A word of caution for Justin Trudeau at the UN

Once we break it, we’ve bought it, argues Evan Solomon

The Return: Searching for a father in Libya

Hisham Matar learns of his father’s fate, and the fate of Libya, in this effective personal chronicle

An Islamic State paradise

How the West helped turn Libya into a new terrorist hot spot on the shores of the Mediterranean

Libya is on the brink of civil war, again

In the wake of the NATO bombings that ousted Gadhafi, a new divisive force emerges


Canada considers re-engaging in Libya

The United States, Italy, Britain, and Turkey have agreed to train thousands of Libyan troops to counter the instability caused by the numerous and often opposing militias that remain powerful there more than two years after the overthrow of former dictator Moammar Gadhafi.

Libya: ‘There is no easy way out’

Held up as one of the success stories of the Arab Spring, Libya has taken a turn to chaos

Will the House of Commons be recalled to vote on Syria?

The PMO says it’s premature to discuss

Ice cream shops return to liberated Libya

Getting their just desserts

Criticism of Chuck Hagel on Israel is empty and misguided

Michael Petrou on Obama’s nominee for secretary of defence

And the winner is … Elizabeth May

Elizabeth May is her own leader, as Aaron Wherry reports

So much for the Arab spring

So much for the Arab Spring

Fraught with dangerous, unstable local politics. A spark can set the region aflame.


Stephen Harper on Libya, Iran, the Arab Spring, the economy and the budget

The Prime Minister talks to a certain news channel.