Fareed Zakaria

Should We Treat the Globe and Mail as a Cheating Student?

Johannes Wheeldon, Ph.D | Posted 11.24.2012 | Canada
Johannes Wheeldon, Ph.D

In a remarkable reply to the detailed allegations against Margaret Wente for repeated plagiarism, the Globe and Mail has shown itself to be unequal to the tasks associated with running a national newspaper. In short, basic journalistic integrity at the Globe is dead. So what might be done?

Pakistan and India: A Tale of Two Children

Hina P. Ansari | Posted 12.24.2011 | Canada
Hina P. Ansari

It's classic Bollywood: mother gives up two sons, one becomes a cop/top industrialist, the other ends up embracing the life of crime as a gangster/con man. So here we have two nations, India and Pakistan born in 1947: one finds their way into enviable success, while the other struggles in the deep waters of corruption.

Munk Debates: The Clues Are in the Shoes!

Stephen LeDrew | Posted 08.19.2011 | Canada
Stephen LeDrew

The truth of the debate was that many are afraid the 21st century might see China dominating the world. But enough of the debate and on to the important matter -- the shoes. They tell it all!

China Won't Be Next Superpower, Kissinger Says At Debate

Canadian Press | Paola Loriggio | Posted 08.18.2011 | Canada

THE CANADIAN PRESS -- Though rapidly gaining influence on the world stage, China will be far too preoccupied with "enormous problems internally" in th...