It’s a cold December day in Calgary – “very nice weather for making soap,” says Abdulfatah Sabouni, the owner of Aleppo Savon. The fourth-generation soap maker spent a quarter-century in business in Syria,
Bessma Momani is a professor at the Balsillie School of International Affairs at the University of Waterloo. She is also a senior fellow at the Centre for International Governance Innovation. As Canadians
It is sad testament to how desperate the humanitarian crisis has become in Yemen that a partial truce affecting one city, and which depends on the good faith of two warring factions backed by antagonistic
Julian Sher is an investigative writer from Montreal who trains journalists in the Middle East and around the world. For Lina Chawaf, the news of the latest killings of her colleagues came just last week.
Robert Rotberg is the founding director of the Harvard Kennedy School’s Program on Intrastate Conflict, a former senior fellow at CIGI and president emeritus of the World Peace Foundation. Oman works.
Daoud Kuttab is a former Ferris professor of journalism at Princeton University and the head of the press freedom committee within the board of the International Press Institute. The London-based daily
As we celebrate Canada Day, the surveys once again confirm the blessings of living in this land. Canada is the most inclusive and tolerant country in the world (Ipsos), the second best place in the world
Kaleem Hawa is a Canadian Rhodes scholar and PhD candidate at Oxford University. This is an adaptation from a speech Mr. Hawa gave at the Oxford Union, the university’s speech and debate society. I awoke
The latest Israel will look into the shooting of a Canadian-Palestinian doctor along the Gaza border, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Thursday, while rebuffing calls from his Canadian counterpart
Daoud Kuttab is an award-winning Palestinian journalist and author of Sesame Street, Palestine. Hope is important. A lack of hope and an absence of a future are often the main factors that weaken people’s