESG Brand by Shane Polczer (feat. Michael Cleland), Natural Gas News, October 9, 2020

Canada games out scenarios for U.S. election, frets over potential disruption by David Ljunggren (feat. Colin Robertson), Reuters, October 8, 2020

Trump's proposed Canadian ambassador still not confirmed eight months later, and time may be running out by Ryan Tumilty (feat. Eric Miller), National Post, October 7, 2020 /p>

How the U.S. election could change NATO's future and Canada's defence strategy by Alexander Panetta (feat. Steven Saideman), CBC, October 7, 2020

Shipbuilding industry pushes back as federal government shops for used icebreakers by Murray Brewster (feat. Timothy Choi), CBC News, October 6, 2020

Why US Arms Control Envoy Made a Beeline for Vietnam on Brief Asia Trip by Staff (feat. Stephen Nagy), New Dehli Times, October 5, 2020

Cascadia group proposes a way to handle population growth and avoid Whatcom County sprawl by Dave Gallagher (feat. Laurie Trautman), The Bellingham Herald, October 5, 2020

COVID19 could reset cities for the better by Robert Muggah, International Federation for Housing and Planning, October 5, 2020

What is happening in the war between Armenia and Azerbaijan by The Danielle Smith Show (feat. Robert Cutler), Global News Radio, October 5, 2020

COVID-19 Has Democratic Lessons to Teach. Has Angela Merkel Helped Germany to Learn Them? by Ian Beacock, Sudha David-Wilp, and (feat. Heidi Tworek), The German Marshall Fund of the United States, October 2, 2020

How the U.S. presidential election outcome could shape the future of Canadian trade by Iva Poshnjari (feat. Lawrence Herman), BNN Bloomberg, October 2, 2020

Canada buys more beef from Europe by Robert Aranson (feat. Fawn Jackson), The Western Producer, October 1, 2020

COVID and Climate Change Should Be the UN's Priority, New Global Poll Says by Luke Winkie (feat. Heidi Tworek), Vice News, October 1, 2020

Think tank warns any further delay to 5G rollout will cost the UK multiple billions – but hey, at least Huawei is out by Matthew Hughes (feat. Amy Karam), The Register, October 1, 2020

Why the Experts Think Belarus isn’t Going to be Putin’s Ukraine by Murray Brewster (feat. Andrew Rasiulis), CBC, September 30, 2020

Japan's Defense Ministry asks for decades-high 8.3% budget increase amid growing threats in East Asia by Ben West and Yoko Wakatsuki (feat. Stephen Nagy), CNN, September 30, 2020

Une cérémonie officielle pour la Fête nationale chinoise à Queen's Park fait sourciller by Natasha MacDonald Dupuis (feat. Kyle Matthews), Radio-Canada, September 30, 2020

UK mobile network EE plumps for Nokia to provide that all-important 5G RAN equipment by Matthew Hughes (feat. Amy Karam), The Register, September 29, 2020

Trump-backed Canadian railway to Alaska could free landlocked oil, faces high hurdles by Rod Nickel and Timothy Gardner (feat. Dennis McConaghy), Reuters Canada, September 28, 2020

Second Calgary man in two months charged with aiding Islamic State terrorists by Bill Kaufman (feat. Michael Nesbitt), Calgary Herald, September 26, 2020

Five Big Questions On Energy And Climate Emerge From Ottawa’s Speech From The Throne by Monica Gattinger, Daily Oil Bulletin, September 25, 2020

Expert explains how police can pursue terrorism hoax by Stewart Bell (feat. Michael Nesbitt), Global News, September 25, 2020

RCMP arrests ‘Abu Huzayfah’ for allegedly faking his past with ISIS by Stewart Bell (feat. Michael Nesbitt), Global News, September 25, 2020

Death threats among abuse reported by B.C. Provincial Officer Bonnie Henry, other officials by Xiao Xu (feat. Heidi Tworek), The Globe and Mail, September 23, 2020

BC NDP spent 10 times as much on social media ads before election call by Penny Daflos (feat. Heidi Tworek), CTV News, September 23, 2020

B.C. Election 2020: Social media voter targeting still a Wild West for campaigning by Randy Shore (feat. Heidi Tworek), The Province, September 23, 2020

Brazil’s JBS turn to blockchain to shine light on Amazon cattle supply by Bryan Harris (feat. Robert Muggah), Financial Times, September 23, 2020

Foreign policy focus in new session should be on China, U.S., and human rights, say Parliamentarians by Neil Moss (feat. Colin Robertson), The Hill Times, September 23, 2020

Presidential election could change course on unilateral tariff use, but Canada-U.S. trade tensions will remain: experts by Neil Moss (feat. Eric Miller and Lawrence Herman), The Hill Times, September 23, 2020

Girling steps down after decade leading TC Energy and the fight for Keystone XL by Chris Varcoe (feat. Dennis McConnaghy), Calgary Herald, September 22, 2020

Bolsonaro to world: Brazil is victim of environmental smear by David Biller and Mauricio Savarese (feat. Robert Muggah), AP News, September 22, 2020

Japan to seek record defense budget under Suga’s continuity policy by Staff (feat. Stephen Nagy), The Japan Times, September 22, 2020

The Canada-US Border by Ed Hand (feat. Colin Robertson), Unpublished TV, September 21, 2020

Comparing B.C.’s COVID-19 communications strategy by Sarah MacDonald (feat. Heidi Tworek), Global News, September 20, 2020

Special report: Pebble Mine, the people’s story spanning more than two decades by Sandy Szwarc (feat. Rob Huebert), Must Read Alaska, September 19, 2020

Online Canadian citizenship testing is no quick fix by Shelby Thevenot (feat. Andrew Griffith), CIC News, September 19, 2020

It’s official: Canada announces extending border closure with U.S. a sixth time by David Rasbach (feat. Laurie Trautman), The Olympian, September 18, 2020

#25 – Dr. Stephen Nagy by Aaron Randall and Parker Allen (feat. Stephen Nagy), Tokyo Wave, September 18, 2020

Canadians ready to compromise on energy options? by Markham Hislop (feat. Monica Gattinger), Energi Media, September 18, 2020

Superlotação em prisões de Idaho expõe encarceramento em massa nos EUA/ Overcrowding in Idaho prisons exposes mass incarceration in the U.S. by Fernanda Mena (feat. Robert Muggah), Folha de S.Paulo, September 18, 2020

Yoshihide Suga elected as new LDP leader, how will it affect S. Korea-Japan ties? by The Point (feat. Stephen Nagy), Arirang Issue, September 16, 2020

Japanese legislators want joint US-Japan military drills near contested Senkaku islands by Caitlin Doornbos and Hana Kusumoto (feat. Stephen Nagy), Stars and Stripes, September 18, 2020

Taiwan ties of former Japan PM’s brother worry China by ANI (feat. Stephen Nagy), ANI News, September 18, 2020

A US Navy destroyer teamed up with Canada’s navy to learn how to operate in harsh Arctic conditions by Christopher Woody (feat. Rob Huebert), Business Insider, September 17, 2020

Activists, Experts Call on UN to Recognize China’s Uighur ‘Genocide’ by Asim Kashgarian (feat. Kyle Matthews), VOA News, September 17, 2020

The CDC’s credibility crisis, pandemic PR, and virtual conference malaise by Damian Garde, Rebecca Robbins, and Adam Feuerstein (feat. Heidi Tworek), The Readout, September 17, 2020

NATO’s new Atlantic command to keep watch over the European Arctic by Levon Sevunts (feat. Andrea Charron and Tim Choi), Radio Canada International, September 17, 2020

US Election 2020: Trump and Biden both vow to reduce reliance on China, but methods will be ‘night and day’ by Finbarr Bermingham (feat. Eric Miller), South China Morning Post, September 17, 2020

Failing to change Japan’s constitution will be Abe’s greatest regret by Julian Ryall (feat. Stephen Nagy), The Telegraph, September 16, 2020

Brexit update (@ 1:00:00) by Danielle Smith (feat. Anthony Cary), The Danielle Smith Show, September 16, 2020

COVID-19: Relationships along Cascadia corridor key to promoting innovation, recovery by Jennifer Saltman (feat. Laurie Trautman), The Province, September 16, 2020

COVID stalls positive momentum on Canadian oil and gas capital spending by Deborah Jaremko (feat. Kevin Birn), Energy Now, September 16, 2020

Volte-face de Washington sur l’aluminium canadien/ Washington changes its mind on aluminum tariffs (à/at 26 :57) Par/by 24:60 (avec/feat. Ferry de Kerckhove), ICI Radio-Canada, September 15, 2020

Trump’s China tariffs violate global trade rules, WTO says by David J. Lynch (feat. Eric Miller), Washington Post, September 15, 2020

In Depth: A rising tide of online hate by CTV Montreal (feat. Kyle Matthews), CTV News, September 15, 2020

The Great Rethink: If Canada wants to stay a trading nation it needs to up its game by Gabriel Friedman (feat. Eric Miller), Financial Post, September 14, 2020

Taiwan Aims to Help Foreign Air Forces Fix F-16 Fighter Jets, a Stab at China by Ralph Jennings (feat. Stephen Nagy), VOA News, September 14, 2020

Next defence chief will signal Liberals’ priorities for the military by Lee Berthiaume (feat. David Perry), CTV News, September 13, 2020

Canadian tariffs on U.S. products coming within days by Alexander Panetta (feat. Eric Miller), CBC News, September 12, 2020

Tarifs sur l’aluminium: la réplique d’Ottawa attendue dans les prochains jours by Radio-Canada (avec Eric Miller), Radio-Canada, Septembre 12, 2020

De hauts dirigeant du NORAD plaident pour une nouvelle approche de la défense by James McCarten (avec Andrea Charron), par La Presse canadienne, Septembre 12, 2020

Past, present leaders of Norad back new data-driven defence technology by James McCarten (feat. Andrea Charron), Global News, September 11, 2020

Canada is fuelling war in Yemen with arms sales, UN report says by Steven Chase (feat. Thomas Juneau), The Globe and Mail, September 9, 2020

Qu’adviendra-t-il des relations canado-américaines après le 3 novembre (What will happen to Canada-U.S. relations after November 3rd?) by/par Marc Godbout (avec/feat. David Carment and Colin Robertson), Radio-Canada, September 10, 2020

Alberta pursuing detailed study on creating provincial police service by Janet French (feat. Kelly Sundberg), CBC News, September 10, 2020

Biden visits manufacturing heartland to curry favour with blue-collar voters by Neil Moss (feat. Eric Miller), The Canadian Press, September 9, 2020

Change approach with Riyadh beyond human rights if Canada wants to rebuild relationship with Saudi Arabia, says former ambassador by Neil Moss (feat. Thomas Juneau), The Hill Times, September 9, 2020

The faceoff: what to watch for when a new Conservative team takes the stage in the Commons by Kathleen Harris (feat. Rob Huebert), CBC News, September 9, 2020

Taiwan should join CPTPP: international experts by William Yen (feat. Hugh Stephens), Focus Taiwan, September 9, 2020

COVID-19 and the risk of foreign investor challenges by Luis Millán (feat. Lawrence Herman), National Magazine, September 9, 2020

U.K. must lower expectations in post-Brexit negotiations with Canada: trade experts by Rachel Emmanuel (feat. Eric Miller), iPolitics, September 8, 2020

Cybersecurity tips for online learning by Kerri Breen (feat. Tom Keenan), Global News Morning Calgary, September 8, 2020

Retired Vice-Admiral Mark Norman sees stronger role for Canada on the world stage by Kerri Breen (feat. Mark Norman), Global News, September 6, 2020

Vice Admiral Mark Norman (Ret’d) speaks to national/int’l issues by Roy Green (feat. Mark Norman), The Roy Green Show, September 6, 2020

Matthew Fisher online commentary for Global News: Report highlights scale of China’s coercive diplomacy by Roy Green (feat. Matthew Fisher), The Roy Green Show, September 6, 2020

New Rising Sun: can post-Abe Japan leave China’s shadow to lead Asia? by Mari Siow (feat. Stephen Nagy), South China Morning Post, September 5, 2020

Richard, B.C. politicians push Ottawa to address birth tourism and stop ‘passport mill’ by Angela Jung (feat. Andrew Griffith), CTV News, September 5, 2020

Ottawa maintient la pression sur le régime Loukachenko en Biélorussie (Ottawa maintains pressure on Loukachenko’s regime in Belarus) par/by Mélanie Marquis(avec/feat. Ferry de Kerckhove), La Presse, September 3, 2020

Judy asks: Is NATO Paralyzed Over the Greece-Turkey Conflict? by Judy Dempsey (feat. Julian Lindley-French), Carnegie Europe, September 3, 2020

Canada could have added leverage in trade talks with U.K. as activists push for stronger environmental protections by Neil Moss (feat. Anthony Cary), The Hill Times, September 2, 2020

China cannot change by Duncan McCampbell (feat. Stephen Nagy), Asian Affairs, September 1, 2020

Japan’s next PM: with Abe gone, could Suga hit sweet spot between China, US? by Julian Ryall (feat. Stephen Nagy), South China Morning Post, September 1, 2020

Japan’s Yoshihide Suga leads race to succeed PM Shinzo Abe by Julian Ryall (feat. Stephen Nagy), Deutsche Welle, September 1, 2020

Brazil police arrest more than 400 people in drug gang crackdown by Rodrigo Viga Gaier and Gram Slattery (feat. Robert Muggah), Reuters, August 31, 2020

Russia’s Pacific Fleet conducts drill near Alaska by Dave Makichuk (feat. Andrea Charron), Asia TimesCNBC, August 31, 2020

Expert: Critical for the next Japanese PM to be ‘symbol of stability’ by Capital Connection (feat. Stephen Nagy), CNBC, August 31, 2020

B.C. city sees most non-resident births in Canada by Xiao Xu and Mike Hager (feat. Andrew Griffith), The Globe and Mail, August 31, 2020

Weekly hit with Global News online contributor Matthew Fisher by Roy Green (feat. Matthew Fisher), Roy Green Show, August 30, 2020

Shinzo Abe leaves behind a significant legacy as Japan’s longest serving leader. But now he needs to put his health first by Jake Sturmer, Rebecca Armitage, and Lucia Stein (feat. Stephen Nagy), ABC News, August 29, 2020

‘Birth Tourism’ jumps 22 per cent in B.C. by Douglas Todd (feat. Andrew Griffith), Vancouver Sun, August 28, 2020

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe Resigns Due To Poor Health, Markets Slump by Ralph Jennings (feat. Stephen Nagy), Forbes, August 28, 2020

Liberals creating ‘inventory’ of BIPOC candidates for senior public roles by Canadian Press (feat. Andrew Griffith), Global News, August 27, 2020

Saudi Arabia detains another relative of former intelligence official, family in Canada says by Janice Dickson (feat. Thomas Juneau), The Globe and Mail, August 26, 2020

New ministerial anchoring of Canada-U.S. file is a return to regular operations, say experts by Neil Moss (feat. Sarah Goldfeder), The Hill Times, August 26, 2020

Crude consumption rebounds from April lows despite concerns about peak oil demand by Geoffrey Morgan (feat. Kevin Birn), Financial Post, August 25, 2020

More international disputes possible outcome of COVID-19, lawyer say by Ian Burns (feat. Lawrence Herman), The Lawyer’s Daily, August 24, 2020

Matthew Fisher tributes a great Canadian journalist Alan Fotheringham [sic.] by Roy Green (feat. Matthew Fisher), The Roy Green Show, August 23, 2020

Canada should rethink aid to Mali after two coups. Analysts say by Geoffrey York and Steven Chase (feat. Chris W.J. Roberts), The Globe and Mail, August 20, 2020

Freeland expected to keep playing big role in U.S. relations despite move to finance by Lee Berthiaume (feat. Colin Robertson), National Post, August 20, 2020

More ministers to deal directly with U.S. counterparts by Robyn Bresnahan (feat. Sarah Goldfeder), Ottawa Morning, August 20, 2020

Fears grow over China’s possible massive sales of U.S. debt as a weapon by Tomoyuki Tachikawa (feat. Stephen Nagy), Kyodo News, August 20, 2020

When and how will the U.S.-Canadian border open? These experts have some ideas by Dave Gallagher (feat. Laurie Trautman), The Olympian, August 20, 2020

Is the internet going to fall down when the kids go back to school? by Jonathan Muma and Derek Craddock (feat. Tom Keenan), City News, August 20, 2020

Freeland seen as ‘black box,’ but Bay Street didn’t get what it hoped from Morneau, either by Barbara Shecter (feat. Eugene Lang), Financial Post, August 19, 2020

Are dogs being confiscated on North Korea by Matt Harris (feat. James Trottier), 580 CFRA, August 19, 2020

Explaining the Belarus protests by Danielle Smith (feat. Andrew Rasiulis), The Danielle Smith Show, August 18, 2020

Who is Agnes Chow? Hong Kong’s ‘Goddess of Democracy’ Touches a Cord With Japan by James Patterson (feat. Stephen Nagy), International Business Times, August 18, 2020

Israel-UAE agreement (begins at 1:09:30) by Danielle Smith (feat. Ferry de Kerckhove), The Danielle Smith Show, August 17, 2020

Canada’s federal security and intelligence establishment encouraging employees to self-identify by Mike Lapointe (feat. Andrew Griffith), The Hill Times, August 17, 2020

L’abolition des frais pour obtenir la citoyenneté canadienne toujours reportée by Stéphane Parent (feat. Andrew Griffith), RCI, Août 17, 2020

Immigrants urge government to deliver on promise to wipe out citizenship fee by Kathleen Harris (feat. Andrew Griffith), CBC News, August 16, 2020

Canada welcomes normalization of relations between Israel and U.A.E. by Levon Sevunts (feat. Thomas Juneau), RCI, August 14, 2020

Inside the multibillion dollar race for a COVID-19 vaccine by Eliza Mackintosh, Gianluca Mezzofiore, and Katie Polglase (feat. Heidi Tworek), CNN, August 14, 2020

FOCUS: Arrest of “Goddess of Democracy” may complicate Japan-China ties by Tomoyuki Tachikawa (feat. Stephen Nagy), Kyodo News, August 14, 2020

XL battles headwinds; Canadian cabinet minister bullish on project by Gary Park (feat. Dennis McConaghy), Petroleum News, August 14, 2020

Russia’s COVID-19 Vaccine by Danielle Smith (feat. Andrew Rasiulis), The Danielle Smith Show, August 13, 2020

As U.S.-China rift grows, Mexico tries to lure American businesses to move operations closer to home by Kevin Sieff (feat. Eric Miller), The Washington Post, August 13, 2020

The spectre of Carney now looms over Morneau, but that should be a good thing by Kevin Carmichael (feat. Eugene Lang), Financial Post, August 13, 2020

Capital spending in Alberta’s oilpatch expected to fall by 30% this year by Tony Seskus (feat. Kevin Birn), CBC News, August 12, 2020

As #FreeAgnes trends in Japan, why is Hong Kong activist Agnes Chow so popular there? by Julian Ryall (feat. Stephen Nagy), South China Morning Post, August 12, 2020

Canada to spend $1.5B to maintain its fleet of frigates well into 2040s by Levon Sevunts (feat. Jeffrey Collins), RCI, August 12, 2020

Easing of restrictions to non-U.S. travellers in Canada unlikely to be met with Trump backlash, could pave way for reopening of 49th parallel, say experts by Neil Moss (feat. Colin Robertson and Eric Miller), The Hill Times, August 12, 2020

‘An own goal’: Aluminum tariffs will hurt U.S. consumers by Larysa Harapyn (feat. Brian Kingston), Financial Post, August 11, 2020

China’s effort to buy an Arctic gold main raises many concerns by Marc Montgomery (feat. Colin Robertson and Rob Huebert), RCI, August 10, 2020

Iran and Canada by The Iran Podcast (feat. Thomas Juneau), The Iran Podcast, August 10, 2020

Global News International Correspondent Matthew Fisher on Beirut, and his personal connection to the city by Roy Green (feat. Matthew Fisher), The Roy Green Show, August 9, 2020

Clean Network is a messy roadmap for a digital wall with China by Robert Scammel (feat. Amy Karam), Verdict, August 7, 2020

Hundreds dead and thousands injured after explosion in Beirut by Ryan Jespersen (feat. Ferry de Kerckhove), The Ryan Jespersen Show, August 6, 2020

US Allies Tighten Alliance to Contain China’s Maritime Expansion by Ralph Jennings (feat. Stephen Nagy), Voice of America, August 6, 2020

Canada Oils Sands Output Poised for 41 Percent Increase by Matthew V. Veazey (feat. Kevin Birn), Rigzone, August 6, 2020

Varcoe: Government cuts to monitoring undermine oilsands companies’ work to reduce emissions by Chris Varcoe (feat. Kevin Birn), Calgary Herald, August 6, 2020

Ep. 103 S. Korean court pushes to seize Japanese firm’s assets. Would it lead to new escalation of bilateral ties? by Lee Hee-un (feat. Stephen Nagy), The Point World Affairs, August 5, 2020

Oil-Sands Emissions Intensity Inching Down Amid ESG Headwinds by Kevin Orland (feat. Kevin Birn), BNN Bloomberg, August 5, 2020

Understanding Iranian Influence in the Horn of Africa by Giorgio Cafiero and Corrado Čok (feat. Thomas Juneau), Inside Arabia, August 5, 2020

Japan warns of response if South Korea court seizes Nippon assets for forced labour compensation by Julian Ryall (feat. Stephen Nagy), South China Morning Post, August 4, 2020

Quebec shipyard is setting up an Arctic icebreaking research centre p style="margin: 0px;">by Murray Brewster (feat. Rob Huebert), CBC News, August 4, 2020

COVID-19 blamed as work on Arctic military port first promised in 2007 sees new delays by Lee Berthiaume (feat. David Perry), CTV News, August 2, 2020

The US pointing military finger at China, with Canada’s conspicuous absence – weekly hit with Matthew Fisher, Global New Contributor by Roy Green (feat. Matthew Fisher), The Roy Green Show, August 2, 2020

Canadian companies may double down on oilsands after Total writes off $9.3B in assets: analysts by Joel Dryden (feat. Kevin Birn), CBC News, July 31, 2020

Appointment of U.S. Arctic coordinator signals more muscular American policy by Levon Sevunts (feat. Rob Huebert), Radio Canada International, July 30, 2020

La production de sables bitumineux reprendra en 20221, prédisent des experts (Oilsands production to restart in 2022, experts predict) par/by Radio-Canada (feat. Kevin Birn), ICI Alberta, July 29, 2020

No Canuck Do: COVID-19 has strained Canada’s relations with America by The Economist (feat. Colin Robertson and Laurie Trautman), The Economist, July 29, 2020

Regardless of COVID, the outlook for the oilsands gets dimmer year after year by Kyle Bakx (feat. Kevin Birn), CBC, July 29, 2020

Varcoe: Deutsche Bank move to stop oilsands financing sparks pushback in Alberta by Chris Varcoe (feat. Kevin Birn), Calgary Herald, July 29, 2020

Robert Muggah Says More… by The Project Syndicate (feat. Robert Muggah), Project Syndicate, July 28, 2020

Oilsands production expected to rebound after pandemic-linked 2020 slump by The Canadian Press (feat. Kevin Birn), Toronto Star, July 28, 2020

Longer-Term Outlook for Canadian Oil Sands Changes Little Despite “COVID-19 Shock” and Largest Annual Production Decline in 2020 by IHS Markit (feat. Kevin Birn), Associated Press, July 28, 2020

As November Election Approaches, Are Newsrooms Ready for Guccifer 3.0? by Christa Case Bryant (feat. Heidi Tworek), Nieman Reports, July 28, 2020

Politicians Sat They Are Getting More Violent Threats Than Ever and They’re Worried by Justin Ling (feat. Andrew House), Vice, July 27, 2020

It doesn’t require a ‘social revolution’: pandemic reshaping what’s possible, say experts by Beatrice Paez and Palak Mangat (feat. Hugh Segal), The Hill Times, July 27, 2020

Weekly hit with Matthew Fisher, on his Global News commentary “Retirement of Gen. Jonathan Vance is big loss for Canada on international stage.” by Jody Vance (feat. Matthew Fisher), The Roy Green Show, July 26, 2020

China is pushing its South China Sea claims during the coronavirus pandemic– this is what the tensions are about by Max Walden and Neelima Choahan (feat. Stephen Nagy), ABC News, July 26, 2020

Observers weigh the uncertain legacy of Gen. Jonathan Vance

by Charlie Pickerton (feat. Dave Perry and Stephen Saideman), iPolitics, July 24, 2020

Calgary man accused of ISIS kidnapping to ask judge for bail par/by Meghan Grant (feat. Michael Nesbitt), CBC News, July 24, 2020

Derrière son projet d’éolien offshore, Tokyo craint les espions de la Chine (Behind its offshore windpower project, Tokyo fears Chinese spies) par/by Yann Rousseau (feat. Stephen Nagy), Les Echos, July 24, 2020

Canada not walking the walk on its miners’ abuses abroad, campaigners day by Chris Arsenault (feat. Daryl Copeland and Kyle Matthews), Mongabay, July 24, 2020

Is now the time for a woman to lead the Canadian military? by Murray Brewster (feat. David Perry), CBC News, July 24, 2020

Chief of the defence staff Jonathan Vance announces retirement by Les Perreaux and Kristy Kirkup (feat. Stephen Saideman), The Globe and Mail, July 23, 2020

The rush to claim an undersea mountain range by Martha Henrique (feat. Andrea Charron), BBC, July 23, 2020

Free market “failure” led Huawei 5G dominance: Policy expert by Robert Scammell (feat. Amy Karam), Verdict, July 23, 2020

Scholar: Closure of Houston Consulate Marks Shift of US’ China Policy Towards Confrontation by Islam Times (feat. Stephen Nagy), Islam Times, July 23, 2020

Military to send Cyclone helicopter, downsized force to world’s largest maritime exercise amid COVID-19 by Todd Coyne (feat. Mark Norman), CTV News, July 23, 2020

Calgary man faces terrorism charges after alleged participation in ISIS kidnapping by Sammy Hudes (feat. Michael Nesbitt), Calgary Herald, July 22, 2020

After banning Chinese comms bogeyman, UK asks: Huawei in his mess? It was a failure of capitalism, MPs told by Matthew Hughes (feat. Amy Karam and Randolph Mank ), The Register, July 22, 2020

Geopolitics, not national security, to be guiding factor in Huawei decision, say experts by Neil Moss (feat. Hugh Stephens and Randolph Mank ), The Hill Times, July 22, 2020

Feds have yet to make agreed-upon changes giving Parliament greater oversight over trade deals by Neil Moss (feat. Colin Robertson), The Hill Times, July 22, 2020

Un conseiller de François Legault critique la Chine (One of Legault’s advisors criticizes China) par/by Charles Lecavalier (avec/feat. Jocelyn Coulon), TVA Nouvelles, July 21, 2020

Trudeau ethics probe to draw more scrutiny to Canada’s COVID-19 spending by Steve Scherer (feat. Peter Donolo), Reuters, July 21, 2020

Five Canadian security contract were awarded to a controversial tech company connected to the Chinese by Ryan Jespersen (feat. Ross Fetterly), The Ryan Jespersen Show, July 21, 2020

The U.S.-Canada border’s been closed for four months, and nearby towns are suffering by Erika Beras (feat. Laurie Trautman), Marketplace, July 20, 2020

A Pipeline is Quietly Ordered Shut in New Signal of Shale’s Woes by Catherine Ngai (feat. Kevin Birn), BNN Bloomberg, July 20, 2020

Joe Biden: Just Another Liberal Internationalist by Mike Lapointe (feat. Thomas Juneau), Empire Has No Clothes, July 20, 2020

U.S. presidential campaign likely to be ‘ugly or uglier than last time,’ and of ‘deep concern’ to Canadians, say politicos by Mike Lapointe (feat. Colin Robertson and John Manley), The Hill Times, July 20, 2020

Canada’s COVID-19 response still ignores the innovative companies that could power a recovery by Kevin Carmichael (feat. Eugene Lang), Financial Post, July 17, 2020

What China’s Asian Maritime Rivals Expect from Bolder US Support by Ralph Jennings (feat. Stephen Nagy), VOA News, July 17, 2020

Anger in Japan as US army bases report mounting Covid-19 outbreak by Julian Ryall (feat. Stephen Nagy), South China Morning Post, July 16, 2020

The muddled public message on coronavirus isn’t just confusing. It’s harmful by Ivana Kottasová (feat. Heidi Tworek), CNN, July 16, 2020

How peace officers control who gets across New Brunswick borders by Alexandre Silberman (feat. Kelly Sundberg), CBC News, July 16, 2020

How Liberian war crimes suspect Bill Horrace lived in Canada for 18 years – until his murder by Stewart Bell (feat. Kelly Sundberg), Global News, July 15, 2020

Case involving alleged war criminal highlights need for ‘a whole sale review,’ professor says by Stewart Bell (feat. Kelly Sundberg), Global News, July 15, 2020

More nuanced, test-focused approach needed to reopen Canada-U.S. border, say experts by Neil Moss (feat. Eric Miller and Roy Norton), The Hill Times, July 15, 2020

Trudeau’s penchant for political appointees show lack of appreciation for ambassadors’ work: former senior diplomat by Neil Moss (feat. Colin Robertson), The Hill Times, July 15, 2020

The case of Alberta’s rogue cops might never have seen the light of day. Some say that’s a problem by Alex Boyd and Omar Mosleh (feat. Kelly Sundberg), Toronto Star, July 14, 2020

Lobbyists lined up to persuade province to protect business in early COVID-19 stage by Jacques Poitras (feat. Andrew House), CBC News, July 14, 2020

Reopen the Canada-U.S. border? Canadians say sorry, but no thanks by Lauren Gardner (feat. Laurie Trautman), Politico, July 14, 2020

Most Canadians still want U.S. border to remain closed during coronavirus pandemic by David Rasbach (feat. Laurie Trautman), The Olympian, July 13, 2020

Wounds still fresh for Bosnian-Canadians 25 years after the Srebrenica massacre by Mike Drolet (feat. Stephen Saideman), Global News, July 11, 2020

Calls for tariffs on Canadian aluminum come with a Glencore twist by Gabriel Friedman (feat. Eric Miller), Regina Leader-Post, July 10, 2020

Security concerns linger over province’s COVID contract tracing app by Jason Herring (feat. Ken Barker), Edmonton Sun, July 10, 2020

Testing positive for COVID-19 won’t change Bolsonaro’s pandemic response, says analyst by CBC Radio (feat. Robert Muggah), CBC News, July 10, 2020

Buy American policies will live on – even if the Trump presidency doesn’t by Alexander Panetta (feat. Eric Miller), CBC News, July 10, 2020

America’s worsening COVID-19 crisis has some Canadians barring the border door by The Canadian Press (feat. Laurie Trautman), Times Colonist, July 10, 2020

Investors look to existing pipelines as new projects face major hurdles by Tara Weber (feat. Kevin Birn), BNN Bloomberg, July 10, 2020

Oil producers on hook for millions in contingency payments to TC Energy if Keystone XL cancelled by Geoffrey Morgan (feat. Dennis McConnaghy), Financial Post, July 9, 2020

Explosions en Iran: plus que des coïncidences, selon des experts (Explosions in Iran: more than coincidence, according to experts par/by Janie Gosselin (feat. Thomas Juneau), La Presse, July 9, 2020

Has enthusiasm for the CERB paved the way for a universal basic income? by Nadine Yousif (feat. Hugh Segal), Maclean’s, July 8, 2020

After Show of Military Might, China Offers to Restart S. China Sea Talks by Ralph Jennings (feat. Stephen Nagy), VOA News, July 8, 2020

Canadian Justice Grinds Slowly for Detained Huawei Executive by Craig McCulloch (feat. Colin Robertson), VOA News, July 8, 2020

Bolsonaro’s positive coronavirus test marks ‘beginning of the end’ for his administration, analyst says by Sam Meredith (feat. Robert Muggah), CNBC, July 8, 2020

Rise in military contracting hides human, monetary costs by Stephen J. Thorne (feat. David Perry), Legion Magazine, July 8, 2020

Canada needs to protect Arctic sovereignty to confront emboldened Putin, say MP and expert by Neil Moss (feat. Jocelyn Coulon), The Hill Times, July 8, 2020

Disaggregated data key to ensuring representative workplaces, say experts, as PMO skirts black staff statistics by Laura Ryckewaert (feat. Andrew Griffith), The Hill Times, July 8, 2020

New order granting diplomatic privileges to African Union officials a ‘positive step,’ say former diplomats by Samantha Wright Allen (feat. Ferry de Kerckhove and Patricia Fortier), The Hill Times, July 8, 2020

Le Canada nomme un routier de la politique comme nouvel ambassadeur à l’ONU (Canada appoints a political household name as new UN ambassador) par/by Ismaël Houdassine (avec/feat. Ferry de Kerckhove), Radio Canada International, July 7, 2020

China imposes controversial new security law on Hong Kong by Ryan Jespersen (feat. Colin Robertson), The Ryan Jespersen Show, July 6, 2020

Varcoe: A trio of pipeline problems arrives – including new setback for Keystone XL in U.S. by Chris Varcoe (feat. Kevin Birn), Calgary Herald, July 7, 2020

Taiwan condemns UBC’s ‘province of China’ naming in enrollment report by Dorothy Settles (feat. Hugh Stephens), The Ubyssey, July 6, 2020

Saudi Arabia presses Canada to end refuge for Saad Aljabri, ex-intelligence officer by Robert Fife and Steven Chase (feat. Thomas Juneau), The Globe and Mail, July 6, 2020

China would rather have the world hate and fear than change course on Hong Kong writes Global News contributor Matthew Fisher by Roy Green (feat. Matthew Fisher), Roy Green Show, July 5, 2020

CBC Radio’s The House: July 4, 2020; “The state of Canada-U.S. relations” by CBC Radio (feat. Sarah Goldfeder), CBC, July 4, 2020

What the Trans Mountain challenge dismissal means for Alberta by Elise von Scheel (feat. Kevin Birn), CBC News, July 3, 2020

Iran dumps Flight 752 investigator after he suggests Tehran kept airspace open to conceal ‘imminent’ attack by Ashley Burke (feat. Thomas Juneau), CBC News, July 3, 2020

Why Japan scrapped a $4 billion missile defense purchase from the U.S. by Lucy Craft (feat. Stephen Nagy), CBC News, July 2, 2020

The new NAFTA tried not to change too much – and then the pandemic changed everything by Janyce McGregor (feat. Meredith Lilly and Brian Kingston), CBC News, July 1, 2020

Some Canadian businesses want to let Americans back in. Most Canadians don’t. by Amanda Colette (feat. Laurie Trautman), Washington Post, July 1, 2020

Reopening the Canada-U.S. border will be a long, piecemeal process by Aaron Wherry (feat. Laurie Trautman), CBC News, July 1, 2020

New NAFTA coms into force after months of testy renegotiations, but ‘disruptions’ will need to be addressed by Neil Moss (feat. Brian Kingston and Sarah Goldfeder), The Hill Times, July 1, 2020

CTV National News: Putin’s Pitch to Russia by Lisa Laflamme (feat. Andrew Rasiulis), CTV News with Lisa Laflamme, June 30, 2020

Pourquoi le Canada a-t-il échoué dans sa tentative d’obtenir un siège au Conseil de sécurité de l’ONU? (Why did Canada fail in its attempt to obtain a seat at the UN Security Council?) par/by 98.5 (avec/feat. Jocelyn Coulon), 98.5 Montréal, June 30, 2020

Assassinat du général Qassem Soleimani : la justice iranienne vise Trump (Assassination of General Qassem Soleimani: Iranian justice targets Trump) par/by Marc Thibodeau (avec/feat. Thomas Juneau), La Presse, June 30, 2020

New NAFTA comes into force Canada Day amid tariffs threats, COVID-19 uncertainty by Hana Mae Nassar (feat. Colin Robertson), City News, June 30, 2020

Repatriate Canadian former ISIS fighters and family members, rights group urges by Levon Sevunts (feat. Kyle Matthews), Radio Canada International, June 29, 2020

ACEUM : les Américains menacent d’appliquer l’entente avec une poignée de fer (CUSMA: the Americans threaten to implement the agreement with an iron fist) par/by La Presse Canadienne (feat. Eric Miller), Radio Canada, June 28, 2020

U.S. trade rep reignites tariff threats as CUSMA set to come into effect by James McCarten (feat. Eric Miller), Global News, June 28, 2020

Self-absorbed, Uncaring, Incompetent: COVID has exposed Populist Leaders for What They Are by Talmiz Ahmad (feat. Robert Muggah), The Wire, June 28, 2020

Gord Bibby, on Ottawa and his cousin Robert Hall’s kidnapping/execution, Matthew Fisher on his friend John Ridsdel’s kidnapping/execution by Ron Green (feat. Matthew Fisher), The Roy Green Show, June 27, 2020

A Disastrous Summer in the Arctic by Carolyn Kormann (feat. Rob Huebert), The New Yorker, June 27, 2020

Witness shocked at force used by Calgary police dealing with sleeping man by David Bell (feat. Kelly Sundberg), CBC News, June 27, 2020

Video ‘doesn’t make sense;’ “We shouldn’t be expecting it’: Police dealing with too many mental health calls alone, says expert by Colin Dacre (feat. Kelly Sundberg), Castanet, June 27, 2020

Amid tension at the top, U.S.-Canada ties are tight by John Rash (feat. Colin Robertson and Sarah Goldfeder), Star Tribune, June 26, 2020

It makes no sense for Mountie facing charges to be on the streets: criminologist by Colette Derworiz (feat. Kelly Sundberg), CTV News, June 26, 2020

Japan and China jostle over disputed islands in East China Sea in ‘alarming’ escalation by Julian Ryall and Nicola Smith (feat. Stephen Nagy), The Telegraph, June 26, 2020

The evolution of upskilling by Kevin Juhasz (feat. Tom Keenan), Galvanize, June 25, 2020

Justin Trudeau ne bouge pas sur l’affaire Meng Wanzhou (Justin Trudeau doesn’t not move on the Meng Wanzhou case) par/by Karim Ouadia (avec/feat. Ferry de Kerckhove), ICI-Radio Canada, June 25, 2020

RCMP can’t explain silence on criminal charges against Fort McMurray Mountie by Janice Johnston (feat. Kelly Sundberg), CBC News, June 24, 2020

Canada in wait-and-see mode as clock ticks down on trade agreement with the U.K. by Neil Moss (feat. Eric Miller), The Hill Times, June 24, 2020

Alberta explores creation of civilian corps to support police by Elise von Scheel (feat. Kelly Sundberg), CBC News, June 24, 2020

Canada loses its bid for a seat on the UN Security Council by Ryan Jespersen (feat. Andrea Charron), The Ryan Jespersen Show, June 23, 2020

The Canadian government can intervene to end Meng’s extradition trial. Should it? by Mark Gollom and Olivia Stefanovich (feat. David Carment), CBC News, June 23, 2020

After years of angst, Canada’s oil pipeline problem may be over by Kevin Orl and Robert Tuttle (feat. Kevin Birn), Toronto Star, June 23, 2020

Saudis put pressure on another dissident living in Canada as RCMP warns about threats made by regime by Tyler Dawson (feat. Thomas Juneau), National Post, June 22, 2020

Trump demanded Japan cough up $8 billion for U.S. troops – or risk withdrawal: Bolton by Jesse Johnson (feat. Stephen Nagy), The Japan Times, June 22, 2020

L’Iran utiliserait-il son enquête sur le vol 752 pour soutirer des faveurs? par Stéphane Parent (feat. Thomas Juneau), Radio Canada International, June 22, 2020

China charges two Canadians with Huawei-linked case by Jordan Press (feat. Colin Robertson), BNN Bloomberg, June 22, 2020

Concerns grow that Iran will used downed Flight 752 to reopen ties with Canada by Raisa Patel and Ashley Burke (feat. Thomas Juneau), CBC News, June 21, 2020

‘Weekly hit with Matthew Fisher, this time talking about Canada’s lost bid for UN Security Council by Roy Green (feat. Matthew Fisher), The Roy Green Show, June 20, 2020

‘My child is dead’: Family wants answers after fatal police encounter by Tom Ross (feat. Kelly Sundberg), City News, June 19, 2020

Canada’s Security Council seat loss drives home need to foreign policy reset: experts by Amanda Connolly (feat. Andrea Charron), Global News, June 19, 2020

Japan files diplomatic protest over Chinese ships near disputed Diaoyu Islands by Julian Riall (feat. Stephen Nagy), South China Morning Post, June 19, 2020

Border towns adversely hit as US and Canada extend nonessential travel ban by Jeremy Lot (feat. Laurie Trautman), Washington Examiner, June 18, 2020

Ovintiv lays off staff as fears rise for delayed oil industry recovery by Dan Healing (feat. Kevin Birn), Global News, June 18, 2020

India-China border tensions by Danielle Smith (feat. Ferry de Kerckhove), Danielle Smith Show, June 18, 2020

Le Canada rate « son retour » à l’ONU (Canada misses its “comeback” to the UN) par/by Marie Vastel (avec/feat. Ferry de Kerckhove), Le Devoir, June 18, 2020

Cybersecurity Awareness for Employees: Tips and Best Practices< by Osama Tahir (feat. Tom Keenan), VPN Ranks, June 18, 2020

Canada perd la course pour un siège au Conseil de sécurité de l’ONU (Canada loses the race for a seat at the UN Security Council) par/by Paloma Martinez (avec/feat. Andrea Charron), Radio Canada International, June 18, 2020

Canada’s failed UN security council bid exposes Trudeau’s ‘dilettante’ foreign policy by Leyland Cecco (feat. Thomas Juneau), The Guardian, June 18, 2020

Canada loses high-profile bid for United Nations Security Council seat by Amanda Connolly (feat. David Perry), Global News, June 17, 2020

Losing Security Council seat might embarrass Trudeau but would signal a bigger problem: experts by Amanda Connolly (feat. Colin Robertson and David Perry), Global News, June 17, 2020

ONU : deux autres pays des Amériques au Conseil de sécurité ? (UN: two other countries from the Americas at the Security Council?) par/by Marie Normand (avec/feat. Ferry de Kerckhove), RFI, June 17, 2020

NDP, Green MPs raice concern over Canada’s trust in OAS election monitoring in Bolivia by Neil Moss (feat. Patricia Fortier), The Hill Times, June 17, 2020

LEEFF program remains untouched by big business by Jackie Northam (feat. Brian Kingston), iPolitics, June 16, 2020

The Oil Spill From Russian Nickel Mine Is Moving Toward The Arctic Ocean by Jackie Northam (feat. Rob Huebert), NPR, June 16, 2020

‘It’s definitely a nail biter’: Canada braces for UN Security Council vote after long campaign by Rachel Gilmore (feat. John Manley), CTV News, June 16, 2020

China-India deadly border clash: Canadian analysts’ view by Marc Montgomery (feat. Colin Robertson), Radio Canada International, June 16, 2020

Le Canada sera-t-il de retour? (Will Canada be back?) par/by Anne Caroline Desplanques (avec/feat. Jocelyn Coulon), TVA Nouvelles, June 16, 2020

Ottawa awards $2.4B contract to finish building navy’s supply ships by Murray Brewster (feat. David Perry), CBC News, June 15, 2020

Le nucléaire iranien sous l’œil de l’AIEA (Iran’s nuclear activity under scrutiny from the IAEA) par/by Anne-Bénédicte Hoffner (avec/feat. Benjamin Hautecouverture), La Croix, June 15, 2020

Quand et comment pourra-t-on rouvrir la frontière avec les États-Unis ? (When and how will we be able to re-open the border with the United States?) par/by Ximena Sampson (avec/feat. Laurie Trautman), Radio-Canada, June 15, 2020

Trudeau continuing historical tradition while presenting indirect critiques of Trump to prevent backlash by Neil Moss (feat. Roy Norton), The Hill Times, June 15, 2020

Canada to pay $4.1B for Navy support ships in latest cost increase by Lee Berthiaume (feat. David Perry), National Post, June 15, 2020

Auditors call out National Defence for poor oversight on spending by Lee Berthiaume (feat. David Perry), Global News, June 14, 2020

The numbers behind calls to ‘defund the police’ by Graham Slaughter (feat. Kelly Sundberg), CTV News, June 12, 2020

Experts say COVID-19 hasn’t hurt Canada’s campaign for UN security council by Rachel Emmanuel (feat. Andrea Charron), iPolitics, June 12, 2020

Confederate flags flying by Rob Gibson (feat. Heidi Tworek), Castanet, June 12, 2020

Anti-US Philippine President Pivots Back Towards Washington to Resist China by Ralph Jennings (feat. Stephen Nagy), Voice of America, June 12, 2020

Five years on, Trudeau’s vow to build a diverse public service still unfulfilled by Salimah Shivji (feat. Andrew Griffith), CBC News, June 12, 2020

‘Zero indication’ military spending will be cut amid COVID-19, defence official says by Lee Berthiaume (feat. David Perry), Global News, June 11, 2020

Canada’s weapons sales to Saudi Arabia hit record by Charlie Mitchell (feat. Thomas Juneau), The Times, June 11, 2020

The G7 summit could be a mess – but some experts say Trudeau should go anyway by Chris Hall (feat. Colin Robertson), CBC News, June 11, 2020

Counting the Days Under Virus Lockdown by the Length of Trudeau’s Hair by Catherine Porter (feat. Peter Donolo), The New York Times, June 11, 2020

Pourrait-on voir une guerre civile éclater aux États-Unis? Ferry de Kerckhove, conseiller du recteur en matière de sécurité à l’Université d’Ottawa (Could we see a civil war erupt in the U.S.? Ferry de Kerckhove, Security advisor to the University of Ottawa’s chancellor) par/by Mario Langlois (avec/feat. Ferry de Kerckhove), 107.7 Estrie, June 9, 2020

UN Security Council election win could boost Trudeau’s international capital, says former diplomat by Neil Moss (feat. Colin Robertson and Jocelyn Coulon), The Hill Times, June 10, 2020

How COVID-19 could alter the course of climate change by Tom Spears (feat. Monica Gattinger), Ottawa Citizen, June 10, 2020

Boycott the 2022 China Winter Olympics? by Marc Montgomery (feat. Colin Robertson), Radio Canada International, June 10, 2020

Vers une guerre civile aux États-Unis? (The United States towards a civil war?) par/by 98.5 (avec/feat. Ferry de Kerckhove), 98.5 Montreal, June 9, 2020

China seems to consolidate control over Hong Kong by CTV Montreal (feat. Kyle Matthews), CTV Montreal, June 8, 2020

Should NATO Have a Permanent Presence in the Arctic? by Lee Harding (feat. James Fergusson and Rob Huebert), Epoch Times, June 7, 2020

Héros ou tortionnaire? Un ex-responsable saoudien au Canada sème la controverse (Hero or torturer? A former Saudi official causes controversy) par/by Rania Massoud (avec/feat. Thomas Juneau), Radio-Canada, June 7, 2020

Weekly hit with Matthew Fisher. Keeping Canadian troops at long term care facilities by Roy Green (feat. Matthew Fisher), The Roy Green Show, June 7, 2020

Ottawa’s lifeline to Saudi LAV maker raises questions by Steven Chase and Robert Fife (feat. Thomas Juneau), The Globe and Mail, June 7, 2020

Why military men pushing back on Trump is an ‘extraordinary event in American democracy by Alexander Panetta (feat. Stephen Saideman), CBC News, June 5, 2020

Children of ex-Saudi intelligence official living in Canada disappear amid Saudi efforts to force him home by Tyler Dawson (feat. Thomas Juneau), National Post, June 4, 2020

Will civil unrest stall a reopening of the Canada-U.S. border? by Alex Boutilier (feat. Laurie Trautman), Toronto Star, June 4, 2020

Cérémonies de citoyenneté virtuelles bientôt offertes aux nouveaux Canadiens by Kathleen Harris (avec Andrew Griffith), Radio CBC News, June 4, 2020

Cérémonies de citoyenneté virtuelles bientôt offertes aux nouveaux Canadiens par Stéphane Parent (avec Andrew Griffith), Radio Canada International, 4 juin 2020

What U.S. shale’s woes mean for Canada’s oil and gas industry by Tony Seskus (feat. Kevin Birn), CBC News, June 3, 2020

#Canada pledges $40M to ‘avert catastrophe’ in Yemen by Levon Sevunts (feat. Thomas Juneau), Radio Canada International, June 2, 2020

#65 Stuck in the Middle with Meng Wanzhou by Jen Gerson and Sandy Garossino (feat. Philip Calvert), OPPO, June 2, 2020

Annexions en Cisjordanie : d’anciens diplomates interpellent Trudeau by Louis Blouin (feat. Ferry de Kerckhove), Radio-Canada, June 2, 2020

John Ivison: How Canada can resist China’s intimidation by teaming up with like-minded allies by John Ivison (feat. Stephen Nagy), National Post, June 2, 2020

Canada should re-examine U.S. relations, ‘pursue its own future’ in face of Trump’s pandemic response, say foreign policy and trade experts by Peter Mazereeuw (feat. David Carment), The Hill Times, June 1, 2020

Time for foreign policy update to prepare Canada for post-pandemic world, say some experts by Neil Moss (feat. Hugh Segal and Barbara Martin), The Hill Times, June 1, 2020

‘Jair Bolsonaro most incompetent political leader in a democracy’ by Christine Ockrent (feat. Robert Muggah), Consultancy.lat, June 1, 2020

La Russie de Poutine sous le choc de la pandémie (Putin’s Russia under the shock of the pandemic) par/by Christine Ockrent (avec/feat. Benjamin Hautecouverture), France Culture, 30 mai/May 2020

Swastika found at trailhead: Local man paints over racist symbol sprayed on rock at trailhead by Rob Gibson (avec/feat. Heidi Tworek), Castanet, May 29, 2020

August trial set for Halifax man accused of violating Canada’s international economic sanctions by Alexander Quon (avec/feat. Michael Nesbitt), Global News, May 29, 2020

Study finds most Canadians hoping U.S. border closure extends through the summer by David Rasbach (feat. Laurie Trautman), The Bellingham Herald, May 29, 2020

Chaque 29 mai, on célèbre les Casques bleus (Every May 29th, we celebrate the Blue Helmets) par/by Radio Canada (avec/feat. Jocelyn Coulon), Radio Canada, 28 mai 2020

FOCUS: Sino-U.S. strains over Hong Kong may ignite tensions in East Asia by Tomoyuki Tachikawa (feat. Stephen Nagy), Kyodo News, May 28, 2020

Concamin advirte que no hay necesidad para que Inegi mida la riqueza en el país (Concamin warns that there is no need for Inegi to measure wealth in the country) by Liliana Padilla (feat. Francisco Suarez Davila), Milenio, May 27, 2020

Brazil’s Bolsonaro could soon be toppled, analysts say, as coronavirus cases surge by Sam Meredith (feat. Robert Muggah), CNBC, May 27, 2020

Post-pandemic world presents real opportunity to change U.S.-Canada relationship, experts say by Aidan Chamandy (feat. Sarah Goldfeder and Eric Miller), The Hill Times, May 27, 2020

‘Give your head a shake’: Legal experts slam cage fighting gym owner for flouting COVID-19 science by David Bell (feat. Kelly Sundberg), CBC News, May 26, 2020

Ottawa to scrutinize Chinese acquisition of gold miner as Huawei case reaches crucial stage by Gabriel Friedman (feat. Andrew House), Financial Post, May 26, 2020

ANALYSIS: Trudeau’s personal brand tied to success – or failure – of UN Security Council race by David Akin (feat. Colin Robertson), Global News, May 26, 2020

U.S. withdrawal from Open Skies treaty presents Canada with a ‘serious’ challenge, says expert by Levon Sevunts (feat. Rob Huebert), CBC News, May 26, 2020

As feds move from crisis management to transition, Parliament will require a ‘different manner’ and an ‘adaptive response,’ say experts by Neil Moss and Mike Lapointe (feat. Hugh Segal), The Hill Times, May 25, 2020

Investor apathy knocks out oilpatch’s only Western Canadian Select-linked ETF by Geoffrey Morgan (feat. Kevin Birn), Financial Post, May 25, 2020

Defence spending likely to face post-COVID cuts, military experts say by Aidan Chamandy (feat. David Perry, Eugene Lang, and Andrew Leslie), The Hill Times, May 25, 2020

Hong Kong protests resume over proposed Chinese security law by Marc Montgomery (feat. Colin Robertson), Radio Canada International, May 25, 2020

Cybersecurity experts raise privacy concerns over COVID contact tracing apps by Ken Barker (feat. Ken Barker), Calgary Herald, May 23, 2020

Canadian privacy and cybersecurity leaders call for independent technical reviews of COVID-19 contact tracing apps by UNB Newsroom (avec Ken Barker), University of New Brunswick, May 22, 2020

The Right-Wing Checkpoint for Canada’s Intervention in Ukraine by Lital Khaikin (avec Andrew Rasiulis), Canadian Dimensions, May 21, 2020

Chinese ownership of Nunavut’s resources stokes unease by Derek Neary (feat. Adam Lajeunesse), NNSL Media, May 21, 2020

Impacts from border restrictions could linger by Grace McCarthy (feat. Laurie Trautman), The Northern Light, May 21, 2020

As Trump muses about in-person G7 meeting, Trudeau says he will look at proposal, safety measures offered by James McCarten (feat. Colin Robertson), CBC News, May 20, 2020

Trump plaide pour un vrai G7, la pandémie loin d’être contenue par Sebastian Smith et Pascale Trouillaud (feat. Colin Robertson), Le Nouvelliste, 20 mai 2020

Varcoe: Will pipe in the ground trump Joe Biden’s vow to stop Keystone XL? by Chris Varcoe (feat. Dennis McConaghy), The Calgary Herald, May 20, 2020

This Veteran Is Strengthening National Security By Giving Women A Seat At The Table by USAA (feat. Lindsay Rodman), HuffPost, May 20, 2020

Police Charge Canadian Teenager With Terrorism in Alleged Incel Murder by Mack Lamoureux (feat. Michael Nesbitt), Vice, May 19, 2020

COVID – Système multilatéral, victime collatérale ? (COVID – Multilateral system, collateral damage?) par/by Marie-Sixte Imbert (avec Colin Robertson), Open Diplomacy, 19 mai/May 19, 2020

Police lay first terrorism charge for Toronto case involving misogyny by Molly Hayes and Colin Freeze (feat. Michael Nesbitt), The Globe and Mail, May 19, 2020

U.S., Canada agree to extend border closing to non-essential travel for another month by David Rasbach (feat. Laurie Trautman), The Bellingham Herald, May 19, 2020

Lawsuits likely if Democrat Joe Biden cancels Keystone XL pipeline, Canadian observers warn by Dan Healing (feat. Dennis McConaghy), Global News, May 19, 2020

An Intelligent Look At Terrorism Podcast by Phil Gurski (feat. Andrew Griffith), CBC News, May 19, 2020

Canada oil is now a U.S. election issue by Alexander Panetta (feat. Dennis McConaghy), CBC News, May 19, 2020

Trudeau taking charge of Canada’s UN Security Council bid with calls to world leaders, but they could have limited impact, says former UN diplomat by Neil Moss (feat. Colin Robertson), The Hill Times, May 18, 2020

La Slovaquie en direct, lundi 18 mai 2020

par Radio Slovaquie Internationale (avec Roger Hilton), Radio Slovaquie Internationale, 18 mai 2020

Ottawa urged to consider Beijing’s growing control over strategic minerals when weighing Chinese state firm’s bid for gold miner by Robert Fife, Steven Chase, and Niall McGee (feat. Richard Fadden and Rob Huebert), The Globe and Mail, May 18, 2020

CF Snowbirds team member killed in crash in Kamloops, B.C. by Simon Little, Maryam Shah and Kerri Breen (feat. Al Stephenson), Global News, May 17, 2020

Washington state’s once-bustling border towns and islands fall silent, due to coronavirus pandemic by Ron Judd (feat. Laurie Trautman), The Seattle Times, May 17, 2020

Mailbox stores lose customers due to border restrictions by Grace McCarthy (feat. Laurie Trautman), The Northern Light, May 13, 2020

Canadians seeking to keep U.S. border closed to non-essential travel another month by David Rasbach (feat. Laurie Trautman), The Bellingham Herald, May 14, 2020

Les pays doivent répondre au virus par la coopération réglementaire, dit Jean Charest (Countries must respond to the virus through regulatory cooperation, says Jean Charest) par/by Éric Desrosiers (avec/feat. Jean Charest and Deanna Horton), Le Devoir, May 14, 2020

Like it or not, Canada’s recovery is tied to the U.S. economy. We are in serious trouble by John Ibbitson (feat. Brian Bow), The Globe and Mail, May 13, 2020

Canada wants to extend U.S. travel ban; PM not yet ready to consider future plan by James McCarten (feat. Laurie Trautman), National Post, May 13, 2020

Country-to-Country Bubbles: a New Way to Travel in Asia after COVID-19 by Ralph Jennings (feat. Stephen Nagy), Voice of America, May 13, 2020

‘Hard decisions are going to have to be made’: can vital defence procurements survive in a post-pandemic world? by Neil Moss (feat. Dave Perry and Alan Stephenson), The Hill Times, May 13, 2020

‘Quietly competent’ public service during COVID-19 notable, says union president, as stakeholders take stock of bureaucracy’s future role by Mike Lapointe (feat. Eugene Lang), The Hill Times, May 13, 2020

From soliciting bribes to abuse of authority, CBSA officers hit with hundreds of misconduct complaints by Catharine Tunney (feat. Kelly Sundberg), CBC News, May 12, 2020

Des centaines d’enquêtes pour inconduite au sein de l’Agence des services frontaliers par Catharine Tunney (avec Kelly Sundberg), Radio-Canada, May 12, 2020

Russia’s military feat in Arctic, spectacular, but no real threat to the West by Marc Montgomery (feat. Andrea Charron), RCI, May 12, 2020

Stephen Nagy’s Take on Investigating the origins of Coronavirus by The World (feat. Stephen Nagy), Invess News, May 11, 2020

China Expected to Ignore Philippine Protest over Upgrade of a Disputed Islet by Ralph Jennings (feat. Stephen Nagy), Voice of America, May 11, 2020

Russian Arctic military exercise draws awe and concerns by Murray Brewster (feat. Andrea Charron and Rob Huebert), CBC News, May 11, 2020

Un audacieux parachutage de troupes russes en Arctique interpelle le Canada by Murray Brewster (avec Andrea Charron and Rob Huebert), Radio-Canada, Mai 11, 2020

One of the few certainties of COVID-19 crisis is that things are going to change with China by Stuart Thomson (feat. Colin Robertson), National Post, May 9, 2020

Neighbouring New Brunswick has kept the coronavirus in check. Here’s how by Colin Woodward (feat. Hugh Segal), The Press Herald, May 9, 2020

Reopening North America by The Council on Foreign Relations (feat. Laurie Trautman), Council of Foreign Relations, May 8, 2020

Lethbridge stormtrooper takedown now to be investigated by external police force by Rachel Ward (feat. Kelly Sundberg), CBC News, May 8, 2020

Trudeau’s Liberal ideals now face a fundamental challenge by Kait Bolongaro (feat. Eugene Lang), BNN Bloomberg, May 8, 2020

Which Accusation Could Bring Brazil’s Jair Bolsonaro Down? by Chris Dalby (feat. Robert Muggah), InSight Crime, May 8, 2020

Day 58: The COVID-19 Daily Podcast with Dave Trafford by Dave Trafford (feat. Matthew Lombardi), Outbreak, May 7, 2020

‘Whole-of-Democracy’ Response Needed to Fight Beijing’s COVID-19 Propaganda by Rahul Vaidyanath (feat. Stephen Saideman), The Epoch Times, May 6, 2020

New Trump Administration Aid To Greenland Stirs Fears Of A U.S. Takeover by Alexander C. Kaufman (feat. Adam Lajeunesse), HuffPost, May 6, 2020

Survey: Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic, Urbanites Are Eyeing the Suburbs by Katelyn Newman (feat. Robert Muggah), U.S. News, May 6, 2020

Brazil Needs Intensive Care by Ilona Szabó (feat. Robert Muggah), Project Syndicate, May 6, 2020

Cocaine trade caught in disrupted global supply chain by Andres Schipani, Gideon Long, and Jude Webber (feat. Robert Muggah), Financial Times, May 6, 2020

Varcoe: Small gains for pipeline progress, but will it matter with oil price collapse? by Chris Varcoe (feat. Kevin Birn), Calgary Herald, May 6, 2020

Some politicos, dairy groups say the feds promised new NAFTA would start in August, while trade experts say start date was being hurried by Trump by Neil Moss (feat. Brian Kingston), The Hill Times, May 6, 2020

Call for national COVID-19 contact tracing strategy amidst privacy concerns by Jonathan Muma and CityNews Staff (feat. Tom Keenan), City News, May 5, 2020

COVID-19: Re-Opening The Economy by Ed Hand (feat. Brian Kingston), Unpublished Café, May 5, 2020

Canadian Forces chopper crashed in full view of multiple witnesses, military confirms by Murray Brewster (feat. David Perry), CBC News, May 5, 2020

Japan’s Shinzo Abe says he’s missed goal to amend pacifist constitution by 2020 by Kyodo and Julian Ryall (feat. Stephen Nagy), South China Morning Post, May 4, 2020

China on the UN Human Rights Council raises concern (interview) by Marc Montgomery (feat. Colin Robertson), RCI, May 4, 2020

El Salvador wields heavy hand to contain murder rate by Jude Webber and Andres Schipani (feat. Robert Muggah), Financial Times, May 3, 2020

Conservative Senator has long supported a universal basic income for Canadians by Dan Archer (feat. Hugh Segal), Assiniboia Times, May 3, 2020

Slums are becoming a focal point of the Covid-19 outbreak by Jake Blumgart (feat. Robert Muggah), City Metric, April 30, 2020

Un mort et cinq disparus dans l’écrasement d’un hélicoptère canadien en Méditerranée (One dead and five missing in a Canadian helicopter crash in Mediterranean) par/by François Messier (avec./feat. David Perry), Radio-Canada, April 30, 2020

Report of 6 missing as Canadian military helicopter goes down in Mediterranean by the Canadian Press (feat. David Perry), City News, April 29, 2020

A Skeptic’s Guide to Democracy by Zachary Davis (feat. Heidi Tworek), Writ Large, April 29, 2020

Canada ready for June UN Security Council election despite not actively campaigning amid pandemic, says UN envoy by Neil Moss (feat. Jocelyn Coulon), The Hill Times, April 29, 2020

Nearly 10,000 businesses apply for wage subsidy in first hours, Trudeau says by Jordan Press (feat. Brian Kingston), The Star, April 27, 2020

Multilateralism suffering ‘collective breakdown,’ say Parliamentarians who are calling for increased gobal cooperation by Neil Moss (feat. Jocelyn Coulon), The Hill Times, April 27, 2020

Vietnamese woman sues Seoul for ‘wartime massacre’ by Julian Ryall (feat. Stephen Nagy), Deutsche Welle, April 27, 2020

The pandemic could end up changing everything – including the military by Murray Brewster (feat. Denis Thompson), CBC News, April 26, 2020

What we know about Kim Jong-un’s health by Thomson Reuters (feat. Marius Grinius), CBC News, April 26, 2020

Despite lofty goals, Canada’s greenhouse emissions aren’t improving by Tom Spears (feat. Monica Gattinger), Ottawa Citizen, April 25, 2020

Federal support for oil and gas not enough, says unemployed dad – CEC by Deborah Jaremko (feat. Kevin Birn), EnergyNow Media, April 24, 2020

Brazil’s justice minister resigns over ‘political interference’ by AFP (feat. Robert Muggah), France24, April 24, 2020

Negative oil price: Is the market telling producers to shut-in production? by Financial Post (feat. Kevin Birn), YouTube, April 22, 2020

Ontario and Quebec ask Ottawa to send in the military to help battle COVID-19 by Bruce Campion-Smith and Rob Ferguson (feat. Michael Day and Andrew Leslie), The Star, April 22, 2020

Visionary diplomat Allan Gotlieb was ‘a shrewd player of the power game’ by Andrew Cohen (feat. Daryl Copeland), The Globe and Mail, April 21, 2020

Les interrogations sur la santé de Kim Jong-un relancent le débat sur le futur du régime nord-coréen (Questions over Kim Jong Un’s health resume the debate on the future of the North Korean’s regime) par/by Yann Rousseau (avec/feat. Stephen Nagy), Les Echos, April 22, 2020

Varcoe: Oil price plunge to negative, tightening screws on Alberta producers and province by Chris Varcoe (feat. Kevin Brin), Calgary Herald, April 21, 2020

COVID-19 latest hurdle in Canada’s long road to buying new fighter jets by Lee Berthiaume (feat. David Perry), CBC News, April 21, 2020

Is North Korea’s Kim Jong-un ill? by ABC News (Australia) (feat. Stephen Nagy), YouTube, April 21, 2020

Canada’s internet infrastructure passing home-work test by Mario Toneguzzi (feat. Tom Keenan), Real Estate News Exchange, April 21, 2020

China withholding contact with imprisoned Canadians by Marc Montgomery (feat. Colin Robertson), RCI, April 21, 2020

Parliament Resumes In-Person Sittings One Day a Week, With Virtual Sessions on Two Days by Lee Harding (feat. Hugh Segal), Epoch Times, April 21, 2020

Kim Jong Un returns to spotlight as questions over North Korean leader’s fate arise by Jesse Johnson (feat. Stephen Nagy), The Japan Times, April 21, 2020

Trump’s coronavirus pronouncements have had little impact on Canadian response as few have been realized, say analysts, ‘most of what he threatens goes away, it doesn’t happen’ by Nelson Bennett (feat. Roy Norton and Brian Bow), Neil Moss, April 20, 2020

Negative oil price will mean more production cuts by Nelson Bennett (feat. Kevin Birn), Business in Vancouver, April 20, 2020

Fed protect Cdn companies from foreign takeover due to COVID-19 by Lee Berthiaume (feat. Brian Kingston), National Observer, April 20, 2020

Never mind Trump’s tweets. Keep an eye on his plan for re-opening the economy by Alexander Panetta (feat. Brian Kingston), CBC News, April 18, 2020

Coronavirus: Ottawa sending CAF nursing officers, medical technicians to Quebec nursing homes by Beatrice Britneff (feat. David Perry and Andrew Leslie), Global News, April 17, 2020

NATO plans to survive COVID-19/NATO plánuje, alo prežit’ COVID-19 (in Slovak) by Andrej Matišák (avec/feat. Stephen Saideman), Pravda, April 16, 2020

L’OMS, le G7 et Justin Trudeau/The WHO, the G7, and Justin Trudeau par/by Marc Godbout (avec/feat. Jocelyn Coulon), Radio-Canada, April 16, 2020

Whatcom-B.C. border traffic will remain slow with Canadian coronavirus quarantines by Dave Gallagher (feat. Laurie Trautman), The Bellingham Herald, April 15, 2020

COVID-19 : les limites de l’équipement d’évacuation du Canada/ COVID-19: The limits of Canada’s evacuation equipment par/by Marc Godbout (avec/feat. Jean-Christophe Boucher), Radio-Canada, April 15, 2020

The Return of the State by Tod Lindberg (feat. Barbara Martin), Commentary Magazine, April 15, 2020

China may have breached consular agreement by withholding access to detained Canadians since January by Neil Moss (feat. Patricia Fortier), The Hill Times, April 15, 2020

B.C. schools brace for foreign-student drought by Chuck Chiang (feat. Hugh Stephens), Business in Vancouver, April 14, 2020

Toronto grocery delivery platform supporting Canadian front-line workers by Veronica Appia (feat. Matthew Lombardi), The Star, April 14, 2020

OPEC deal to cut oil supply by 10% fails to light a fire under crude prices by Pete Evans (feat. Kevin Birn), CBC News, April 13, 2020

Military fight against COVID-19 will be anything but easy by Lee Berthiaume (feat. D. Michael Day and Andrew Leslie), National Observer, April 13, 2020

Global pact forged to drastically cut oil production to contain price crash by Sarah Rieger (feat. Kevin Birn), CBC News, April 12, 2020

ANALYSIS: Cloud lifted from GDLS Saudi deal, but future business uncertain: analyst by Norman de Bono (feat. David Perry), The London Free Press, April 10, 2020

The coronavirus scare brings fresh tension between Canada and the U.S. by David M. Shribman (feat. Stéfanie von Hlatky), LA Times, April 10, 2020

Exclusive: Inside Trump’s Failed Plan to Surveil the Canadian Border by Ben Klippenstein (feat. Stephen Saideman), The Nation, April 10, 2020

Canada Lifting a Freeze on Arms Exports to Saudi Arabia, Opposition Wants Big Deal Scrapped by Reuters (feat. Thomas Juneau), New York Times, April 9, 2020

Privacy concerns raised over province’s plan to enforce COVID-19 compliance by app by Bill Kaufmann (feat. Tom Keenan), Calgary Herald, April 8, 2020

‘The deeper the wound, the longer it takes to heal’: Trump’d threats undermine Canada-U.S. relationship, says former envoy by Neil Moss (feat. Colin Robertson), The Hill Times, April 8, 2020

Business groups applaud newly relaxed wage subsidy rules by Teresa Wright and Ross Marowitz (feat. Brian Kingston), CTV News, April 8, 2020

Volunteers, medical workers connecting through GroceryHero by Daniel Austin (feat. Matthew Lombardi), Calgary Sun, April 8, 2020

Shockproofing Canada: Why we need a Strategic Petroleum Reserve of our own by Geoffrey Morgan, Financial Post, April 8, 2020

Pandemic equipment snarls will rewrite Canada’s definition of national security needs, say experts by Murray Brewster (feat. David Perry and Elinor Sloan), CBC News, April 8, 2020

CANADA-CRUDE-Heavy discount edges wider as Canada producers eye cuts by Jeff Lewis (feat. Kevin Birn), Reuters, April 7, 2020

Los industrials también llaman a que AMLO encabece un Acuerdo Nacional para enfretar la crisis (The industrialists also call for AMLO to lead a National Agreement to face the crisis) par Redacción/by the Editorial Board (feat. Francisco Suarez Davila), Sin Embargo, April 5, 2020

In depth: Physical Distancing for refugees by CTV News Montreal (feat. Kyle Matthews), CTV News, April 5, 2020

Ottawa is handing out $2,000 cheques to out-of-work Canadians. Could a basic income be next? by Laurie Monsebraaten (feat. Hugh Segal), The Star, April 5, 2020

Canada’s oil-industry implosion could affect Enbridge’s Minnesota pipeline project by Mike Hughlett (feat. Kevin Birn), Star Tribune, April 5, 2020

Global News Contributor Matthew Fisher discusses why defence spending isn’t a priority with the Trudeau government, as it wasn’t with previous national government by Roy Green (feat. Matthew Fisher), The Roy Green Show, April 5, 2020

Here are 10 alternative ideas for what NASA could do with its Moon budget by Eric Berger (feat. Charity Weeden), Ars Technica, April 4, 2020

López Obrador a rejeté l’appel de Cárdenas pour un accord national pour Covid-19 (López Obrador rejected Cárdenas’s call for a national agreement on Covid-19) par/by Breaking News (feat. Francisco Suarez Davila), Breakingnews.fr, April 4, 2020

Ottawa recruits Canadian equipment makers in CA$2B COVID-19 battle by David Godkin (feat. David Perry), BioWorld, Apil 3, 2020

FBI redirects medical supplies to New York health-care staff after seizing shipment from Canada by Colin Freeze (feat. Michael Nesbitt), The Globe and Mail, April 2, 2020

La pandémie fera-t-elle taire les canons? (Will the pandemic lead to ceasefire) par/by Louise Leduc (feat. Jocelyn Coulon), La Presse, April 3, 2020

Canada, NATO allies discuss COVID-19 response in face of world security issues by Mike Blanchfield (feat. David Perry), National Post, April 2, 2020

Dole out funding for COVID-19 ads soon, say experts, as ethnic media outlets face cash crunch by Palak Mangat (feat. Andrew Griffith), The Hill Times, April 2, 2020

Varcoe: Alberta places $7B bet on Keystone XL by Chris Varcoe (feat. Dennis McConaghy), Calgary Herald, April 1, 2020

Food supply, emergency vehicle repair: keeping Canada-U.S. trade open key to fight against COVID-19 say stakeholders by Neil Moss and Mike Lapointe (feat. John Manley and Brian Kingston), The Hill Times, April 1, 2020

Coronavirus in the city: A Q&A on the catastrophe confronting the urban poor by Andrew Gully (feat. Robert Muggah), The New Humanitarian, April 1, 2020

Latin America’s Prisons Get Uglier with Coronavirus by Mac Margolis (feat. Robert Muggah), BNN Bloomberg, April 1, 2020

Alberta needs a lifeline, or expect bankruptcies by Larysa Harapyn (feat. Kevin Birn), Financial Post, March 31, 2020

Coronavirus in Brazil: “The greatest menace facing Brazil is the President Bolsonaro” by France 24 (feat. Robert Muggah), France 24, March 31, 2020

Roz & Mocha: Matthew Lombardi is Helping Deliver Food to Medical Professionals by The Roz & Mocha Show (feat. Matthew Lombardi), Kiss 92.5, March 31, 2020

Canadian Forces Prepare to Do Battle With CCP Virus by Lee Harding (feat. David Perry), The Epoch Times, March 31, 2020

Canada keeps up push for UN Security Council seat during COVID-19 crisis by Mike Blanchfield (feat. Colin Robertson), CBC News, March 29, 2020

Brazil’s gangs do what Bolsonaro won’t: enforce a lockdown by Andres Schipani and Bryan Harris (feat. Robert Muggah), Ozy, March 29, 2020

Good Samaritans help deliver food to medical professionals in Toronto by Chris Fox (feat. Matthew Lombardi), CTV News, March 29, 2020

Basic Income’s Lessons For Health Care’s ‘$1,007 Sandwich’ by Zi-Ann Lum (feat. Hugh Segal), HuffPost, March 28, 2020

Coronavirus: German embassy criticises Japan’s case figures as expats question Tokyo’s approach by Julian Ryall (feat. Stephen Nagy), South China Morning Post, March 28, 2020

Brian Kingston Discusses the Issues Businesses are Dealing with as a Result of COVID-19 by Andrea Sesum (feat. Brian Kingston), Canada’s Podcast, March 27, 2020

Canadian heavy oil collapses another 28% to under $5 as oilsands face shut-ins by Geoffrey Morgan (feat. Kevin Birn), The Kingston Whig Standard, March 27, 2020

Canadian Crude Is So Cheap It Costs More to Ship Than to Buy by Robert Tuttle (feat. Kevin Birn), Bloomberg, March 26, 2020

Behind North Korea’s New Missile Launches In The Midst Of Coronavirus Pandemic – Analysis by Santo D. Banerjee (feat. Stephen Nagy), In Depth News, March 26, 2020

How the pandemic could start inflaming wars around the world by Murray Brewster (feat. Ferry de Kerckhove and Marius Grinius), CBC News, March 27, 2020

Latin America: Local, Not Central, is Key to Reducing Crime and Violence by James Blake and Colin P. Clarke (feat. Robert Muggah), Just Security, March 27, 2020

COVID-19 requires a co-ordinated global response, experts say. But the world order is crumbling by Alex Ballingal (feat. Colin Robertson), The Star, March 26, 2020

Ottawa should trigger Emergencies Act amid COVID-19 crisis, says retired general and former Liberal Andrew Leslie by Peter Mazereeuw (feat. Andrew Leslie), The Hill Times, March 26, 2020

G20 to do ‘whatever it takes’ to combat coronavirus, says Trudeau by Levon Sevunts (feat. Colin Robertson), RCI, March 26, 2020

Kirsten Hillman officially named Canadian ambassador to the United States by Katie Simpson (feat. Meredith Lilly), CBC News, March 26, 2020

Global policy expert discusses G20 meeting on COVID-19 response by Peter van Dusen (feat. Colin Robertson), CPAC, March 26, 2020

China can play key role in G20 virtual summit on COVID-19 crisis: former Canadian officials by Christopher Guly (feat. Colin Robertson), Xinhua, March 26, 2020

Start date for new North American trade pact could be pushed back amid coronavirus pandemic, says NAFTA council member by Neil Moss (feat. Eric Miller), The Hill Times, March 25, 2020

Canada’s airlines and other major industries will need billions in bailouts to offset COVID-19 effects, say experts by Jacques Gallant (feat. Brian Kingston), The Star, March 25, 2020

Tokyo 2020 postponed as Japan’s Abe bows to pressure over virus by Gavin Blair (feat. Stephen Nagy), Al Jazeera, March 25, 2020

Coronavirus thrives in Latin America’s multilateral vacuum by Mac Margolis (feat. Robert Muggah), Buenos Aires Times, March 25, 2020

Cinq ans après, l’Arabie saoudite piégée dans le bourbier yéménite by AFP (feat. Thomas Juneau), Le Point International, March 25, 2020

Five years on, Saudi struggle to escape Yemen quagmire by AFP (feat. Thomas Juneau), RFI, March 25, 2020

Fleeing urban gangs, Central Americans seek safety closer to home by Christine Murray (feat. Robert Muggah), National Post, March 24, 2020

Comings and Goings: Summa, Earnscliffe to host webinars on GR work during COVID-19 by Marco Vigliotti (feat. Sarah Goldfeder), iPolitics, March 24, 2020

As Trump muses about easing COVID-19 restrictions, all eyes are on the border by Katie Simpson (feat. Colin Robertson), CBC News, March 23, 2020

Business groups, federal opposition parties push of increase to wage subsidies by Jolson Lim (feat. Brian Kingston), iPolitics, March 23, 2020

How Canada approved an Assad loyalist to serve the country’s terrorized Syrian refugees by Amanda Coletta (feat. Thomas Juneau and Ferry de Kerckhove), The Washington Post, March 23, 2020

How could closing the U.S.-Canada border for coronavirus impact on Whatcom’s economy? by David Rasbach (feat. Laurie Trautman), The Bellingham Herald, March 21, 2020

Global’s Matthew Fisher on the Military’s Role in Helping Deal with COVID-19 by Amanda Coletta and Gregory Scruggs (feat. Matthew Fisher), The News on CJOB, March 20, 2020

Americans, Canadians scramble to get home before border largely shuts down by Amanda Coletta and Gregory Scruggs (feat. Eric Miller), The Washington Post, March 20, 2020

Prepare for multiple waves of COVID-19 over 12 months: military chief to troops by Murray Brewster (feat. David Perry), CBC News, March 20, 2020

How the shutdown after 9/11 paved the way for the new Canada-U.S. border response to COVID-19 by Alexander Panetta (feat. Eric Miller), CBC News, March 20, 2020

Varcoe: Billions of dollars of spending cuts pile up from Canadian oil producers by Chris Varcoe (feat. Kevin Birn), Calgary Herald, March 20, 2020

Canadian Natural bosses take double-digit pay cut, as Alberta Readies aid by Geoffrey Morgan (feat. Kevin Birn), Ottawa Citizen, March 19, 2020

Trudeau says wartime production law could be used to boost manufacturing of medical equipment by Charlie Pinkerton (feat. David Perry), iPolitics, March 19, 2020

Can a Canadian still get home? What closing the U.S. border over COVID-19 means for you and your family by Alex McKeen, Ben Spurr, Nicholas Keung, and Jeremy Nuttall (feat. Brian Kingston), The Star, March 19, 2020

USA TODAY analysis: America’s coronavirus ‘curve’ may be at its most dangerous point by Kim Hjelmgaard and Jim Sergent (feat. Robert Muggah), USA TODAY, March 19, 2020

COVID-19: Border to close between B.C., Washington for non-essential travel by Jennifer Saltman (feat. Laurie Trautman), National Post, March 18, 2020

Two phone calls, one presidential tweet: How Canada and U.S. decided to close their border by Alex Boutiller (feat. Eric Miller), The Star, March 18, 2020

Oil plummets below break-even point for most Canadian producers – with more pain to come by Gabriel Friedman (feat. Kevin Birn), Ottawa Citizen, March 18, 2020

Confusion, uncertainty as officials announce U.S.-Canada border restrictions to slow coronavirus by Ron Judd (feat. Laurie Trautman), The Seattle Times, March 18, 2020

China, Cambodia Hold Joint Military Drills to Shrug Off Coronavirus Fears by Ralph Jennings (feat. Stephen Nagy), VOA News, March 18, 2020

Canada’s border officers need more support from government to fight coronavirus, union says by Stewart Bell (feat. Kelly Sundberg), Global News, March 17, 2020

COVID-19 is crushing the economy. Here’s how Ottawa might help you by Bruce Campion-Smith (feat. Brian Kingston), The Star, March 17, 2020

Foreign interference in Canadian elections by Danielle Smith (feat. David Perry), The Danielle Smith Show, March 16, 2020

Former special-forces commander named military’s sixth vice-chief in four years by Lee Berthiaume (feat. David Perry), CTV News, March 16, 2020

Send in the trolls: Canada braces for an online disinformation assault on COVID-19 by Murray Brewster (feat. David Perry), CBC News, March 14, 2020

This time is different: Why the coronavirus crash isn’t a repeat of 2008 – and might be worse by Victor Ferreira and Naomi Powell (feat. Brian Kingston), Financial Post, March 14, 2020

Canadian military bans international travel in response to COVID-19 by Murray Brewster (feat. David Perry), CBC News, March 13, 2020

Des avions russes de lutte anti-sous-marine Tu-142 en patrouille dans le golfe de Gascogne (Russian Tu-42 Anti-submarine fighters patrolling over the Bay of Biscay) Par/by Laurent Lagneau (avec/feat. Rob Huebert), Zone militaire, 12 mars/March 2020

U.S., NATO and Russia engage in cat-and-mouse game during Arctic training by Levon Sevunts (feat. Rob Huebert), Radio Canada International, March 11, 2020

EXCLUSIVE: Top Saudi intelligence official ‘chased’ to Canada by MBS by Dania Akkad (feat. Thomas Juneau), Middle East Eye, March 11, 2020

Japan builds new surveillance warship targeting Chinese, North Korean submarines by Julian Ryall (feat. Stephen Nagy), South China Morning Post, March 11, 2020

Canada’s economy is reeling from the one-two punch of coronavirus and the oil shock. Here’s how Ottawa can respond by Alex Ballingall (feat. Thomas Juneau), The Star, March 10, 2020

Biden vs. Sanders: Comparing the candidates on how their policies would affect Canada by Alexander Panetta (feat. Sarah Goldfeder), CBC News, March 10, 2020

‘Nothing’s ever hit us like this’: Cargo from China plummets as COVID-19 shakes supply chains by Naomi Powell (feat. Brian Kingston), Financial Post, March 10, 2020

North Dakota, Canadian oil producers at disadvantage when crude prices are low by Mike Hughlett (feat. Kevin Birn), Star Tribune, March 9, 2020

‘It’s a game of survivor’: Alberta energy industry braces as oil prices plunge as low as $32 by Bloomberg News (feat. Kevin Birn), Calgary Herald, March 9, 2020

Vet MPs say future of Afghanistan up to Afghan people, as fragile U.S.-Taliban peace deal in balance by Neil Moss (feat. Barbara Martin, Stephen Saideman, John Manley, and Denis Thompson), The Hill Times, March 9, 2020

Bonus – China’s President Xi Jinping is having the worst 2020 of any international leaders by Roy Green (feat. Matthew Fisher), Roy Green Show, March 8, 2020

Feds earmark $27M for COVID-19 Research by Catherine Cullen (feat. Brian Kingston @1:10:00), CBC, March 6, 2020

Canada Faces Growing Debate Over Energy Jobs, Climate Fight by James Munson (feat. Monica Gattinger), Bloomberg Environment, March 6, 2020

Why Japan is so keen to go ahead with hosting the Olympics Games, despite coronavirus threat by Julian Ryall (feat. Stephen Nagy), South China Morning Post, March 5, 2020

Redefining Free Speech for the Digital Age by Margaret Tucker (feat. Heidi Tworek), Slate, March 5, 2020

Next generation missiles could hold leaders hostages in times of conflict: top general by Murray Brewster (feat. Rob Huebert), CBC News, March 5, 2020

‘Prudent’ Suncor expects to spend next 6 years trying to secure approval of replacement oilsands mine by Geoffrey Morgan (feat. Kevin Birn), Financial Post, March 3, 2020

Is there an economic case for Frontier? by Nelson Bennett (feat. Kevin Birn), Business in Vancouver, March 3, 2020

Les positions pro-Al Assad de Waseem Ramli étaient bien connues by Émilie Bergeron (feat. Ferry de Kerckhove), TVA Nouvelles, March 3, 2020

North Korea’s 1st projectile firing of 2020 aimed at getting U.S. attention by Neil Moss (feat. John Weekes), The Hill Times, March 2, 2020

North Korea’s 1st projectile firing of 2020 aimed at getting U.S. attention by Tomoyuki Tachikawa (feat. Stephen Nagy), Kyodo News, March 2, 2020

USMCA update puts Canada in role of labour watchdog for Mexico by John Irwin (feat. Eric Miller), Automotive News Canada, March 2, 2020

What We’re Watching: House takes break as Wet’suwet’en dispute, coronavirus dominate political spotlight by Kady O’Malley (feat. Peter Donolo), iPolitics, March 1, 2020

Pushing fighter jet deadline raises questions on which jets can do the work: experts by Amada Connolly (feat. Dave Perry), Global News, February 29, 2020

Ottawa urged to resume ties with Tehran amid coronavirus outbreak by Campbell Clark (feat. Thomas Juneau), The Globe and Mail, February 27, 2020

Japan Puts China’s Aircraft Carriers in the Crosshairs With Hyper-Velocity Missiles by James Patterson (feat. Stephen Nagy), International Business Times, February 27, 2020

Canada’s terrorism offenders are coming out of prison still radicalized by Stewart Bell (feat. Michael Nesbitt), Global News, February 27, 2020

Is there a future for the oilsands after Frontier? The answer is complicated by Jesse Snyder (feat. Kevin Birn), National Post, February 27, 2020

American presidential election could define new U.S. envoy Aldona Wos’ time in Ottawa, say analysts by Neil Moss (feat. Roy Norton and Eric Miller), The Hill Times, February 26, 2020

Diplomats warned federal government about getting too tight with China, committee hears by Evan Dyer (feat. Philip Calvert), CBC News, February 26, 2020

Japan to upgrade new missile to target aircraft carriers, as it steps up East China Sea island defences by Julian Ryall (feat. Stephen_Nagy), South China Morning Post, February 26, 2020

Update 1 – Canada’s protracted fighter jet procurement race hits new delay by David Ljunggren (feat. David Perry), Reuters, February 25, 2020

Toronto man faces terrorism charge after allegedly killing woman on street with hammer by National Post Staff (feat. Michael Nesbitt), Regina Leader-Post, February 25, 2020

Throne speech, anti-protest bill kick off Legislature’s spring session by Tom Ross (feat. Kelly Sundberg), City News, February 25, 2020

From Norway to North America: Differing Views ON New Russian Weapon Systems by Hilde-Gunn Bye (feat. Rob Huebert), High North News, February 24, 2020

Blockades in Canada Halt Rail Service by Sara Lavenduski (feat. Brian Kingston), Advertising Specialty Institute, February 24, 2020

$1 billion and counting: Inside Canada's troubled efforts to build new warships by Murray Brewster (feat. Dave Perry), CBC News, February 25, 2020

When a virus is the cause, racism is often the symptom by Eric Rolfsen (feat. Heidi Tworek), UBC News, February 25, 2020

Era of big oilsands mines may be over as projects fizzle and prices middle by Kevin Orl Bloomberg and Robert Tuttle (feat. Kevin Birn), The Toronto Star, February 25, 2020

Macron: Nouvelle posture sur le nucléaire (Macron: a new position on nuclear deterrence) par/by Rachel Marsden (avec/feat. Benjamin Hautecouverture), AgoraVox, February 24, 2020

Canada Oil-Sands Plan Collapses Over Politics and Economics by Clifford Krauss (feat. Kevin Birn), The New York Times, February 24, 2020

Alberta offers to regulate oil sand emission cap, pending Frontier mine approval by Marieke Walsh (feat. Kevin Birn), The Globe and Mail, February 21, 2020

Vietnam Advancing Ties With Russia to Hedge Against China, US by Ralph Jennings (feat. Stephen Nagy), VOA News, February 21, 2020

Experts say blockades crisis is a lose-lose for Trudeau, but he needs to avoid more blunders by Charlie Pinkerton (feat. Peter Donolo), iPolitics, February 20, 2020

New defence procurement agency would be disruptive, costly by Chris Thatcher (feat. Gavin Liddy), Skies, February 20, 2020

Astroscale: Space Sweepers of Orbital Debris by Ana Guzman (feat. Charity Weeden), Ideaxme, February 19, 2020

Pas assez de femmes dans l’Armée canadienne : faiblesse critique, disait l’ONU / Not enough women in the Canadian Army: critical weakness, UN said par/by Stéphane Parent (avec/feat. Stéfanie von Hlatky), RCI, February 19, 2020

The longer and deeper the COVID-19 crisis, the harder it will be to bounce back by Don Pittis (feat. Brian Kingston), CBC News, February 18, 2020

How slower economic growth could put pressure on the federal Liberals by Vassy Kapelo (feat. Brian Kingston), CBC News, February 16, 2020

‘Punishment’ or procedure? Pessimism lingers over efforts to lift China’s canola ban by Janyce McGregor (feat. Meredith Lilly), CBC News, February 14, 2020

Via Rail cancels trains nationwide by Vassy Kapelos (feat. Brian Kingston), Power & Politics, February 13, 2020

Canadians support using force to protect allies, maintain world order: report by Levon Sevunts (feat. Rob Huebert), RCI, February 12, 2020

Trudeau urged to scramble for African business and trade opportunities by Mike Blanchfield and Mia Rabson (feat. Brian Kingston), The Canadian Press, February 11, 2020

Canada’s military wants Ottawa to ban Huawei from 5G by Robert Fife and Steven Chase (feat. John Turnbull), The Globe and Mail, February 10, 2020

Canada applying stiff-upper-lip in post Brexit transition twilight zone by Leo Ryan (feat. Brian Kingston), American Journal of Transportation, February 10, 2020

The Trump Effect: How the U.S. president may be reshaping attitudes toward NATO by Murray Brewster (feat. Steve Saideman and Stéfanie von Hlatky), CBC News, February 10, 2020

Emmanuel Macron exhorte les Européens à “dialogue stratégique” sur la dissuasion nucléaire by AFP (feat. Benjamin Hautecouverture), Nice-matin, February 8, 2020

Canada’s military training mission in Iraq remains in limbo by Bruce Campion-Smith (feat. Thomas Juneau), Toronto Star, February 7, 2020

Dissuasion nucléaire: “Macron va un peu plus loin dans l’affirmation d’une dimension européene” by Invité France (feat. Benjamin Hautecouverture), Rfi, February 7, 2020

Canada’s front-line frigates have suffered 10 fire and smoke incidents since 2018 by Murray Brewster (feat. Rob Huebert), CBC News, February 7, 2020

Trudeau busca en África votos para Canadá en el Consejo de Seguridad by Our Correspondent (feat. Colin Roberton), EFE, February 7, 2020

Danish Firm keen to set up wind turbine factory by Our Correspondent (feat. Rolf Homboe), The Express Tribune, February 7, 2020

A conversation about Canada’s energy and climate future by Brian Rivard (feat. Dennis McConaghy), Ivey, February 5, 2020

Canada Unprepared for Military Aggression Via Arctic, Say Defence Experts by Rahul Vaidyanath (feat. James Fergusson and Rob Huebert), The Epoch Times, February 5, 2020

Saudi Arabia makes $665M payment on Canadian LAV contract by Levon Sevunts (feat. David Perry), Radio Canada International, February 3, 2020

Canadian governments give Huawei millions in funding while debate rages over its 5G role by Tom Blackwell (feat. Hugh Stephens), National Post, February 3, 2020

Canada eyes Southeast Asia to shore up export markets by Chuck Chiang (feat. Hugh Stephens), Business Vancouver, February 3, 2020

Trade deals are not saving Canadian exporters from ‘death by a thousand regulations’ – abroad and at home by Naomi Powell (feat. Meredith Lilly), The Province, February 3, 2020

Canada not rushing to post-Brexit deal with Britain, as business says keep calm by Mike Blanchfield (feat. Brian Kingston), The Star, January 31, 2020

Varcoe: Beyond politics, Teck’s oilsands hinges on partners, pipelines – and prices by Chris Varcoe (feat. Kevin Birn), Calgary Herald, January 31, 2020

Senior officer warns Norad can’t detect Russian bombers in time, needs upgrades by Neil Moss (feat. James Fergusson), The Canadian Press, January 29, 2020

Don’t go down the ‘rabbit hole’ in Trade Committee’s study of new NAFTA implementation bill, warn trade experts by Neil Moss (feat. Brian Kingston and Eric Miller), The Hill Times, January 29, 2020

Varcoe: Opposition to Trans Mountain project grows as shovels in ground by Chris Varcoe (feat. Monica Gattinger), The Calgary Herald, January 29, 2020

Trump unveils Middle East peace plan by Diplomatic Community (feat. Ferry de Kerckhove), CTV News, January 28, 2020

Here’s how robots could repair or dispose of broken satellites in orbit by Loren Grush (feat. Charity Weeden), The Verge, January 28, 2020

Online claims that Chinese scientists stole coronavirus from Winnipeg lab have ‘no factual basis’ by Karen Pauls, Jeff Yates (feat. Heidi Tworek), CBC News, January 27, 2020

Analysis: Why Ottawa”s LRT is a lesson in how not to manage a major environmental project by Tom Spears (feat. Monica Gattinger), Ottawa Citizen, January 27, 2020

‘Unprecedented’ Supreme Court decision on Trans Mountain should be message for Quebec: Kenney by Geoffrey Morgan (feat. Dennis McConaghy), Financial Post, January 27, 2020

Siège au Conseil de sécurité: optimisme prudent du Canada grâce à l’Afrique? by Stéphane Parent (feat. Colin Robertson), RCI, January 27, 2020

Les radars et les milliards dont Ottawa ne veut pas parler by Marc Godbout (feat. James Fergusson), ICI Radio Canada, January 27, 2020

Un Sénat devenu une boîte à surprise? by Manon Cornellier (feat. Hugh Segal), Le Devoir, January 25, 2020

China, other ‘autocrats’ no fans of Canada’s UN Security Council bid: expert by Mike Blanchfield (feat. Colin Robertson), National Post, January 24, 2020

Conflict over fertile lands threatens Nigeria’s food security by Andres Schipani (feat. Robert Muggah), Financial Times, January 23, 2020

Bumpy ride ahead on the bandwagon: why Canadian foreign policy lacks direction by Sakhi Naimpoor (feat. Randolph Mank), The Hill Times, January 21, 2020

Beijing think tank cancels global conference amid Canadian boycott by Nicholas Keung (feat. Andrew Griffith), The Toronto Star, January 21, 2020

Indonesia Fights Growing Pressure from China to Let it Use Disputed Waters by Ralph Jennings (feat. Stephen Nagy), VOA News, January 21, 2020

Here are the feds’ ship-building contracts and how they could help bolster Arctic sovereignty by Rachel Emmanuel (feat. Elinor Sloan and Dick Fadden), iPolitics, January 20, 2020

Experts to tackle 3 perspectives of surveillance at C4ISR and Beyond by Marcello Sukhedo (feat. D. Michael Day), Vanguard, January 20, 2020

Defence expert slams Ottawa for ignoring North Warning System upgrade by Jim Bell (feat. James Fergusson), Nunatsiaq News, January 20, 2020

Nucléaire: l’Iran va-t-il relancer son programme militaire? by Romain Rosso (feat. Benjamin Hautecouverture), L’Express, January 20, 2020

Arctique : diviser pour mieux régner by Mark Fischetti (feat. Rob Huebert), Pour la science, January 20, 2020

Canada-China relations will need a ‘reset’ after Huawei case: China expert by The Street (feat. Amy Karam), BNN Bloomberg, January 20, 2020

Former diplomats and experts at odds over potential Canadian re-engagement with Tehran by Neil Moss (feat. Colin Robertson), The Hill Times, January 20, 2020

Ainda não acabou: veja como conflito EUA x Irã pode continuar no digital by Rodrigo Trindade (feat. Robert Muggah), UOL, January 18, 2020

A Mayor In Norway’s Arctic Looks To China To Reinvent His Frontier Town by Jackie Norman (feat. Adam Lajeunesse), NPR, January 18, 2020

Eight years after, Canada’s move to close Iranian embassy still controversial by CBC Radio (feat. Barbara Martin), The House, January 18, 2020

Varcoe: Three oil pipeline projects inch toward goal-line for Canada by Chris Varcoe (feat. Dennis McConaghy and Kevin Birn), Calgary Herald, January 17, 2020

Congress just passed the USMCA. Now it’s Canada’s turn by Marielle Segarra (feat. Colin Robertson and Eric Miller), Marketplace, January 17, 2020

The entire Russian government resigns as Putin makes a power grab by Isabelle Richer (feat. Andrew Rasiulis), The Danielle Smith Show, January 17, 2020

L’Iran, l’enquête sur l’écrasement du vol PS752 et la diplomatie internationale by Isabelle Richer (feat. Ferry de Kerckhove), 24/60, January 16, 2020

#55 – Canada Gets Kicked in the Teeth by Jane Gerson and Sandy Garossino (feat. Hugh Segal and Steve Saideman), Oppo, January 16, 2020

Trudeau Foreign Policy Scrutiny by John Gormley (feat. Colin Robertson), John Gormley Show, January 16, 2020

In the Middle East, assigning blame is a political act – often a futile one by Aaron Wherry (feat. Thomas Juneau and Steve Saideman), CBC News, January 15, 2020

Ramp up of KXL construction ‘unequivocally good news’: Former TransCanada VP by BNN Bloomberg (feat. Denis McConaghy), BNN Bloomberg, January 15, 2020

Low-level Iranian officials likely scapegoats for downing of Ukrainian plane, experts say by Mark Gollom and Ashley Burke (feat. Thomas Juneau), CBC, January 15, 2020

The Latest on Iran by Libby Znaimer (feat. David Carment), Fight Back with Libby Znaimer, Zoomer Radio, January 15, 2020

Trudeau set right tone in the days after Flight 752 downing, say foreign policy experts by Neil Moss (feat. Colin Robertson and Jocelyn Coulon), The Hill Times, January 15, 2020

In the Middle East, assigning blame is a political act — often a futile one by Aaron Wherry (feat. Thomas Juneau and Stephen Saideman), CBC, January 15, 2020

Cold Blast Means Lower Prices for Canadian Oil-Sands Producers by Robert Tuttle (feat. Kevin Birn), Bloomberg, January 14, 2020

Harper says change needed in Iran to bring peace to region by Kathleen Harris (feat. Thomas Juneau), CBC, January 14, 2020

As Australia burns, a plan for a joint seaborne firefighting unit is getting a second look by Murray Brewster (feat. David Perry), CBC News, January 14, 2020

Justin Trudeau peine à hisser le Canada sur la scène internationale by Hélène Jouan (feat. Jocelyn Coulon), Le Monde, January 14, 2020

MH17 investigation a blueprint for Canada after 57 Canadians killed aboard Ukrainian flight in Iran, say former diplomats by Neil Moss, Aidan Chamandy (feat. Barbara Martin, Glenn Davidson, and Steve Saideman), The Hill Times, January 13, 2020

Iran plane crash: What’s next for Canada? by Global Calgary (feat. Rob Huebert), Global News, January 12, 2020

The U.S.-China trade deal is bad for Canada – and we can’t do a thing about it by Barrie McKenna (feat. John Weekes), The Globe and Mail, January 12, 2020

Canada’s response to Iran crash a “180-degree shift” from Air India disaster, experts say by Kathleen Harris (feat. Andrew Griffith), CBC News, January 11, 2020

Why Trump’s call for an expanded NATO presence in the Middle East will be a hard sell by Murray Brewster (feat. Steve Saideman and Stefanie von Hlatky), CBC News, January 11, 2020

Rapatrier les restes des victimes canadiennes du vol 752 s’annonce plus ardu by Stéphane Parent (feat. Thomas Juneau), RCI Net, January 10, 2020

An Iranian missile likely brought down a Ukrainian plane. Here’s how it could have happened by Andrew Russell (feat. Dave Perry), Global News, January 9, 2020

Canada fights for access to crash investigation by Suhana Meharchand (feat. Colin Robertson), CBC, January 10, 2020

Iran crash investigation: evidence missile downed jet by Sonia Sunger (feat. Matthew Fisher), Global News, January 10, 2020

Ukraine Aircraft Reportedly Shot Down by John Gormley (feat. Andrew P. Rasiulis), The John Gormley Show, January 10, 2020

What an unusual right turn after takeoff says about Flight PS752 by Lee Berthiaume and Jordan Press (feat. Dave Perry and Mike Day), The Canadian Press, January 9, 2020

Accident or ‘act of war?’ Trudeau pressed on next steps for Canada, Iran after crash by Amanda Connolly (feat. Colin Robertson), Global News, January 9, 2020

2020: A World Divided by The Agenda With Steve Paikin (feat. Matthew Fisher), TVO, January 9, 2020

Trump réagit avec mesure à la riposte iranienne by Guillaume Lepag (feat. Ferry de Kerckhove), Le Devoir, January 9, 2020

Trudeau says evidence indicates Iranian missile brought down Ukraine flight by Catharine Tunney (feat. Thomas Juneau), CBC News, January 9, 2020

Will we get sucked into a war? Key questions for Canada as the U.S. and Iran spar by Alex Ballingall (feat. Thomas Juneau), The Toronto Star, January 8, 2020

Repatriating Canadian air crash victims will be hampered by a lack of diplomatic ties with Iran, expert say by Kathleen Harris (feat. Thomas Juneau), CBC News, January 8, 2020

Mixed reaction to U.S.-Iran tensions from Iranian-Canadians in Calgary by Christa Dao (feat. Rob Huebert), Global News, January 8, 2020

Iran attack underscores need for new air defences: Canadian Army by Lee Berthiaume (feat. David Perry), National Post, January 8, 2020

Quem é o Brasil na fila da primeira ciberguerra mundial? by Yasodara Córdova (feat. Robert Muggah), UOL, January 8, 2020

An Optimistic Take? Iran’s Missile Launch Could Result In Tensions Easing Between Two Nations by Chris Walker (feat. Thomas Juneau), Hill Reporter, January 8, 2020

Temporary suspension of Canada-led NATO training mission ‘wise’ say experts, as NDP calls for troops to go home by Palak Mangat, Neil Moss, and Aidan Chamandy (feat. Colin Robertson), The Hill Times, January 8, 2020

Escalating Tensions between USA & Iran by James Gormley (feat. Colin Robertson), CJME/CKOM, January 8, 2020

U.S. Killing of Qassem Soleimani by Steve Murphy (feat. Glenn Davidson), CTV Atlantic, January 7, 2020

L’Iran attaque deux bases americaines (@1:02:00) by Anne-Marie Dussault (feat. Thomas Juneau), 24/60, January 7, 2020

Canada pauses military operations in Iraq amid Iran-U.S. crisis by Levon Sevunts (feat. Matthew Fisher), RCI, January 7, 2020

Soleimani’s Death Sparks Renewed Calls for Canada to designate Iran’s Revolutionary Guard a Terrorist Entity by Lee Harding (feat. Denis Thompson), The Epoch Times, January 7, 2020

Soleimani killing: Japan sticks to warship deployment, as Shinzo Abe calls for diplomacy by Julian Ryall (feat. Stephen Nagy), South China Morning Post, January 7, 2020

Champagne says Canada committed to its Iraq operations despite Iran’s vow to avenge Soleimani killing by Steven Chase and Michelle Carbert (feat. Colin Robertson), The Globe & Mail, January 6, 2020

Temporary suspension of Canada-led NATO training mission ‘wise,’ say experts, as NDP calls for troops to come home by Palak Mangat, Neil Moss, and Aidan Chamandy (feat. Colin Robertson), The Hill Times, January 6, 2020

Trump’s Soleimani killing the latest blow to allies’ trust in United States: experts by Amanda Conolly (feat. Colin Robertson and Steve Saideman), Global News, January 6, 2020

More volatility expected as oil markets wait for next 'shoes to drop' by Tony Seskus (feat. Kevin Birn), CBC, January 6, 2020

Canadian Soldiers are in Iraq, but their mission is uncertain amid Iran-US conflict by Mack Lamoureux (feat. Thomas Juneau), Vice, January 6, 2020

L’accord sur le nucléaire iranien est un « zombie » by Pierre Alonso (feat. Benjamin Hautecouverture), Libération, January 6, 2020

Nucléaire iranien: un accord froisse, mais pas déchiré by Pierre Alonso (feat. Benjamin Hautecouverture), Libération, January 6, 2020

As Iran Vows Revenge over Air Strike, Saudi Arabia Says US Didn’t ‘Consult’ Kingdom Before Attack by AFP (feat. Thomas Juneau), NEWS18, January 5, 2020

Beef up SAR to keep the North secure, experts argue by Katie Toth (feat. Rob Huebert), CBC News, January 5, 2020

NATO to debate Iraq mission led by Canadian officer by Daniel Leblanc (feat. Thomas Juneau), The Globe and Mail, January 5, 2020

The West Block – Episode 18, Season 9 by Mercedes Stephenson (feat. Matthew Fisher), Global News, January 5, 2020

‘Exercise a high degree of cautions’: Canada updates Middle East travel advisories by Emerald Bensadoun (feat. Matthew Fisher), Global News, January 4, 2020

Tout peut arriver au pays de Trump by Guillaume Lepage and Magdaline Boutros (feat. Frederick Gagnon), Le Devoir, January 4, 2020

Soleimani killing has made Canadians ‘vulnerable’ to attacks from Iran: Fisher by Kerri Breen (feat. Matthew Fisher), Global News, January 4, 2020

Federal government tells Canadians to consider leaving Iraq by Kerri Breen (feat. Matthew Fisher), Global News, January 3, 2020

Malaysia Stands by Claim to Increase South China Sea Territory by Tyler Dawson (feat. Stephen Nagy), BenarNews, January 3, 2020

Qassem Soleimani: How the U.S. tracked and killed one of Iran’s most feared men by Tyler Dawson (feat. Thomas Juneau), The Community Press, January 3, 2020

The US braces for retaliation after the killing of Iran’s top general (@ 24:15) by Scott Thompson (feat. Matthew Fisher), Scott Thompson Show, January 3, 2020

Ferry de Kerckhove on the assassination of Iran’s Qassem Suleimani by Scott Thompson (feat. Ferry de Kerckhove), Scott Thompson Show, January 3, 2020

The U.S. has killed a top Iranian general by Ryan Jespersen (feat. Colin Robertson), Ryan Jespersen Show, January 3, 2020

Japan SDF mission in focus after U.S. assassination of top Iranian Gen. Qassem Soleimani by Jesse Johnson (feat. Stephen Nagy), The Japan Times, January 3, 2020

Killing of Qassem Soleimani could endanger Canadian troops in Middle-East, experts say by Andrew Russell (feat. Thomas Juneau), Global News, January 3, 2020

Iran vows revenge after U.S. strike by Danielle Smith (feat. Ferry de Kerckhove), The Danielle Smith Show, January 3, 2020

Marine shipping rules will pose a challenge in 2020: IHS Markit by BNN Bloomberg (feat. Kevin Birn), BNN Bloomberg, January 3, 2020

In bid for UN Security Council seat, Canada’s position on reform could be a barrier: analyst by David Akin (feat. Colin Robertson), Global News, January 3, 2020

Oil ban a “bitter pill” that should end in 2020, Kenney says by Joseph Warner (feat. Kevin Birn), The Media Times, January 2, 2020

Can new federal unit address Canada’s ‘inconsistent track record’ in terrorism prosecutions? by Douglas Qan (feat. Michael Nesbitt), National Post, January 2, 2020

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