Columnists
Duncan Cameron | Her scholarly work identified the links between capitalism, imperialism and militarism, but she expected more than recognition as a thinker. Rosa Luxemburg wanted to change the course of history.
Podcast
Andreas Dalsgaard on Syria, The War Show, self-discovery and forms of expression
Face2Face | Dalsgaard and I talk about his new film "The War Show," Syria, self-discovery and tools of expression, silence and journalistic analysis.
Book Review
Gerard Di Trolio | No recent conflict is as misunderstood as the Syrian Revolution assert authors Leila Al-Shami and Robin Yassin-Kassab. It should be seen as a revolution. Here's why.
Blog
Eva Bartlett | Eva Bartlett talks to one Syrian who has nothing but contempt for what Western media encourages us to call "revolution."
Book Review
J.W. Horton | Need a little commiepunk, dieselpunk literary fiction in your hands? We've got just what you need.
Blog
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Karl Nerenberg | When Ukrainian President Poroshenko came to Ottawa it was as much to give Prime Minister Harper's image a boost as to cement international support for his country.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | Mohammed Morsi became Egypt’s first civilian president in 2012. He was ousted in a coup the following year. Now more than 500 of his supporters have been sentenced to death.
Blog
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Joseph Leivdal | Today a movement is building to resist resource extraction. There are those who argue we need resource extraction for jobs, yet there are no jobs on a dead planet and no green jobs under capitalism.
Podcast
Diana Beaumont and Pier Moro | Interview with Joseph Daher, representative of the Syrian Revolutionary Left Current, who introduced left-wing elements of the Syrian opposition.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | Fidel Castro and Che Guevara are famous around the world. But most people have not heard of fellow revolutionary Celia Sanchez. A new biography by Nancy Stout aims to change that.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | Three years after the Cuban revolution, a quarter of a million volunteers went out into the countryside to teach people to read and write. A new film documents this historic project.
Columnists
Thomas Ponniah | Despite the improvements that modernity has advanced, Professor Neil Smith understood that "the status quo is not much to quo about," that is, we remain in a world riven with suffocating inequalities.