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Ties that bind at home and abroad

Ties that bind at home and abroad

| April 4, 2015 | 0 Comments

There is more to Belgium than chocolate, beer and diamonds, the country’s new ambassador to Canada, Raoul Delcorde, reminds us.

New Zealand rescues a storied grape

New Zealand rescues a storied grape

| April 4, 2015 | 0 Comments

Over the last 40 years, New Zealand has done something amazing in the world of wine. It has redefined a

Cuba’s cuisine: tasty and diverse

Cuba’s cuisine: tasty and diverse

| April 4, 2015 | 0 Comments

Last winter, my husband and I flew to Cuba, the Caribbean’s largest country. Located on the northern margins of the

An Iran-born Armenian-American in Turkey

An Iran-born Armenian-American in Turkey

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Meline Toumani is a young Iranian-born Armenian who grew up in New Jersey and began her writing career as an

Poland’s resurgence

Poland’s resurgence

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“In the resigned faces of the people of Tarnopol, I felt a tragic knowledge I could not quite understand, but

Canada and the birth of NATO

Canada and the birth of NATO

On April 4, 1949, Canada and 11 other countries signed the North Atlantic Treaty in Washington, D.C., to form the

Country by country

Country by country

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Press freedom worldwide has seen some significant declines in the past year. While there were some good news stories —

Drastic decline

Drastic decline

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The Reporters Without Borders World Press Freedom Index ranks the performance of 180 countries according to a range of criteria

From autocracy to awakening?

From autocracy to awakening?

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The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region has captured the world’s attention in the 21st Century. The Arab Spring

10  dangerous men

10 dangerous men

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What is terrorism? James D. Kiras, an American expert on asymmetrical warfare, describes the term as a “complex phenomenon open