military occupation

Nov 21, 2014

Residents fight plans for new base in Okinawa, Japan

The island of Okinawa has been a military outpost for the United States since the end of World War II. Now there are plans to build new bases. Okinawan residents are resisting fiercely.

"The Law in These Parts" - Film Screening & Discussion with the Film Maker of Award Winning Documentary

Oct 22, 2013
VC 112 (Alumni Hall), Old Victoria College Building
91 Charles St W (Old Vic College is located behind the Isabel Bader Theatre at 93 Charles Street W. near the Museum Subway stop)
Toronto , ON
Ontario CA
The University of Toronto Faculty of Law is pleased to present a screening of the award winning and critically acclaimed documentary, The Law in These Parts, followed by a discussion with the film mak
Nov 6, 2011

Raed Jarrar on Baghdad

Raed Jarrar grew up in Baghdad and did his undergraduate degree there. When he returned last summer, he found no one he knew there and didn't recognize the city.
Mar 7, 2011

Afghanistan and the limits of foreign intervention

Gerry Caplan
When the United Nations approved a declaration in 2005 that the international community has a Responsibility to Protect the citizens of a nation when its government cannot, expectations were high.
Nov 28, 2009

Malalai Joya: A Woman Among Warlords

Afghan MP Malalai Joya and past editor Derrick O'Keefe recorded in Vancouver during their cross-Canada book tour in November 2009.
Oct 29, 2009

The war condolences Obama hasn't sent

U.S. Army Reserve Spc. Chancellor Keesling died in Iraq from "a non-combat related incident," according to the Pentagon. He was just one in what is a record year for suicides in the U.S. military.
Sep 26, 2009

Afghanistan: The new Vietnam

There's a corrupt regime with no support outside the capital, a hostile population and an elusive enemy - even Washington is talking openly about the parallels, according to Conn Hallinan.


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