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  • El Salvador under assaultReuel S. Amdur
    September 15, 2010

    El Salvador encounters major obstacles in promoting safe development for its population in the face of rapacious corporations, narco-crime, and wide-spread poverty. Let's start with the issue of safety.

  • Electoral politics from a moral high groundJaved Akbar
    April 7, 2011

    Elections in the recent past have failed to garner much excitement among the general public, particularly the young voters. But there is much at stake at the coming elections. The Harper government's domestic to foreign policies read like the Bush Doctrine.

  • Electoral reform: A Trudeau's promise not keptThe Canadian Charger
    June 11, 2019

    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau promised Canadians electoral reform while campaigning in the 2015 election that brought him to power; but that promise is now frozen in another time, as it has long-since been abandoned by the Trudeau government.

  • Electricity from organic wasteBob Burtt
    October 28, 2009

    There is something exciting happening at landfill sites across Canada, where

  • Elites will make Gazans of us allChris Hedges
    November 21, 2012

    Palestinian men carry an injured woman out of a destroyed house after an Israeli airstrike, in Gaza City, November 18, 2012. (Photo: Wissam Nassar / The New York Times)Gaza is a window on our coming dystopia. The growing divide between the world's elite and its miserable masses of humanity is maintained through spiraling violence. Many impoverished regions of the world, which have fallen off the economic cliff, are beginning to resemble Gaza, where 1.6 million Palestinians live in the planet's largest internment camp. These sacrifice zones, filled with seas of pitifully poor people trapped in squalid slums or mud-walled villages, are increasingly hemmed in by electronic fences, monitored by surveillance cameras and drones and surrounded by border guards or military units that shoot to kill. These nightmarish dystopias extend from sub-Saharan Africa to Pakistan to China. They are places where targeted assassinations are carried out, where brutal military assaults are pressed against peoples left defenseless, without an army, navy or air force. All attempts at resistance, however ineffective, are met with the indiscriminate slaughter that characterizes modern industrial warfare.

  • Elmasry among the 500 Most Influential Muslims in the WorldThe Canadian Charger
    November 25, 2009

    Those close to Dr. Mohamed Elmasry, founding member of the Canadian Charger's editorial board and professor emeritus of computer engineering at the University of Waterloo, have often heard him say that he wants to do more than earn a living: He wants to make a difference.

  • Elmasry's 'More and Less': A Roadmap to Health and Happiness? Dr. Mohamed Elmasry
    March 31, 2017

    At age 73, I have rededicated myself to taking the best care I can of my body, mind and soul. Here is my personal “more and less” list. Perhaps many ideas here resonate with your life too.

  • Empires then and nowPaul Craig Roberts
    April 19, 2012

    Great empires, such as the Roman and British, were extractive. The empires succeeded because the value of the resources and wealth extracted from conquered lands exceeded the value of conquest and governance. The reason Rome did not extend its empire east into Germany was not the military prowess of Germanic tribes but Rome's calculation that the cost of conquest exceeded the value of extractable resources.

  • Encountering the Canadian Island of Anne Shirley Dr. Mohamed Elmasry
    October 20, 2018

    "You don't want me!" cried the child, dropping her worn-out suitcase. "You don't want me because I'm not a boy! I might have expected it! Nobody ever did want me. Oh, what shall I do? This is the most tragical thing that ever happened to me! I'm going to burst into tears."

  • End Gaza's three year siege, says UNRWA Reuel S. Amdur
    April 28, 2010

    The European Union and the United States have not put enough pressure on Israel to end the siege of Gaza. That is the viewpoint of Filippo Grandi, Commissioner-General of UNRWA (the United Nations Relief and Works Agency) for Palestinian Refugees, as expressed in an interview with Juan Miguel Muños, appearing in the Spanish newspaper El País.

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