The longest war in United States history, the Afghan war is being perpetuated, according to one brave, whistle-blowing U.S. Army officer, through a "pattern of overt and substantive deception."
The Harper government's foreign policy has made us the Ugly Canadian on the world stage. Stopping and reversing this foreign policy will require, for starters, a vigorous and sustained public debate.
We speak with musician, freelance journalist and political activist Tyler Shipley on the militarization of the NHL and other sports leagues in North America.
Feb 4, 2012
Galbraith Building, U of T
35 St. George St.Toronto , ON
Canada43° 39' 35.208" N, 79° 23' 47.7096" W
A one-day political conference to discuss the next steps of the movement and the best ways to challenge capitalism.
Canadian Federation of University Women
This week's talks in Bonn, Germany, on the future of Afghanistan show a distinct lack of concern for the future of women in that country.
Since the 9/11 terror attacks and particularly the advent of the Harper government, there has been a conscious effort to militarize Canada's culture.
In this excerpt from Michael Ignatieff: The Lesser Evil?, Derrick O'Keefe examines Ignatieff's initial call to arms for the "War on Terror."
Two hundred demonstrators greet the former U.S. president in Surrey, as four men sent to Guantanamo Bay seek justice for their torture.
U.S. Special Forces have assumed mythic proportions in the media and popular culture. Yet they are viewed less positively within the military because they operate outside of the chain of command.
So much of what has happened in the last decade has hurt civil liberties, human rights, peace and more -- but it has also mobilized opponents to oppression who are strong and committed.