Canada can, and must, do more to help Kovrig and Spavor
While there is the added American dimension to the Canadian problem, all countries fully understand it is well within the authority of the Canadian government to find a solution.
Michael Kovrig, left, and Michael Spavor, right, have now been imprisoned by Chinese authorities for more than 940 days. Unfortunately, writes Gar Pardy, there is less an effort to limit those days of imprisonment than there is in any effort to limit the rhythm of the sun. Photographs courtesy of Twitter and the International Crisis Group