Gen. Abdul Raziq’s own guards could not protect him from being gunned down in broad daylight by the Taliban inside the governor’s heavily protected compound.
There are political and domestic economic reasons for Canada to get its hands dirty in an ongoing UN mission.
None of five overseas missions they’re currently committed to or deployed on has a clear-cut or attainable goal.
The Canadian Armed Forces recently loosened limits on beards, citing the need to improve morale and attract more recruits.
The idea that Canada’s military sacrifice in U.S.-led missions brings Canada benefits in other parts of the relationship rings hollow, NAFTA talks show.
Not just because costly ceremonies raise taxpayers’ eyebrows—they can also celebrate misplaced victory, as in the case of Canada’s Libya mission.
The life of the founder of Afghanistan’s militant Haqqani network says a lot about the messy distinction between those perceived to be fighting for good and bad.
Training more Iraqis to kill in the name of a corrupt regime is insane.