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Book Review
Jun 23, 2016

The most powerful case for the U.S. war resisters

Alex Kerner
'Let Them Stay' is a powerful account of the war resisters and their campaign as well as an important political tool as our current government considers whether to allow former soldiers to stay.
Blog
Sep 8, 2015
Photo: Flickr/Ruth Hartnup

Canadian gunboat diplomacy and the election

Yves Engler
While the Canadian Navy has long flexed its muscles in the Western hemisphere, over the past decade the Canadian Navy has played a greater role in Africa.
Podcast
Apr 8, 2015

Human cost of mining industry

Redeye
The mining industry threatens the lands and lives of Indigenous peoples all over the world. In this segment, Jane Williams speaks with Chandu Claver, a doctor and activist from the Philippines.
Podcast
Dec 5, 2014

Book: Base Nation

Redeye
In the Persian Gulf alone, the U.S. military has major bases in every country except Iran. There are bases in Pakistan on one end of the region and in the Balkans on the other.
Photos
Sep 12, 2014

What's Harper trying to prove by going to war?

Humberto DaSilva
What is Harper trying to prove by putting Canadian boots on the ground in Iraq? Does he know he can help out internationally without going to war?
Podcast
Jan 13, 2014

A Palestinian view of Ariel Sharon's legacy

rabble radio
Ariel Sharon died on Saturday. When Sharon fell into a coma in 2006, Ali Abunimah, cofounder of electronicintifada.net spoke with the Redeye podcast.
Podcast
Jul 20, 2013

Book: Empire's Ally

Redeye
A new collection of essays from the University of Toronto press takes a critical look at the political economy of war making in general and Canada’s foreign policy in particular.
Podcast
May 14, 2013

French military presence in Mali to continue

Redeye
Earlier this year France began a military involvement in the West African nation of Mali. Last month the French parliament voted to extend their involvement.

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