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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.
Podcast
Mordecai Briemberg | Some commentators in the United States would have us believe that the possibility of cyber attack is imminent. Conn Hallinan believes that there is another agenda behind this fear mongering.
Podcast
Redeye
Sean Mullen | It's been a troubled year for the alliance between the United States and Pakistan. In the most recent incident, NATO helicopter gunships killed 24 Pakistani border guards near the Afghan border.
Podcast
Redeye
Jane Williams | Last year the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that corporations are people, giving them the ability to spend unlimited amounts of money on political campaigns.
Columnists
Jerry West | The 10th anniversary of September 11, 2001 has come and gone. The media was full of articles on the event, and of public officials and others holding forth on what it all meant.
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James Laxer | On September 20, 1811 Tecumseh rode into Tuckhabatchee, the capital of the Muscogee people. Twenty warriors, members of the Shawnee, Kickapoo and Winnebago nations, rode with him.
Podcast
Jennifer Efting, Rohith Bhargavan | Jennifer interviews fellow collective member Rohith on his summer spent with the Physicians for a National Health Care Program in Chicago.
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Marc Lee | Down south, the Obama administration is in a dangerous game of chicken with Republican congressional leaders, who are cynically holding the U.S. economy hostage.
Columnists
Naomi Klein | The flooding of the Yellowstone River and the oil spill in the riverbed are connected, and rooted in the burning of fossil fuels.
Columnists
Rick Salutin | Our table is set for multiplicity by our past experience. And it's made inevitable by our present reality: globalization, immigration, birth rate, underpopulation.
News
Michel Martelly makes an appearance at the Lycee Petionville polling station during the recent Haitian elections. Photo: Rozanna Fang/Flickr
Kevin Edmonds and Roger Annis | The inauguration of Michel Martelly to the Haitian presidency on May 14 should sound serious alarm for those concerned with human rights, justice and the rule of law in the country.
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Jorge Barrera | Foreign Affairs and Department of Justice bureaucrats showed U.S. officials how to skirt privacy laws to get information on whether a businessman linked to the Syrian regime was a Canadian citizen.