The Legion’s pro-war style of Remembrance Day lessons violates the necessary separation of military and public education.
Kelly Jarman works in Seoul where he teaches business English and standardized tests.
Canadians’ lack of knowledge about, and simultaneous blind trust of, the military indicates that the media’s coverage of it is flawed.
The responsibility for the crash ultimately rests with the military, which decided to prioritize its own image over public safety.
Sanctions punish all Koreans, are unwanted by both the North and South governments, and stand in the way of peace.