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Russia's New Rubles
David J. Climenhaga | It looks like Prime Minister Stephen Harper's violently militaristic anti-Russian rhetoric is aimed directly at his own feet. Ain't it a funny old world?
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Elizabeth May | Elizabeth May thought that the debate on sending a military mission into Iraq would allow her to make a 10-minute speech. Due to the motion for closure, she never had that chance. Here is that speech.
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Gerry Caplan | Syria is the 14th country in the Islamic world that U.S. forces and their allies have invaded, occupied or bombed in the past 35 years. It hasn't worked.
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John Baird
David J. Climenhaga | Virtually nothing the West has done in the Islamic world since 2001 has worked out as promised, or very well at all. Why will this war be any different?
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Karl Nerenberg | The war against the Islamic State may seem like a 'noble' exercise. It happens, however, as the result of a series of bad policies that started with the 2003 U.S.-led invasion.
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Elizabeth May | Elizabeth May delivered this speech in the Canadian House of Commons on October 3, opposing military intervention in Iraq and Syria.
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Stephen Harper in the Tar Sands
Christopher Majka | Despite Stephen Harper's claim that going to war in Iraq is about "doing our part" it appears the real motivation of the caper is a final desperate attempt to secure American approval for Keystone XL.
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Rick Salutin | This is an age, at least for "our" side, of war without risk and even without fear. The "war" on Libya was the model: no casualties for us, though vast chaos throughout the region are due to us.
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Duncan Cameron | As if 10 years in Afghanistan were not enough, the Conservatives want Canadians to support another war alongside the U.S.
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Michael Stewart | While Canadians struggle to find even basic facts about our apparent incursion into Iraq, the President of Iran has been giving the gears to modern Western imperialism.