Tomas Young was in the fifth day of his first deployment to Iraq when he was struck by a sniper's bullet in Baghdad's Sadr City. Now, nine years later, Tomas has decided to end his life.
Within Iraq, an estimated 2.8 million internally displaced people live, according to Refugees International, "in constant fear, with limited access to shelter, food, and basic services."
This past week has provided Canadians with a series of warm and fuzzies that, like most of this nation's mythology, were built on self-congratulatory lies.
Richard Seymour's 'Unhitched,' a slim and scathing denunciation of turncoat scoundrel Christopher Hitchens, is a thoroughly satisfying and politically important book.
An informative, comprehensive, concise yet clear and accessible historical account of the major wars of the 20th and 21st centuries and the roles women played.
Instead of taking healthcare away from millions of Americans, lawmakers in Washington should kill the zombie of the F-35.
With Mali, the "pacifist left" is needed more than ever to end wasteful military spending and to keep the defence lobby from luring Canada into another reckless war.
Last weekend, I attended and spoke at an international conference in London assessing the legacy of the largest protest in human history -- February 15, 2003.
This protests in California was one of thousands held worldwide on February 15, 2003
Ten years ago today, millions of people around the world were part of an unprecedented mobilization against war. On February 15, 2003, record numbers protested U.S. plans to attack Iraq.