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Nydia Dauphin | At last, self-interested politics will unabashedly reign free and no longer need to hide behind contrived notions of international solidarity.
Blog
Christopher Majka | Foreign aid could be a vehicle for Canada to establish its progressive bona fides. Instead what it establishes is our miserly commitment to poverty alleviation and the development of good governance.
Blog
Roger Annis | Tens of thousands of Haitians were flooded out of their homes by Hurricane Sandy and food produciton took a severe hit . It's barely a news story in Canada.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | A new book challenges the idea that non-governmental organizations working in the Global South help people to achieve meaningful and just development.
Columnists
Ralph Surette | If Justin Trudeau really wants to serve the country rather than the rearguard of his party, he has no choice but to acknowledge the reality: The NDP is the new Liberal party.
Blog
Roger Annis | Among the egregious failings of departed Minister of International Cooperation Bev Oda is Haiti assistance.
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Roger Annis | Documentary film on aid to Haiti asks troubling questions. The film was shown in six towns and cities: Fredericton, Summerside, Charlottetown, Sydney, Indian Brook and Halifax.
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Roger Annis | rabble.ca's Haiti blog looks at informative articles that appeared on the second anniversary of the earthquake and the strident defence of President Michel Martelly issued by Michaëlle Jean.
Blog
Gerry Caplan | Those extremely generous African philanthropists are at it again. You'd think they'd be overwhelmed by compassion fatigue after all these centuries of enriching the rich Western world.
Columnists
Linda McQuaig | While Canadians may think of ourselves as best known for owning the Olympic podium, among Africans we may actually be better known -- and not particularly liked -- for owning their natural resources.
RabbleTV
rabbleTV | The Real News' Lia Tarachansky reports on the Viva-Palestina land convoy en route to Gaza.
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Dave Bennett | The corruption and the complacency that allows it to prosper is a byproduct of conditional foreign aid which can happen anywhere, says this one-time aid worker.