The Arab Spring wasn't an event with a result to preserve, it was a piece of process. Same for democratization.
David Taub Bancroft
This week's coup d'état is an unequivocal step back for Egyptian democracy.
Egypt today illuminates possibilities that can inspire and inform social movements in Québec and Canada.
Millions expected to protest across Egypt demanding new elections as pro-Morsi forces stage counter demonstrations -- fear that army may intervene and re-establish direct control.
The theme of this year's Marxism conference, "revolution in our time," refers to the reality of revolution happening in the world today, even if it’s not (yet) happening here.
Many Tunisians were thrilled to have hosted the eleventh World Social Forum, held from March 26-30, 2013.
Locking up a poet may end up freeing up a lot of truth. Here's hoping that the global effort to free al-Ajami brings much needed attention to the plight of others denied their rights in Qatar.
The West's hypocrisy and oil-greed are coming home to roost with a vengeance in Libya as the Arab Spring in that country turns into a nightmarish winter.
After a day of massive protests in Tunisia, ruling Islamist party Ennahda dissolved its coalition government on Wednesday, promising rapid new elections.
Needs No Introduction
Derrick O'Keefe and Jahanzeb Hussain speak with journalist Robert Fisk about Canadian foreign policy under Stephen Harper, the Arab Spring, and the wars in Syria, Mali and Afghanistan.