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21.12.2023 Christopher Black

I had intended to write about the Canadian government’s embarrassment over the revelation that the two “Michaels,” the two Canadians arrested in China several years ago for espionage, after Canada illegally detained Huawei chief financial officer, Meng Wanzhou in Vancouver on President Trump’s orders, were actually spies after all, despite Canada’s denials which are still maintained.  The revelation of the truth of that situation is contained in court documents that became public after one of the spies sued the government for getting him involved with a government intelligence agent…

06.12.2023 Boris Kushhov

The emancipation of women and the promotion of gender equality have emerged as major concerns in bilateral and multilateral discussions that Mongolia participates in, as well as in the joint statements made by Mongolian representatives with their counterparts from other countries. Therefore, these subjects were discussed five times on the nation’s primary news portal, Montsame.mn, in the span of just two days…

01.12.2023 Taut Bataut

Canada’s education sector has become a focal point of debate due to the influx of international students. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government has introduced new measures to address concerns that the surge in foreign students is exacerbating issues such as housing shortages and labor market pressures. While these concerns are valid, it is essential to examine the situation from a comprehensive perspective. Immigration Minister Marc Miller unveiled a framework to elevate standards for services, support, and outcomes for international students in Canadian universities and colleges…

06.10.2023 Christopher Black

In 1954, Lord Russell of Liverpool, the Deputy Judge Advocate-General of the British Army of the Rhine, and legal adviser in the Nuremberg and Tokyo Trials wrote his famous book, “The Scourge of the Swastika, A Short History of Nazi War Crimes”.  The British government tried to stop its publication, but failed, and it became a bestseller. It needs to be read again apparently, since we have witnessed some days ago the Canadian parliament, the seat of democracy of a nation…

01.10.2023 Vladimir Terehov

In the second half of September, a relatively minor – at least in terms of international developments – and seemingly already forgotten incident which occurred three months ago in Canada rather unexpectedly took on global political significance. However, it had already cast a certain shadow on Canada’s relations with India. We are talking about the murder of a Sikh community leader in Surrey, British Columbia, which was committed on June 18 by two as-yet unknown persons in the parking lot in front of the local Sikh temple. Representatives of the Sikh community, consisting mostly of immigrants…

29.09.2023 Fernando Gaillardo

Canada has expelled a top Indian intelligence official, accusing him of involvement in the murder of a Canadian citizen of Indian-origin, Hardeep Singh Nijjar, who was an activist with the Sikh separatist movement Sikhs for Justice. In response to Canada’s actions, India then halted the issue of visas to Canadian citizens, and, as a reciprocal measure, expelled a senior diplomat from New Delhi. These developments occurred just two weeks after the G20 summit in the Indian capital. Ottawa had claimed that it has credible evidence that agents of the Indian government were involved in the incident. Naturally, no one has provided any specific proof, nor are they likely to…

04.12.2017 Vladimir Terehov

Among the most noticeable events that took place on the sidelines of the latest APEC summit (Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation, held on November 10-11 of this year in the Vietnamese city of Da Nang, activities that attracted the greatest interest were at the Ministerial level, and...