On the 100th anniversary of World War I, we again see our leaders playing with matches.
Perspectives of peace advocates, other civil society groups, and women were dismissed at the time and continue to be under-represented in mainstream histories.
One hundred years after the start of the First World War, the world’s strongest military alliance is responding to hostilities in Ukraine by bunkering down in Europe.
A new report released by Canada’s Veterans Ombudsman, Guy Parent, claims that of the country’s 1,911 most severely wounded ex-soldiers, nearly half do not receive a government impairment allowance to compensate them for their physical and mental injuries and the resulting loss of earnings.
A new report by Amnesty International documents the inability of Afghan civilians to obtain justice for family members killed in attacks by NATO forces. “None of the cases that we looked into – involving more than 140 civilian deaths – were prosecuted by the US military. Evidence of possible war crimes and unlawful killings has […]
Watch: Rideau Institute President Peggy Mason appeared on CTV News live on Tuesday, August 11 2014 to discuss the conflict in Iraq.