Syrian refugee process bungled by Trudeau

Syrian refugee process bungled by Trudeau

New details emerged this week revealing the chaos surrounding Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s 2015 pledge to bring in 25,000 Syrian refugees on a fast-tracked timeline. As reported exclusively in the Sun, an internal

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HUMIRE: As Venezuela Inches Toward Syria-Style War, U.S. Weapons Are Not the Answer

HUMIRE: As Venezuela Inches Toward Syria-Style War, U.S. Weapons Are Not the Answer

For months the protests in Venezuela have been escalating and, last week, The Miami Herald revealed an audio recording suggesting that military snipers could be used against the Venezuelan protesters. The implications

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Sobre las últimas movidas políticas

Sobre las últimas movidas políticas

Bombas en Siria y en la política peruana En esta semana, una secuencia ya habitual de torpeza gestual, incontinencia verbal y aparente poca disciplina en el gabinete —por alucinados afanes democristianos, evidentemen

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Now’s not the time to cut corners in screening refugees

Now’s not the time to cut corners in screening refugees

The Immigration and Refugee Board (IRB) is doubling down on its decision to bypass an important step in the determination process for landed asylum seekers in Canada. An exclusive story in the Sun papers revealed how th

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Siria en Latinoamérica

Siria en Latinoamérica

Una amenaza muy seria a la seguridad democrática regional En medio del desastre causado por la falta de prevención ante la recurrencia del fenómeno de El Niño, una amenaza mayor se cierne sobre el Perú y toda la re

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‘Staggering number’ of jihadists in Europe

‘Staggering number’ of jihadists in Europe

There are a “staggering number” of jihadist terrorists in Europe. This comes from a new report by Europe’s border patrol agency, Frontex, which details just how out of control the migrant crisis has become. Frontex

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Arab Spring’s hope gave way to disaster

Arab Spring’s hope gave way to disaster

Five years ago, pro-democracy protesters took to the streets in cities across the Middle East, in a movement that came to be called the Arab Spring. Authoritarian dictatorships in Tunisia, Egypt, Libya and Syria were sud

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From Crisis to Response: Assessing Canada’s Fast-Track Refugee Policy

From Crisis to Response: Assessing Canada’s Fast-Track Refugee Policy

March 2016 • Issue 1 Canada’s policy to admit 25,000 Syrian refugees by February 29, 2016, and another 25,000 by December 31, 2016, has been the cause of both fanfare and contention. While Prime Minister Jus

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