Columnists
United Nations seal. Photo: Eric Bridiers/U.S. Mission Geneva/Flickr
Safia J. Lakhani, Pro Bono | If international pressure is the key to ending Israeli apartheid, then a fulsome reporting on facts is the first step.
Blog
Penney Kome | Last weekend's airstrikes in Syria are just one in a string of recent world-destabilizing events. Luckily, activists everywhere are continuing to mobilize for a more just and peaceful world.
Blog
Demonstration in support of the independence of Western Sahara in Madrid
Yves Engler | Recent seizure of phosphate from a Moroccan state company in South Africa and Panama is a blow to corporate Canada, victory for national independence struggles and should embarrass Canadian media.
Columnists
Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan | It was a bad week for dictators, and a good one for international justice. Two brutal, U.S.-backed dictators who ruled decades ago were convicted for crimes they committed while in power.
Podcast
Frieda Werden | In this interview, Ilise Feitshans describes how nanotechnology is rewriting the rules of chemistry and calls for internationally harmonized regulation and an informed public.
Blog
Samuel B. Halévy | Dismissing groups that seek justice of an oppressed people as "hate" and "spouting vicious lies" further misdirects that same vilification toward those who aren't willing to understand the other side.
Columnists
Duncan Cameron | Citizens are supposed to understand that by fighting ISIL, Canada is protecting itself from terrorist action. In reality, Canada is acting outside the law in a diplomatic and military fiasco.
News
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Community against the Israeli Assault on Gaza | Members of the legal Community against the Israeli Assault on Gaza have written this open letter to openly condemn the attack on Gaza and stand in solidarity with Palestinians.
News
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Grahame Russell | Notwithstanding the intervention of the Constitutional Court, the genocide trial against former dictator Rios Montt is worthy of a Nobel Peace Prize.
News
John Soos | The concluding session of the Russell Tribunal on Palestine took place in Brussels, March 16 -17. The Tribunal was launched in Brussels in 2009 in the spirit of British philosopher Bertrand Russell.
News
Protest against George Bush's 2011 visit to Surrey, B.C. (Photo: AmnestyUSA)
Matt Eisenbrandt | With its refusal to move against Bush, the government of Canada missed a critical opportunity to take a stand against torture -- even if it meant ruffling the feathers of a close ally.
Blog
Dax D'Orazio | Dax D-Orazio conducts an interview with Russell Tribunal member Frank Barat about BDS actions and the consequences of the Israeli Apartheid on Palestinians.