Aung San Suu Kyi


The seven-decade journey from Auschwitz to justice for the Rohingya

The world’s ’never again’ vow on genocide became a cliché of broken promises. But a recent decision at the International Court of Justice could be a turning point

In Myanmar, Aung San Suu Kyi has failed. But then, so have we.

Opinion: As Myanmar’s military commits genocide against the Rohingya, Canada strips a fallen icon of her honorary citizenship—a tumble from grace that we helped create

Canada has recognized the Rohingya genocide. Now what should come next?

Opinion: In the wake of a UN report detailing atrocities against the Rohingya by Myanmar’s authorities, here are the ways Canada can step up in their defence
Life in Kutupalong refugee camp

Bob Rae’s report on the Rohingya falls frustratingly short

Alberta MP Garnett Genuis on the special envoy’s delayed report and how it fails to put forth tough, necessary measures to stop a genocide

Justin Trudeau’s UN motto: don’t make trouble, wear silly socks

In New York this week, Trudeau aimed to get on the good side of just about everyone who has turned the UN into a scandalously useless hulk

Why Canada should revoke Aung San Suu Kyi’s honorary citizenship

A new petition calls on Ottawa to reverse a decision to make Suu Kyi an honorary Canadian. There is now ample evidence she doesn’t deserve this rare honour.

Aung San Suu Kyi’s fall

Once revered as a human rights icon, Burmese leader faces criticism for her crass politicking
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A sliver of hope for Burma

Prosperity and a free press come to the new democracy, though poverty is still the norm

Michelle Yeoh’s secret mission to play Aung San Suu Kyi

Filming in secrecy in Bangkok included hundreds of Burmese refugees in crowd scenes—and no one even posted a photo
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Burma’s transition away from military rule continues

Elections sweep Aung San Suu Kyi into parliament