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On this 75th anniversary of the Bretton Woods conference, it’s worth asking: can — or should — the evolve for a twenty-first century economy? 's James A. Haley:
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OpenCanada Jul 20
and in Canada are not the only targets of Chinese harassment, writes . China is surveilling and threatening Uighurs in the US and, according to a report, the monitoring and harassment of both is taking place globally.
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Raphael Tsavkko Garcia Jul 19
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OpenCanada Jul 19
Last week, UN ambassadors from 22 states, including Canada, co-signed a letter condemning China’s treatment of the Uighur people and other minorities. explains the back story on China's actions and the Canadian connections:
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OpenCanada Jul 19
Data governance is already happening, it’s just being done behind closed doors in the interest of a small minority of people, writes .
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IWHC Jul 18
IWHC's spoke to about the "heartbreaking" impact of Trump's Read more ⬇️⬇️
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OpenCanada Jul 18
"US foreign policy is once again reversing progress on worldwide, with organizations and the women they serve bearing the brunt of these deadly policies":
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OpenCanada Jul 17
While the 'global gag rule' has been implemented by every Republican president since Ronald Reagan, Donald Trump has expanded it to unprecedented levels. Here's how that has impacted health programs worldwide:
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OpenCanada Jul 17
Since China’s COSCO Shipping took over, Port of Piraeus has turned into a competitive force. “Greece is still anchored to the EU…but its affection for China is growing." Where does this leave if there's a US-China cold war? :
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Urooba Jamal Jul 16
My latest for : about how U.S. is once again reversing progress on rights worldwide — with organizations and the women they serve, bearing the brunt of these deadly policies.
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OpenCanada Jul 16
The debate deepens around whether the US can be considered a safe country for refugee claimants. Our backgrounder by on the Third Safe Country Agreement and the recent arguments against it:
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OpenCanada Jul 16
This century offers two radically different possibilities: a future of exclusion and scarcity or one of sustainable abundance and global equality. The left’s task is to realize the second and fight tooth and nail against the first:
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OpenCanada Jul 16
ICYMI: Headlines following the summit described the development in the US-China trade war as a "truce." That word is an overstatement, explained 's :
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OpenCanada Jul 15
In The , has an investigation into the lives of tens of thousands of underage girls in Bangladesh who have been trafficked into sex work. " is an enormously lucrative business," she writes:
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Jolson Lim Jul 15
Asked about President Trump’s racist comments on four congresswomen over the weekend, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says it’s clear where he stands: “That’s not how we do things in Canada. A Canadian is a Canadian is a Canadian.”
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simon black Jul 12
"A laudable recent example is a grassroot effort inside the labour movement aimed at turning the Canadian Labour Congress firmly against the Saudi deal." on Imagining a new foreign policy for Canada’s left
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OpenCanada Jul 15
. has called Donald Trump's Tweets telling US Congresswomen to "go back" to their countries "completely unacceptable." Will follow suit? has been asking Trudeau to break his silence on the issue since 2017:
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OpenCanada Jul 15
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OpenCanada Jul 15
In what ways is contemporary state law in Canada minimizing or excluding Indigenous legal orders and, with them, solutions to environmental challenges? :
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