Iraq

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Apr 8, 2013
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John Baird's murky trip to the Middle East

Gerry Caplan
Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird is on a long visit to the Middle East. Like Canadian foreign policy in general these days, the exact purpose of the trip is a bit murky.
News
Mar 19, 2013

Introducing an online platform for news from Iraq

Ahmed Habib
An entire country has been destroyed, leaving millions of lives shattered to bits and pieces, and the future of millions more has been held hostage by a failed state and a crumbling infrastructure.
Event

Ten Years On: Remembering the Iraq War

Mar 19, 2013 to Mar 20, 2013
First United Church
320 E. Hastings (at Gore Street)
Vancouver , BC
Canada
49° 16' 52.6224" N, 123° 5' 50.5392" W
British Columbia CA
Join Stopwar.ca (Vancouver) in a gathering to remember the Iraq War and to celebrate those who resisted it.
Book Review
Feb 7, 2013

Politics, the media and the anti-war movement

Chris Nineham
February 15 marks the tenth anniversary of the largest day of coordinated global protest in history. Activist and author Chris Nineham reflects on the lessons of the movement against the Iraq War.
Podcast
Oct 16, 2012

Syrian civil war now a regional conflict

Redeye
The conflict in Syria has spread to Lebanon, Turkey and Iraq. Conn Hallinan of Foreign Policy in Focus looks at who’s fighting inside and outside the country.

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