Andrew Mitrovica

Andrew Mitrovica is an award-winning investigative reporter and journalism instructor. He writes for a variety of Canadian news organisations and publications, including The Globe and Mail, where he was a member of the national newspaper's investigative unit.

Jeremy Corbyn

Corbyn was right in 2003, and he is right again today

Britain's taste for 'bombing sorties' and 'regime changes' is feeding an interminable cycle of reciprocal violence.

Donald Trump

The US' never-ending days of reckoning

The US is facing yet another 'day of reckoning', but Trump will survive any so-called 'test' to his presidency.

Donald Trump

Comey's sacking will not be the end of President Trump

It's daffy to expect Trump to be impeached simply because he fired a cop – whatever the timing and cynical motivations.

Donald Trump

One hundred days of Trump

World War III has not broken out yet, but there are 1300 more days to go.

Syria's Civil War

America's addiction to war

War brings supposedly disparate parts of the US together to rally around the flag, yellow ribbons and even Donald Trump.

Donald Trump

The deep state now works for the 'good guys'

US progressives are clinging on to false heroes like the FBI and CIA in their existential battle to dethrone Trump.

Privacy & Surveillance

The futility of secrets in the age of technology

The latest CIA leak proves that state actors no longer get to decide who can be privy to information stamped 'secret'.


Warning: Canada is not what you think it is

If you assume Canada is a welcoming haven from the bile and divisiveness in the age of Trump, you may be mistaken.


Canada was first to try to muzzle scientists and fail

Facts and science might be in danger but judging by the Canadian experience, there will be many who will resist.

US & Canada

America was a 'stan' long before Trump

Paul Krugman et al conveniently forget that corruption, cronyism and contempt for the rule of law long predated Trump.


Another incurable, ugly disease: Far-right populism

The year 2016 has been scarred by a persistent contagion - the resurgence of far-right populism.


Mainstream media fashioned post-truth, not Trump

If Trump has engineered a "post-truth" world, he didn't do this alone or first - he had help from the media.