Trump and Trudeau’s foreign policy, how do they line up?

January 18, 2017 Jake Beaumont 0

Donald Trump and Justin Trudeau are two entirely different leaders.  One is a nationalist and the other a globalist.  One is extremely progressive and the other a populist.  Certainly the differences in domestic and global policy are very noticeable, and it will be interesting to see how the disparities will […]

After Aleppo: the state of Syria

January 17, 2017 Jake Beaumont 0

Written by Vijay Prashad: Taken from CounterPunch The Syrian Arab Army now controls Aleppo, which means that the Syrian government once more is in charge of the main population centres in the country. Opposition armed forces are hemmed in around Damascus and in Idlib, while the Islamic State (IS) still […]

Hamas Glorifies Killing of Innocents

January 14, 2017 Jake Beaumont 0

Hamas, the political party that governs the Gaza Strip has recently praised the terrorist in his inhumane attack on innocent civilians, where 4 soldiers were killed (3 of them female) and 13 wounded. (On a side note, why does Twitter leave the Hamas account running, where they use it as a […]

Why aren’t the Gulf States taking in Syrian Refugees?

December 21, 2016 Jake Beaumont 0

Amnesty International has recently released a report on the Syrian refugee conflict that highlights how little the Gulf States have done to aid the Syrian refugees in one of the most tragic humanitarian crises of our time. According to the report, “Gulf countries including Qatar, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, […]

By funding Saudi Arabia, Canada is funding Terrorism

December 21, 2016 Jake Beaumont 0

It is long time for Canada to re-evaluate their relations with Saudi Arabia. A few months back Trudeau recently green-lighted a $15 billion dollar arms deal with Saudi Arabia, making Canada the second largest arms exporter to the Middle-East behind the United States.  Moreover, we import billions of dollars worth […]