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David J. Climenhaga | Presumably Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall, alleged to be the Mr. Congeniality of Canadian politics, will keep this kind of thing up until the provincial election now scheduled for April 4.
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Elizabeth May | The Fraser Institute's Kenneth Green set out to make Elizabeth May look uninformed based on her submission to the U.S. State Department on the proposed Keystone pipeline. He didn't do such a good job.
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Elizabeth May | Canada needs a domestic energy strategy and a real climate plan that makes sense. That plan shouldn't include the Keystone XL pipeline.
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Juan Cole | Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, during his negotiations with the U.S and Palestine, added that the Palestinians recognize Israel as a "Jewish state."
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Jonathan Cook | U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry spent last week testing the waters with Israelis and Palestinians over his so-called framework agreement. But the issues appear more intractable by the day.
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Dennis Gruending | The Israeli and Canadian governments are wrong to attack the recent deal with Iran to prevent its developing nuclear weapons.
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Amy Goodman | The only reason Henry Kissinger should be pursued is to be held accountable, like Pinochet, in a court of law.
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Medea Benjamin | There is little time left to stop this new, mad rush to war. At both the Senate and House hearings, officials mentioned that their constituents were overwhelmingly opposed to intervention.
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Andrea Germanos | Secretary of State John Kerry continued to push for military force against Syria on Sunday, appearing on a series of talk shows and saying he is sure Congress will support the use of air strikes.
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Chris Nineham | Hawkish Republicans are now all over the U.S. media explaining that Obama has privately briefed them about plans that amount to a declaration of war against Assad.
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Jonathan Cook | The sense of hope inspired by the long-awaited revival of peace talks is both tangible and deeply misplaced.
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Jonathan Cook | Ordinary Palestinians, in Netanyahu's view, can be pacified with crumbs from the master's table: fewer checkpoints, extra jobs and trading opportunities.