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David J. Climenhaga | The irony: a naval officer who sold military secrets has been branded a traitor by a government that would sign away our country's sovereignty in an all-but secret treaty with the Chinese.
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Gus Van Harten | "The legal consequences of the treaty will be irreversible by any Canadian court, legislature or other decision-maker for 31 years after the treaty is given effect."
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Dan Kellar, [email protected] Radio | Covering land defence actions around the world - against capitalism, against colonialism, against ecocide - for a health mother earth!
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Nexen building in Calgary. Photo: James Bremner/Flickr
Erin Weir | The China National Offshore Oil Corporation's (CNOOC) bid to acquire Nexen is a large and complex proposal. A preliminary outline of possible costs and benefits follows.
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Dr. Norman Bethune
Christopher Majka | Was Canadian Dr. Norman Bethune a propagandist for Mao Zedong as Calgary MP Rob Anders claims? Or are we witnessing historical revisionism pushed to absurdity and the birth of a new McCarthyism?
Columnists
Jooneed Khan | Confronted with a declining World Order it can no longer control, does the West want to re-assert its will through a new world war, which this time would be really global?
Podcast
Michael Welch, Ashley Titterton, Mitch Podoluk | OpenMedia.ca's Lindsey Pinto on Harper's online spying bill, columnist Tom Walkom on Ontario's Drummond report and professor David McNally on the rise of Communist China as a state capitalist power.
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James Laxer | The truth about America is that it is anything but flexible and resilient and faces a range of obstacles that portend decline rather than a creative re-birth that will re-establish its supremacy.
Columnists
Jim Stanford | The Prime Minister's trip to China last week sparked a flurry of media coverage regarding prospects for "closer" economic ties between Canada and China.
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Bernadette Wagner | Sometimes, The Regina Mom wonders why she bothers to write her long blog posts, when others do it excellently with a short quote and video or are capable of piecing together a few headlines.
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Bernadette Wagner | Did the HarperCons have poor science education? Because it's clear they're not responding to the science on the Enbridge project. What interest does it serve the government in ignoring science?
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Maude Barlow | Prime Minister Stephen Harper is basking in the uncritical media reporting of his state visit to China. His "open for business" message has been very well received in Beijing.