international politics

Columnists
Apr 24, 2012

Europe counts in French elections

France, which for decades has been split between left and right, with Presidential elections being decided 51 to 49 per cent on that basis, now is also splitting over attitudes towards Europe.
Book Review
Feb 16, 2012
Book cover: The Red Army Faction

Reflections on Germany's Red Army Faction

Stefan Christoff
Reading news reports on Germany over recent weeks in Montreal, often quick fix articles in the Globe and Mail, has been complemented by a heavy book: The Red Army Faction.
Podcast
Oct 23, 2011

Michael Parenti's 'The Face of Imperialism'

Migrant Matters
Speaking with progressive scholar Michael Parenti, mainly talking about two of his recent books: 'The Face of Imperialism' and 'The Assassination of Julius Caesar: A People's History of Ancient Rome'.
Blog
Jul 23, 2011

Appreciating Stephen Harper, kind of

Gerry Caplan
Nothing makes me appreciate Stephen Harper more than the moral corruption that characterizes political life in the nations to which Canada is closest: the U.S., Britain and France.

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