international politics

Mar 4, 2013

The missing persons of Baluchistan

Jahanzeb Hussain
The tragedy unfolding in Baluchistan is the direct result of the license given to the Pakistan Army by the international powers in exchange for facilitation of the so-called War on Terror.
Feb 18, 2013
Photo:  Presidencia de la República del Ecuador / flickr

Ecuador's Rafael Correa wins landslide re-election

Lauren McCauley
President Rafael Correa handily won a third term as Ecuador's head of state Sunday in a landslide victory demonstrating a "clear mandate" for the continuation of his progressive economic polities.
Book Review
Feb 7, 2013

Politics, the media and the anti-war movement

Chris Nineham
February 15 marks the tenth anniversary of the largest day of coordinated global protest in history. Activist and author Chris Nineham reflects on the lessons of the movement against the Iraq War.
Feb 4, 2013

France says it's in Mali 'for the long haul'

Roger Annis
France's Le Monde newspaper argues for a long-term, Haiti-style tutelage of Mali. The Harper government in Ottawa can be expected to fall seamlessly into line.
Nov 30, 2012
(Photo: percursodacultura / flickr)

An important day for Palestine

rabble staff
The World Social Forum on Palestine got underway in Brazil, while Palestinian statehood vote passed at the UN. (Photo: percursodacultura / flickr)


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