July 29
Mun Yol Ti | Last Sunday was the 50th anniversary of the cease-fire that ended the Korean War. The regimes imposed by the Soviet and American “liberation” armies on North and South Korea at the end of t
July 29
John Houghton | If political leaders have one duty above all others, it is to protect the security of their people. Thus it was, according to Tony Blair, to protect Britain's security against Saddam Hussein's weapon
July 28
John O'Callaghan | A failed mutiny by 300 Philippine soldiers took on political overtones on Monday as police arrested an aide to ousted President Joseph Estrada. President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo said the siege in cen
July 28
David Corn | The attacks of September 11 might have been prevented had U.S. intelligence been more competent. And the Bush Administration is refusing to tell the public what intelligence the President saw before
rabble interview July 28
Krystalline Kraus | John Clarke, Stefan Philipa and Gaetan Heroux are leaders of OCAP, the Ontario Coalition Against Poverty. OCAP marched on Queens Park to protest the Ontario government cutting welfare rates by 21
July 28
Jill McGivering | The people of Cambodia go to the polls on Sunday to elect all 123 members of the lower house of parliament, but there is little sign of Prime Minister Hun Sen, head of the ruling Cambodia People's Pa
July 25
Adam Shapiro | The International Solidarity Movement's second Freedom Summer has begun, and much has changed since our last: the war on Iraq, which focused all eyes on the region; the much-hyped road map; full-blow
rabble news July 25
Yves Engler | Only six weeks after Canadian Trade Minister Pierre Pettigrew pronounced, “I draw great satisfaction out of the fact that the phenomenon of anti-globalization has completely disappeared,” M
July 25
Charlie Smith | A top official of an international anticorruption organization has criticized the B.C. government's reluctance to make the 2010 Winter Olympics more transparent. “I would have thought a signific
July 24
Marco Aurélio Garcia | The election of Lula as president of Brazil, says his special adviser, is the signal for a national project that will have a profound impact beyond the country's borders. The aim is a confident place
July 24
Matthew Riemer | Undoubtedly, all the die hard political partisans were shocked this week when Bill Clinton came out and essentially exonerated the Bush administration for its manipulation of critical intelligence an
July 23
Michael Scherer | Thanks to all the government business, Halliburton maintains offices in 70 countries and enjoys annual revenues of $12.6 billion. Here's a look at where U.S. taxpayers foot the bill for the firm's fa
July 23
John Vidal | Garstang, a small town in Lancashire, England, carries the distinction of being the first officially designated fair trade town in the world. In fact, it came up with the idea and declared itself as
July 23
Matthew Riemer | Media outlets have been spinning information on U.S. casualties in a most curious way. Instead of updating viewers on the number of killed and injured U.S. servicemen and women, an insidious and disi
rabble news July 23
Stan Hister | After a brutal child murder, it is understandable that people are angry and afraid. But while police,politicians and the media shamelessly exploit this issue for their ownadvantage, the truth is that
July 22
Morton Abramowitz | The small flickering of possible change for the long-suffering people of Burma is being snuffed out. Unless the world acts quickly, pro-democracy leader and Nobel Peace Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi
July 22
Craig Segal | In April 2002, when Canada resumed deporting some Algerian refugee applicants after a five-year moratorium, Massaouda Kellou plunged into activism for the first time in her life, as did her husband a
July 21
Devinder Sharma | Now that he's taken control over one third of the world's crude oil supplies after a futile search for 'weapons of mass destruction', American President George Bush appears ready to take over the wor
July 21
Mike Ceaser | Urban farming's success in Caracas is rooted in an unlikely source: visiting agronomists from Cuba. But in a Venezuela extremely polarized over the rule of leftist President Hugo Chávez, t
July 21
Edward Said | The U.S. propaganda and policy apparatus has imposed its imperial perspective on Americans, whose sources of information about Arabs and Islam are woefully inadequate. Several generations of American
July 18
Matt Ross | The public has a chance to see a little piece of history, thanks to an exhibition of a letter to the editor of the <i>Ottawa Citizen</i>, written by Louis Riel days before his execution. The letter e
rabble news July 18
Luke Eric Peterson | Under the Bush Administration, the warning is clear:a free trade agreement is not something one has aright to. It's a privilege. When it comes to prospective trade partners, the U.S. expects coopera
July 18
Rory Carroll | Rival factions in the Democratic Republic of Congo inaugurated a power-sharing government yesterday, but reports of a fresh massacre in Ituri province underlined the difficulty of ending a war in whi
July 18
Ramtanu Maitra | In recent weeks, two major incidents along the Afghanistan-Pakistan border have laid bare the new complexities in the area. And a large part of the blame for these two incidents lies with the United
July 17
Valerie Lawton | A Toronto doctor living with AIDS has quit a federal advisory group on medical marijuana in frustration, saying it's now clear to him Health Minister Anne McLellan doesn't want to provide pot to thos
July 17
John Aglionby | On a recent tour of Japan, the Indonesian president, Megawati Sukarnoputri, waxed lyrically about the extensive freedoms her nation's media enjoy. Indonesia's media have expanded exponentially since
July 17
Russell Mokhiber | Ari Fleischer is leaving the White House to start a consulting firm that will advise corporate executives on how to handle the news media. Yesterday, Fleischer capped his White House career with this
rabble news July 17
Stephen Kimber | The point is not that the jingoist, &#147;our-boys&#148; CNN should be banned from Canadian airwaves &#151; though that might not be such a bad idea &#151; but that Canadians should have access to as
rabble interview July 16
Justin Podur | Palestinians are a stateless people with no home and no land. There are Palestinians in Canada who are set to be deported and are accused of &#226;eoeshopping for citizenship.&#226;e Members of The
July 16
Matthew Riemer | The war of words between Italy and Germany is an indication of one of the many divisions in the E.U. previously highlighted by the U.S.' insistence on immediate intervention in Iraq. The war split Eu

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