Bahrain uprising, 2011
Shenaz Kermalli | Not only is Ottawa arming Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Kuwait, a Canadian tech firm is censoring human rights and dissent information on the Internet.
Yves Engler | Since the "Arab Spring" democracy struggles that began in 2011 Stephen Harper's government has gotten down right scary, apparently supporting the divine right of kings over rule by the people.
The destruction of Bahrain's Pearl monument.
Derrick O'Keefe | The damning facts about Canadian complicity in Saudi Arabia's repression against Bahrain's popular movement are well known. Will anyone ask Baird about this?
Mordecai Briemberg | Saeed Rahnema speaks with Redeye about the reaction of rulers of the Gulf States to protests that have erupted in some of these states, particularly Bahrain.
Amy Goodman | Three days after Hosni Mubarak resigned as the long-standing dictator in Egypt, people in the small Gulf state of Bahrain took to the streets, marching to their version of Tahrir Square.
Maha Zimmo | Dictator says: Invocation of 'Allied' language is the fastest way to scare some and subjugate others.
Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi
David J. Climenhaga | Let's talk frankly about "blowback" while we still can without the filter of the rage and bloodlust that will surely obscure our vision if serious blowback should actually occur.