Foreign Policy

Soldiers conduct firing simulations with Leopard 2A4 tanks at CFB Valcartier in Quebec City, Que., on Nov. 22, 2017. DND photograph by Aviator Stéphanie Labossière
Soldiers sign a mural designed and painted by Sergeant Veronique Fradette at Ali Al Salem Air Base in Kuwait during Operation Impact on March 8, 2022. DND photograph by Corporal Eric Greico
China's more belligerent style under Xi Jinping, left, accounts for the speed at which a counter-balancing alliance took shape in the region, writes Gwynne Dyer, but the equal and opposite reaction to this enterprise was the 2022 announcement of a ‘no limits’ partnership by Xi and Russian President Vladimir Putin. Photographs courtesy of Wikimedia Commons
Foreign Minister Mélanie Joly is getting a new chief of staff and with that fresh start comes a golden opportunity to turn the page on our ineffective and ultimately costly foreign policy framework, writes Bhagwant Sandhu. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
U.S. President Joe Biden, left, Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau attend the North American Leaders’ Summit in Mexico City, Mexico, on Jan. 10. Photograph courtesy of Flickr/Eneas De Troya