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  • Tunisia - dictators take noteYvonne Ridley
    January 19, 2011

    He might still be living in the lap of luxury, but make no mistake Tunisia's former President Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali and his family are prisoners.

  • Tonight we are all TunisiansYvonne Ridley
    January 15, 2011

    (January 14) Over the last few days we have seen some of the bravest people facing down some of the worst.

  • Accessing only government approved websitesScott Stockdale
    January 13, 2011

    In what may turn out to be a double-edged sword, the White House is hoping to come up with a comprehensive strategy to better protect people in cyberspace and is asking the public for help, according to the Obama administration's draft plan for cyberspace security.

  • Alexandria's bombingDr. Mohamed Elmasry
    January 13, 2011

    (Cairo) The bombing near a church in Alexandria on New Year's Eve, local time, was sad news, which affected me personally. First, I was in the area 72 hours before the bombing touring the city with my family from Canada; remembering the summer days I used to spend at its beaches when I was a teenager. Secondly, I was born and raised in Cairo's district of Shubra (was in the news following the bombing) where the highest concentration of Christian Copts live.

  • Haiti: Why nothing gets betterEleanor Grant
    January 13, 2011

    "Since 2004, the new colonists have painted the face of us who are Haitian with the mud of humiliation." - Jean-Bertrand Aristide, year-end letter to the Haitian people, Dec. 21 from exile in South Africa. The hearts of the world opened to Haiti a year ago this week, in the wake of the vast destruction and death and injury caused by the devastating earthquake. But today we are bewildered and angry to see that the rubble still isn't being removed and thousands are still living in crowded camps with only thin tarps over them and no possessions or basic safety.

  • The Globe and Mail, a saga of recklessness and lack of accountability Dr. Anthony J. Hall
    January 13, 2011

    In its December 17 missive entitled, "The Archetypal Outsider," the editorial board of The Globe and Mail added yet another establishment voice to the condemnation of WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange. The authors asked what happens when Assange "acts recklessly?" They continue, "To whom is he accountable?" OK. But this second question begs another question. To whom are the publishers of The Globe and Mail and its owners, Bell Canada Enterprises and Woodbridge Inc. accountable? Does The Globe and Mail ever recklessly use its extraordinary power to decide what to place on the public record of national discourse and what to keep out?

  • Canada in Iraq, Operation Silent PartnerReuel S. Amdur
    January 13, 2011

    A few years ago, I pointed out to Richard Sanders, the coordinator of the Coalition to End the Arms Trade (COAT) that Canada was actively engaged in the illegal war in Iraq.

  • The Liberals and the Afghan missionThe Canadian Charger
    January 13, 2011

    Well Canadians certainly got that one wrong. With the Liberals calling for extending the Afghan mission-just for training purposes, mind you-we thought that would give the Tories the present of running in the next election as the peace party.

  • Radicalization of the American Muslim communityProfessor Lawrence Davidson
    January 13, 2011

    It is just about certain that the new Republican House will hold hearings on the "radicalization of the American Muslim Community." The hearings will be called by Peter King, the Republican representative for New York's 3rd district, who is now the Chairman of the Homeland Security Committee.

  • To my brothers and sisters, the CoptsDr. Ibrahim Al-Mohandes
    January 12, 2011

    All Egyptians, Muslims and Christian Copts have condemned the horrible act of violence in Alexandria. As an Egyptian I feel sympathetic to the victims of this attack, Muslims and Christians. But we Egyptians must learn the lesson of Lebanon.

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