Lawyer argues that defendant Evgeny Pavlov didn’t have the authority to make key decision on controversial contract in Azerbaijan
Sep 05, 2017
The shell company, known as Multiserv Overseas, appears as a subcontractor on Bombardier’s internal bid books for the 2013 contract
Aug 31, 2017
Bombardier employee Evgeny Pavlov pleaded innocent in a case that alleges collusion with officials in Azerbaijan
Aug 29, 2017
World Bank auditors suspect executives at the Canadian aerospace giant employed collusion and bribery to win a $340-million (U.S.) contract in Azerbaijan
Aug 25, 2017
’He should be as well known as Schindler’: Documents reveal Canadian citizen Julius Kuhl as Holocaust hero
He lived for decades in relative anonymity in Toronto, where he ran a construction company. But documents shared with The Globe show that Julius Kuhl – who died in 1985 – should have been one of Canada’s most celebrated citizens, a hero of the Holocaust who saved hundreds, perhaps thousands, of lives.
Aug 07, 2017
Russia's President Vladimir Putin finds himself robbed of a tried-and-true scapegoat for his country's ills – which U.S. sanctions may soon make worse
Jul 29, 2017
Bombardier is one of the partners behind a $200-million project to make locomotives in Russia. The others? A Kremlin-controlled bank on Canada’s sanctions list and a company run by one of Vladimir Putin’s political cronies
Jul 29, 2017
Are various factions taking advantage of an America too distracted by domestic turmoil to act as policeman to the oil-rich region?
Jun 09, 2017
Group to audit railways unit to determine whether bribery or collusion was involved in consortium’s contract win in Azerbaijan
Jun 09, 2017
Trump’s willingness to abruptly break U.S. policies, Mark MacKinnon writes
Jun 06, 2017
Mark MacKinnon is currently based in London, where he is The Globe and Mail's Senior International Correspondent. In that posting he has reported on the Syrian refugee crisis, the rise of Islamic State, the war in eastern Ukraine and Scotland's independence referendum.
Mark recently spent five years as the newspaper's Beijing correspondent. There he won accolades for his investigations into the garment industry in Asia - as well as the Canadian-listed companies Sino-Forest and Silvercorp - and for his reporting from the 2011 tsunami and nuclear disaster in Japan.
Mark has also been posted to the Middle East and Moscow for The Globe and Mail. He has covered the arrival of Canada's troops in Afghanistan, the 2003 U.S. invasion of Iraq, Russia's war in Chechnya, the Orange Revolution in Ukraine and the 2006 Israel-Hezbollah conflict.
A four-time National Newspaper Award winner, Mark is also the author of The New Cold War: Revolutions, Rigged Elections and Pipeline Politics - which was published in 2007 by Random House - and The China Diaries, an e-book of his train travels through the Middle Kingdom along with photographer John Lehmann.
He has interviewed many world leaders, including former Israeli president Shimon Peres, Jordan's King Abdullah II and Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi.