Columnists
Jooneed Khan | "We are at war," declared French President François Hollande after the bloody terrorist attacks in Paris. In reality, the war has hit home, big time.
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.
Columnists
Matthew Behrens | As the Canadian government plays at fighting wars in Iraq/Syria and in eastern Europe, we see daily examples of how militarism ultimately degrades, disrupts and destroys democracy.
Podcast
Front Lines International
Riaz Sayani-Mulji | A tour bringing together Afghanistan and Iraq veterans with those who have suffered under occupation is coming to the GTA.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | The image of Canada as a peacemaking nation has been tarnished by the war in Afghanistan. But many people would still be shocked to find out the extent to which Canada exports armaments.
Book Review
The Imperial Messenger
Belén Fernández | In this excerpt from The Imperial Messenger: Thomas Friedman at Work, Belén Fernández discusses various aspects of the New York Times columnist's neo-liberal Friedmanomics.
Columnists
Amy Goodman | Last Saturday, Julian Assange made his way by train from house arrest in Norfolk to join me and Slovenian philosopher Slavoj Zizek for a public conversation about Wikileaks.
News
An Iraq War protest in San Fransisco in 2008. Photo: Alex Robinson/Flickr
Jenn Ruddy | 'Kevin', an American war resister, has been in hiding for four years in Calgary. He left home so he would not be sent back to Iraq and its 'fraternity of guns'.
News
Krystalline Kraus | The power of American war resisters lies in their refusal to fight, but the Harper government wants a fight and is doing what it can to throw them out.
Podcast
Tariq Jeeroburkhan | Florian Olsen lectures on ideas of sacrifice in regards to the war in Iraq, and division between Americans as a result of the conflict.
Blog
Hadani Ditmars | Freedom isn't, perhaps, the first word that springs to mind when you think about Iraq. But it is the word used by Haydar Daffar, an Iraqi film-maker, in his 2005 documentary The Dreams of Sparrows.
Podcast
Kim Elliott | rabble.ca was the media sponsor for a panel held in Toronto to discuss Canada's role in international conflict, and the effects of war on security and border policies.