Blog
Krystalline Kraus | On Nov. 18, Call your MP and the Party Leaders and demand.... Don't Extend It. End It.
Blog
Murray Dobbin | We should have known it was too good to be true. Harper's many, many repetitions of his government's commitment to get all the troops out by July 2011 are well known.
Blog
David J. Climenhaga | Canada's role in Afghanistan will continue to be presented to us through the deceptive and distorting lens of World War II.
Podcast
Meagan Perry | A feature interview with Phyllis Bennis, an activist and academic who focuses on foreign policy issues, especially when it comes to the Middle East and the United Nations.
Blog
Derrick O'Keefe | In reality, what MacKay said in Halifax wasn't really news. Liberal leader Michael Ignatieff announced the 'training mission' policy back in June.
News
Lawyers Rights Watch | The UN's special representative for Children and Armed Conflict calls for the repatriation of Omar Khadr to Canada for rehabilitation because of his status as a child soldier in Afghanistan.
Podcast
John Bonnar | She offers her thoughts on what our governments stand to gain by “staying the course” in Afghanistan and whether Obama can make a difference in Mideast peace.
RabbleTV
rabbleTV | Lalo Espejo laments the reactionary misinformed gloating of people whose political leanings don't include reason about the travesty of justice surrounding Omar Khadr.
News
Defend Free Speech | The U.K. politician starts a national speaking tour in November and is sponsored by rabble.ca. The tour includes a visit to Immigration Minister Jason Kenney's Calgary constituency.
News
Malalai Joya visits a girls school in Farah province in Afghanistan. Photo: AfghanKabul
Malalai Joya | Former Afghan MP Malalai Joya says Afghans don't want so-called democracy and so-called elections where guns and money have the first and last word.
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Canadian Boat to Gaza | Malalai Joya, the woman the BBC has called "the most famous in Afghanistan," is in Vancouver to headline a benefit evening for the Canadian Boat to Gaza tonight.
Podcast
Robyn Maynard | This show examines the way that the Canadian state affects the lives and self-determination of migrant women, indigenous women and the women it affects to be helping in Afghanistan.