Professors Nicolai Petro and Aleksandr Buzgalin discuss the factional clashes in the Ukrainian city of Odessa and how the international community can de-escalate tensions.
Factory workers and coal miners in eastern Ukraine are joining the struggle there for political autonomy and economic justice.
May 13, 2014
Cartier Place Suite Hotel
180 Cooper St.Ottawa , ON
Canada45° 25' 7.536" N, 75° 41' 24.3204" W
Douglas Roche documents the many successes of the past two decades in reducing conflict in the world, and in creating structures and institutions which are making war less likely.
In its war on a popular revolution in the east, the governing regime in Kyiv is ceding Ukraine's sovereignty to fascist militias and the NATO military alliance.
May 19, 2014
Joe's Cafe [In Large North Hall]
1150 Commercial Dr. at William StVancouver , BC
Canada49° 16' 26.2632" N, 123° 4' 10.308" W
British Columbia CA
Please join MAWO for part two of this three-part seminar, where we will discuss the role of Canada in Afghanistan.
Of her own upbringing by Anglican missionaries, Pilkington Garimara wrote, "We were told that our culture was evil and those that practised it were devil worshippers."
Asia Pacific Currents
Labour news from the Asia Pacific region, including a special roundup of May Day news. Recording of a speech by Sumi Abedin, a worker injured in the Tazreen factory in Bangladesh.
On Tuesday morning, an explosion occurred that sank the freshly renovated cargo ship Gaza's Ark. Ehab Lotayef comments on the attack and the future of the project.
Bill Browder's story lends insight into the Russian economy because it suggests that Putin manages a deeply corrupt kleptocracy -- an economy run by his pals who steal whatever they can.
It's not too late to be part of our historic action against the TPP -- speak out today at http://StopTheSecrecy.net.