Blog
Derrick O'Keefe | Instead of describing Joya's reasons for opposing the NATO occupation of Afghanistan, Hirshi Ali, who now works for the neoconservative American Enterprise Institute, admonishes Joya.
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Alheli Picazo | The United States may feel Karzai's statements are a 'cause for concern,' but for the Canadian forces, it just may be the cause for a total withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan.
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Alheli Picazo | As the date for withdrawal from Afghanistan by the Canadian forces approaches, the pressure to remain in the battle mounts.
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Dave Markland | Recent reports reveal that NATO has covered up a special forces massacre in Afghanistan -- and it's not the first time.
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Dave Markland | The New York Times reports that the Taliban are capitalizing on the population's disdain for NATO troops.
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Dave Markland | Residents of Laghman province say that a NATO airstrike killed up to 15 civilians.
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Dave Markland | Protesters greeted a NATO meeting in Edinburgh as polls reveal widespread anti-war feeling in the U.K.
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Pierre Beaudet | Le cafouillage des élections en Afghanistan est maintenant connu depuis la « découverte » de la fraude observée par la Commission de supervision internationale.
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James Laxer | While efforts have been made by the Harper government to convince us that the war in Afghanistan is our first line of defence against terrorism directed at us, Canadians just don't believe this.
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Dave Markland | A round-up of critical reporting and commentary on the Aug. 20 Afghan elections.
News
Murray Dobbin | The lack of a viable exit strategy for the U.S. is tied directly to the real reason for its invasion and its continued occupation: the need for a pro-U.S. regime to back its geo-strategic goals.
Columnists
Linda McQuaig | The downside of holding a wedding in Ontario this summer is that, chances are, you'll be rained on. The upside is that, chances are, you won't be bombed.