July 11
Medea Benjamin | The Iraqis waiting in line looked tired, hungry and exasperated at having their country's border controlled by 18-year-old foreigners strutting around with guns. The whole scene was unnerving, a flas
July 10
Karen Pojmann | As Nigerians welcome president Bush on July 11, the author's Nigerian husband faces deportation from the United States due to red tape, legal Catch 22s and probable racial prejudice. Many other Afric
July 10
Valentinas Mite | The dual suicide blasts in Moscow this weekend reveal a new and disturbing phenomenon &#0151 female suicide bombers. The Kremlin was quick to blame the attacks on Chechen extremists, saying Islamic r
rabble news July 10
Finn Harvor | As in many countries, the Korean economy is in recession, which, of course, means it is especially difficult for a recent university graduate to get a job. But the problem is compounded by the curren
July 10
Justin Thompson | On July 16, 2003, Canada's First Nations chiefs-in-assembly will elect their national chief at the 24th annual meeting of the Assembly of First Nations (AFN) in Edmonton. The central issue surroundin
July 10
Eduardo Galeano | The recent wave of executions and arrests in Cuba is very good news for the universal superpower, which remains obsessed with removing this persistent thorn from its paw. But it is very bad news for
July 9
C.D. Sludge | Imagine it were possible to somehow subvert the voting process in such a way that you could steal elections without anybody knowing. According to a recent investigation led by Bev Harris, author of t
July 9
Jan Prout | Planes, trains and automobiles; they're all heading north bearing excited same-sex couples intent on tying the knot. Since June 10, when an Ontario court threw out the ban on same-sex marriages, city
rabble news July 9
Elizabeth LeReverend | The myth that policing is the most dangerous occupation is a pervasive one. We hear often how the men and women of law enforcement put themselves in mortal danger every time they put on a uniform. B
July 9
Michael Wolff | The British are coming &#0151 again. The launch of a U.S. edition of the unabashedly liberal <i>Guardian</i> may be just what the Bush-whacked U.S. press needs.
July 8
Roberto Lovato | This June marked the 100th anniversary of Orwell's birth, and critics still love to invoke <i>1984</i>. But the rapid proliferation of such public-private surveillance partnerships is only one facet
July 8
John Lichfield | Four French-owned homes were bombed simultaneously yesterday after the narrow rejection of limited autonomy for the island in a referendum on Sunday. By rejecting new political powers and a single as
rabble news July 7
Jonathan Davis | The city of London decided in its 2003 budget to cutthe $120,000 needed to keep Moore at the health unit and offered to movehis position to city hall. The idea was to have Moore work on the mayors o
July 4
Robert Bray | Another Gay Pride season comes to a close. But for many queers, myself included, the party has just begun. Thanks to the recent Supreme Court decision overturning pernicious sodomy laws &#0151 which
July 4
Patrick Seale | British writer and Middle East affairs consultant Patrick Seale explores the making of the U.S.-Israel alliance.
July 3
John F. Borowski | Christine Todd Whitman, ex-chief of the Environmental Protection Agency, seemingly cannot escape her destiny as an obsequious lapdog to the worst environmental administration in U.S. history. Her sha
July 3
William Douglas | In a move that has outraged human rights organizations, the Bush administration said yesterday it is suspending about $48 million in military aid to 35 countries that have failed to exempt Americans
in their own words July 3
Aaron Mat&#195;&#169; | It is no secret that Israel Asper has never looked too kindly on a place like Concordia, where Palestinians have united with Jews like myself and other allies to raise public awareness about the Isra
July 2
Matthew Riemer | Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf and his populous Muslim country will play a vital role in the Bush administration&#146;s plans for Central and South Asia. But Pakistan&#146;s storied and rich pa
July 2
Xeni Jardin | The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled last Tuesday that Web loggers, website operators and e-mail list editors can&#146;t be held responsible for libel for information they republish, extending cr
July 2
Michael Moore | You see, George, it&#0146s not the lying and the doctoring of intelligence that has me all upset. It&#0146s that you&#0146ve had control of Iraq for over two months now and you couldn&#0146t even fin
July 2
Graeme Smith | Saskatoon Police Chief Russell Sabo stretches his arms out in a gesture of helplessness as if he&#0146s being tugged in opposite directions. He&#0146s trying to explain why his own officers have over
July 1
Steven Hill | Progressives, people of color and women advocates, stuck in the doldrums of Bush&#0146s America, should look toward Scotland and Wales for relief. Grounded in new &#0147full representation&#0148 voti
July 1
Kamal Ahmed and Martin Bright | The unprecedented row between the Government and the BBC took a dramatic twist last night when Andrew Gilligan, the reporter at the centre of claims that Number 10 deliberately 'sexed up' evidence ag
July 1
Ian Black | Silvio Berlusconi, Italy&#0146s controversial prime minister, who takes over the European Union presidency for the next six months, turned his fire on France and Germany by warning that Europe must n
June 30
Richard Black | The organization responsible for setting global food safety guidelines is expected to adopt new standards on assessing genetically modified foods at a meeting in Rome. Plans for the meeting are curre
June 30
Jim Lobe | Measures taken by the U.S. against Arab and Muslim immigrants after 9/11 have not only failed to protect U.S. security, but may have made it more vulnerable, according to a major report released last
June 30
Ricardo Grassi | The war in Iraq has made the entire population of 27 million dependent on food aid, leaders of aid programs say. Before the war that the U.S. and Britain launched March 20 to remove the Saddam Hussei
rabble news June 30
Chris Vedelago | Canadians are accustomed to ongoing debate about media concentration and media ownership. In Australia, the debate goes on &#0151 and the negotiations for a new law have failed.
rabble news June 28
Allison Gifford | On the evening of June 27th, 1969, New York City police raided the Stonewall Inn, a popular Greenwich Village gay bar. Although police raids were common at the time, that night the crowds in the bar,

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