Columnists
Thomas Ponniah | Tahrir Square in Egypt has become not only an arena for local and global activists to defend but also an electronic symbol, regularly conveyed worldwide, of another world struggling to be born.
Podcast
This Week on Media Mornings | This Week on Media Mornings is a weekly independent Canadian and global news hour, featuring the top headlines and commentators from the past week. We bring you news you won’t hear anywhere else.
Columnists
Rick Salutin | The Arab Spring wasn't an event with a result to preserve, it was a piece of process. Same for democratization.
News
Stefan Christoff | Egypt today illuminates possibilities that can inspire and inform social movements in Québec and Canada.
Columnists
Rick Salutin | What if the problem is elections, not democracy -- because elections aren't all there is to democracy. That may be hard to absorb, since we tend to equate them.
News
Dave Zirin | There are no words for the horror that took place in Port Said, Egypt. A soccer match became a killing field, with at least 74 spectators dead, and as many as 1,000 injured.
Blog
Krystalline Kraus | Recently, I have been spending my nights glued to the computer monitor instead of sleeping -- literally fighting off sleep -- watching the Egyptian uprising online.
Columnists
Rick Salutin | What may have been unique this past year was a collapse of the conventional fountains of authority and respect. In the Arab world that meant governments. But in the West, it meant big business.
Columnists
Alice Klein | Like it or not, the global meltdown has put us at the end of an era -- and only invention will bring a better one to life.
News
Ali Mustafa | Freelance journalist Ali Mustafa interviews Hossam el-Hamalawy, a leading Egyptian journalist, photographer, and socialist activist from Cairo who maintains the widely followed blog 3arabawy.
Columnists
Amy Goodman | The winds of change are blowing across the globe. What triggers such change, and when it will strike, is something that no one can predict.
Columnists
Rick Salutin | Discarnate is my fave among the many terms slung by Marshall McLuhan, who'd have turned 100 yesterday. It means, Philip Marchand wrote here, "almost literally bodiless."