The Conservatives are courting the minority vote while dismantling aid for immigrants.
His areas of expertise include corporate law, governance and social responsibility, international business, trade and public law, constitutional law, and human rights law and policy. He has taught in these areas at law schools across Canada and is presently a full Professor of law at the University of Ottawa.
He has been a Project Leader for conflict resolution, governance and justice projects in China, Thailand, Indonesia, Brazil, El Salvador, Sri Lanka, and India. He has lectured and given media commentaries in his areas of expertise across Canada and the world, and has lectured on these topics in the United States, Europe, Asia, and Latin America.
He is the author, co-author, or editor of six books in his area of expertise and is working on his seventh, *The Court of Last Resort; Peace and Justice at the International Criminal Court*, to be published next year.
Born in Kenya, East Africa, he obtained his Bachelor of Law from the University of Exeter, England, where he ranked first in his graduating class. He later obtained his Master of Laws from the University of Illinois in the United States. He became a Barrister and Solicitor in Ontario, Canada in 1986.
First in Tunisia, and now in Egypt, authoritarian rulers have made unprecedented efforts to silence calls for freedom.
To use our soldiers as political props and deny their requests for reasonable compensation is an affront to the very values they’ve been fighting for abroad.
The Conservatives’ upcoming $1.8-billion cuts have not slowed government spending on prisons and fighter planes. So which programs will be cut, and which Canadians will pay the price?
The long-form census controversy holds important lessons for both federal public servants and their political masters.
From turned-away Tamils to the Ground Zero mosque controversy, our world is becoming increasingly intolerant. To fix it, we need to reject the politics of fear.
The secret files on Afghanistan exposed dishonesty even among allies, and the paradox of modern warfare and insurgency.
The Conservative government continues to flout Court rulings regarding Omar Khadr.
The Speaker made the right call in approving the deal to allow a small group of MPs to review documents relating to the transfer of Afghan detainees.
The Liberals should talk to Canadians about the dangers of petty, partisan politics.