Timothy Oostendarp

Canadians Go to the Polls: What’s Next for Canada?

Canada’s new speech bills are cudgels of intolerance.

The president lays out his concerns over the coronavirus economic lockdown and begins to set the battle array to reboot the national economy.

Here is what you can do right now.

Could covid-19 be a novel breed of a deadly Franken-gene?

Canada’s prime minister channels funds away from the auditor general and prevents scrutiny of his administration.

Eighteen years after Bush v. Gore, the American election system is once again under attack.

There is a cause that most people ignore.

The barbaric Islamic State regime marauding through Syria and Iraq has gained the Vatican’s full attention.

Are Russia and China really interested in a multipolar world?

Waging war from 50,000 feet by remote control is cleaner—but does it make us safer?

The power of a “word fitly spoken”

America isn’t the only nation seeking to contain Iran. But there is a danger in thinking that mutual mistrust would make a solid foundation for a dependable alliance.

China shatters a satellite—and a lot more.

In a nation accustomed to totalitarianism, America has tried to install democracy. Indications are the experiment isn’t working, and the old ways could come roaring back. We’re not talking about Iraq.