In the early 1970s, Canada envisioned a Trans-Canada Computer Communications Network free from US control.
The confusing sovereignty paradox behind the UK's Article 50 ruling.
A proposed satellite network will keep an eye on the Arctic.
It makes David Cameron's claims to care about Britain's sovereignty seem a bit hollow.
Media magnate and brash sovereigntist Pierre-Karl Péladeau resigned abruptly on Monday, say he's leaving politics for the well-being of his kids.
Gitmo is one of the few places in the world that are under the rule of law but still not really anyone's property, making it both a weird legal outlier and a unique asset.
These negotiations are the international community's attempt to retain Libya as some sort of viable state. Meanwhile, a power vacuum has allowed people-smugglers and Islamist militants to gain an edge in the chaos.
As the Canadian campaign has worn on the crowds have thinned and the rhetoric has thickened for the Bloc Quebecois, a separatist party that was virtually wiped out in the last federal election.
A bureaucratic, science-based clusterfuck.
Critics of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro have decried the revival of the territorial claim as a farce that is meant to distract Venezuelans from their country’s economic crisis.
Australian Defence Force personnel will today begin a training exercise with the United States and the Philippines in the contested waters of the South China Sea.