Feb 10, 2011

Changing dynamics in the Middle East

Redeye's Mordecai Briemberg discusses the impact of the Palestine Papers released to Al Jazeera by Wikileaks, particularly in the context of the uprisings in Tunisia and Egypt.
Jan 30, 2011
Montreal protest in support of Egypt, Jan. 28, 2011. Photo: Sarah Ghabrial

Egypt: Days of Anger in the Age of Terror

Sarah Ghabrial
The significance of these Days of Rage is deep and shattering, and cannot be overstated. Egypt is in the 30th year of Hosni Mubarak’s dictatorship -- and the west must support the protesters' causes.
Dec 15, 2010

The vilification of Julian Assange

Despite being granted bail, Wikileaks founder and editor Julian Assange remains imprisoned in London, awaiting extradition proceedings to answer a prosecutor's questions in Sweden.
Dec 1, 2010

Wikileaks and the decline of the American empire

Jonathan Cook
The U.S. exported financial deregulation, promising it to be the epitome of the new capitalism that would offer the world economic salvation. The result is a banking, moral and environmental crisis.
Nov 6, 2010

What's in the largest intelligence leak in U.S. history

390,000 classified U.S. military documents were released in October through the online whistleblower site Wikileaks. Pratap Chatterjee explains what kind of information the documents contain.
Aug 12, 2010
Stephen Harper at the World Economic Forum. Photo: World Economic Forum/Flickr

Harper's lousy, pre-election summer: A review

Kathleen O'Hara
It took many poorly constructed policy bricks to build the power tower the Conservative Party lives in as they rule Canada. But many of the bricks are cracked, and the edifice looks set to tumble.
Aug 6, 2010

Conrad Black's inner child

My stab at what got Conrad Black through a prison stretch isn't his arrogance or sense of rectitude. It's his not-so-inner child, an eternal boyishness.


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