The visual evidence from Aleppo, and the misery of millions of displaced Syrian refugees (half of whom are children) seems to have hardened the heart of the international community.
Dec 03, 2016
Women in politics face vitriolic sexism so often, it feels par for the course. It shouldn’t
Nov 25, 2016
It’s all so complicated when you’re one of the children running the monster-tentacled business empire of your not entirely transparent father
Nov 18, 2016
He was the patron saint of envy, the grocer of despair, and he was the only thing I wanted to hear
Nov 11, 2016
The free world is looking a little shabby in the wake of the U.S. election. Unless, of course, you’re one of the men, still smack in the centre of power.
Nov 09, 2016
Police spying on journalists in Quebec was in many ways a twisted validation of the important work they do on behalf of the public
Nov 04, 2016
Florida’s Hillsborough County is a microcosm of diversity and a near-perfect bellwether of presidential elections. As The Globe discovers, it’s also emblematic of an America where politics is now anything but usual
Nov 04, 2016
The historic victory in a win for the Democrats may be drowned out in a campaign that is riddled with bitterness, acrimony and sexism
Oct 31, 2016
In an exclusive interview, Elizabeth Renzetti discovers why Bruce Springsteen just might
Oct 21, 2016
The remark – and his entire campaign – would be laughable, if only a sizable proportion of the electorate didn’t want Donald Trump in the Oval Office
Oct 20, 2016
Elizabeth Renzetti has worked at The Globe and Mail as a columnist, reporter, and editor of the Books and Review sections. From 2003 to 2012, she was a member of the Globe's London-based European bureau. Her Saturday column is published on page A2 of the news section, and her features appear regularly in Focus.