Columnists
Activists stand over small fire in Milwaukee 14 action. Photo: Jim Forest/Flickr
Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan | The Catonsville Nine action on May 17, 1968 prompted a wave of similar acts of anti-war, nonviolent civil disobedience.
Podcast
My Lai Memorial Site - Vietnam
Victoria Fenner | Vietnam War historian Christian Appy talks to Michael Welch of the Global Research News Hour about the larger significance of one of the most shocking events of the Vietnam War.
Columnists
Image: Frank Wolfe
Rick Salutin | The Ken Burns documentary has multiple perspectives and lays them out almost randomly, not bothering to reconcile them or even segue between. That jibes with my own experience at the time.
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Richard Nixon and Henry Kissinger
David J. Climenhaga | Unlike 1972 when we all thought the world might end the same way because Nixon was mining Haiphong Harbour, at least this time there’s someone around who might be able to talk the president out of it.
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Photo: Duncan Cameron/Library and Archives Canada, PA-212238/flickr
Yves Engler | In the most cited example of a Canadian leader (supposedly) opposing U.S. militarism, Lester Pearson described "U.S. peacekeeping and peacemaking policies in Vietnam."
Podcast
Redeye Collective | Larry Gambone was part of the Yippie movement in Vancouver. His recent memoir "No Regrets" has just been published by Black Cat Press.
Columnists
Wayne MacPhail | In Canada, the image of Aylan Kurdi, reinterpreted by somber political cartoonists and repeated on site after site in the latter half of last week, wrought political fallout. But will it bring change?
Columnists
Matthew Behrens | Even as Canada enters the next stage of its two front wars, it would be good to pause and apologize for the unspeakable grief we have caused to the people of Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia.
Book Review
Paul Weinberg | 'Building Sanctuary' asks "what happened when U.S. war resisters to the Vietnam war arrived in Canada, which was undergoing a major political, economic and cultural shift."
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Stephen Harper
David J. Climenhaga | Notwithstanding the ridiculous sight of conservative politicians playing Col. Dressup, considering military service a valid criterion for holding public office in Canada is not a good idea.
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Duncan Cameron | It is a military disaster, based on faulty political analysis, and it reveals the deep-seated problems within the U.S. ruling class -- and Canada's -- and its projects for the world.
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David J. Climenhaga | The Vietnam War ended 35 years ago. The WWW seems to have mostly missed the story.