This article focuses on the recent reports of a humanitarian abuses in the Xinjiang region of China, involving Uighur Muslims and the relationship this has to human conscience and freedom.
With the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi in Saudi Arabia's consulate in Turkey, this article examines the ethical issues that go along with dealing arms internationally and what the ethical ramifications are.
In Canada, a Supreme Court decision impinges on Indigenous and First Nations' rights to treaties and environmental decisions.
A Canadian Premier's move to override a court decision with a rarely-used Charter clause has grabbed international attention -- because it questions the rule of law.
The Australian off-shore detention camp on Nauru continues to hold children indefinitely, at great risk to their mental health.
The genocide of the Rohingya people in Myanmar was greatly influenced by Facebook.
Three years after the Syrian refugee crisis, Sweden still hasn't worked out the best system for resettlement.
Ontario's basic income pilot had proved successful -- so why cancel it?
Canada's indigenous people and marginalized people across the world are at a disadvantage for receiving the clean water that arguably should be their right.
When Trevor Noah called France's World Cup win an African victory, he incited a response from the French Ambassador. Ultimately, the debate leads to important questions of hyphenated identities and colorblindness.