Journalism Matters: F&O’s fresh sheet, from Newfoundland to Israel

Commentary: Broad alliances trump Trump for Israeli security, by Jonathan Manthorpe  Column Israel lives in a hostile neighbourhood, and has always had trouble making and keeping trustworthy friends. Nothing’s Happening, by Jim McNiven   Column There’s an old saying around the stock

Pins are out for the Trump balloon

JONATHAN MANTHORPE: International Affairs January 20, 2017 Even as the inaugural party hangovers still throb in Washington, leaders in other capitals are dreaming up ways to discover what kind of blow-hard Donald Trump is. He has given them plenty to work with

Canada’s dark time might be closer than you think

TOM REGAN: SUMMONING ORENDA November 19, 2016 After the election of 2015, Canadians probably thought they were safe from the kind of racism and bigotry that has gripped the United States after the election of Donald Trump. After all, the Stephen Harper-led

Trump victory rattles Asia

JONATHAN MANTHORPE: International Affairs November 19, 2016 Public displays of anxiety are frowned on in Japanese culture, and are especially unacceptable in political leaders. Even more anathema to the spirit of “Bushido” – the chivalric code of the samurai warrior – is