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  • Deconstructing the Foundational Myths of IsraelJay Moore
    December 11, 2011

    By this time already, after 60-plus years of heatedly arguing the topic back and forth, is there anything new and insightful to be said that might have a bearing on the Israel-Palestine conflict and help to bring some political and intellectual closure at long last -- at least for those who have an open mind?

  • Extradite Dominique Strauss-Kahn Jayne Lyn Stahl
    May 25, 2011

    If the authorities in New York decide to try International Monetary Fund chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn on charges of alleged attempted rape, sodomy, and false imprisonment of a 32-year-old French maid at the five star Hotel Sofitel, the French government should insist Strauss-Khan be extradited to France to face charges.

  • What is Canada really doing in Haiti?Jean Saint-Vil
    August 26, 2009

    The "Ottawa Initiative on Haiti": Humanist Peacekeeping or racist imperialism?

  • To Canada's GG, daughter of HaitiJean Saint-Vil
    January 21, 2010

    Onè Governor General Michaelle Jean: This is an urgent plea to you, as Governor General of Canada, daughter of Haiti, once a citizen of France who is married to well-known and respected French intellectual filmmaker Jean-Daniel Lafond.

  • Germany, leader in renewable energyJennifer Taylor, Valerie Kitchell and Julia Balabanowicz
    October 22, 2009

    Enacted in 2000, Germany's Renewable Energy Sources Act (EEG) is

  • Why the Town of Markham is so concerned about Israeli Apartheid WeekJenny Peto
    April 7, 2011

    The battle over Israeli Apartheid Week (IAW) has reached "the 905" as the Town of Markham, a suburb just north of Toronto, has decided to take its own swing at IAW. Councillor Howard Shore introduced a motion calling on the Town of Markham to ban IAW and to pressure York University to do the same. The motion was first debated in March 2011 and will be brought to council again on April 11, 2011. [1]

  • The Qatar problemJeremy Shapiro
    October 25, 2014

    On the face of it, Qatar has been one of the United States' most valuable allies in the Middle East over the last decade. Qatar hosts a large U.S. Air Force base in the Persian Gulf and has often provided political and financial support for U.S. initiatives in the Middle East. Indeed, Washington has often encouraged Qatari activism to legitimize U.S. diplomacy, including its political support at the Arab League of a potential U.S. strike against Syria.

  • Remembering Jack Layton's best momentsJesse McLaren
    August 30, 2011

    Progressives across Canada and Quebec are mourning the tragic death of NDP leader Jack Layton, who died of cancer at the early age of 61. As well as leading the NDP to its recent historic election results, Layton provided a number of lessons about how opposition inside and outside Parliament can work together for peace and justice.

  • How did our friend Iran become our enemy?Jim Powell
    January 20, 2012

    Before the United States goes to war with Iran, as many Americans seem anxious to do, we should first understand how Iran became our implacable enemy. U.S. presidents from Eisenhower to Carter viewed Iran as our friend. The CIA didn't see this coming, and neither did our State Department.

  • Canada: The devil in the tar sandsJody Williams and Archbishop Desmond Tutu
    November 20, 2011

    On Sunday, Nov. 6, thousands of people encircled the White House as part of the ongoing effort to press US President Barack Obama to stop the Keystone XL pipeline. If the nearly 1,700-mile pipeline were to be built, it would run from the tar sands of Alberta, Canada, through the heartland of the US, all the way to the Texas coast on the Gulf of Mexico. Should the project go ahead, Obama will have made one of the single most disastrous decisions of his presidency concerning climate change and the very future of our planet.

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