As Canada reckons with its colonial violence at home, it’s time to topple another myth: its self-image as a blue-helmeted peacekeeper abroad. Our latest investigation reveals Canada has been building a network of global military bases, as part of a shift toward fighting U.S-led counterinsurgency wars throughout the Global South.
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