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On the possibility of an al-Qaeda attack in Canada: ‘I think we’re very vulnerable’

On the possibility of an al-Qaeda attack in Canada: ‘I think we’re very vulnerable’

| April 3, 2018 | 0 Comments

Martin Rudner is a distinguished research professor emeritus from Carleton University. He spent his career working in the field of

Malaysia: Making a house a temporary home

Malaysia: Making a house a temporary home

| April 3, 2018 | 0 Comments

A guest book, along with official photos and other trappings of a diplomatic residence, are all there. But there are

Marrying wine with food from non-wine cultures

Marrying wine with food from non-wine cultures

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As their palates develop and knowledge grows, wine drinkers aren’t always content to drink the same wine with whatever they

Putin’s predictable election

Putin’s predictable election

| April 3, 2018 | 0 Comments

At press time in early March, it appeared that victory by Russian President Vladimir Putin in this spring’s election was

Envoy’s Album – Spring 2018

Envoy’s Album – Spring 2018

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Egypt’s ancient foods endure

Egypt’s ancient foods endure

| April 3, 2018 | 0 Comments

Since the beginning of civilization, a major influence on Egypt’s food history has been the River Nile. Archeologists have revealed

Canada and India: Where to now?

Canada and India: Where to now?

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s much-discussed state visit to India in February was seen as an opportunity for a major reset

The ravaged refugees who flee

The ravaged refugees who flee

| April 3, 2018 | 0 Comments

In August 2014, ISIS militants ordered Yazidi villagers from Kocho — a rural farming community in northern Iraq — to

Greatest refugee crisis since the Second World War

Greatest refugee crisis since the Second World War

Last November, Allan Rock visited northern Uganda in the areas adjacent to the South Sudanese border, where refugees fleeing the

New Arrivals – Spring 2018

New Arrivals – Spring 2018

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New Arrivals Natasha Smith High Commissioner for Australia High Commissioner Smith is a senior career diplomat with the Australian Department