The suspects in the Boston Marathon bombing were acting no differently than a general in the Pentagon when they detonated a crude version of weapons that are a regular part of many a military arsenal.
April 15 was the day of the annual Boston Marathon, which will now, sadly, go down in history as yet another episode of senseless mass violence.
Asia Pacific Currents
Labour news from the Asia-Pacific region and an interview with Tess Dioquino, vice-chairperson for international affairs with the KMU, about the killing of Filipino trade union activists.
It shouldn't happen: here's how to prevent and deal with different kinds of violence at work
Needs No Introduction
In this podcast, Dr. Barbara Perry discusses her work on the Islamophobia faced by Muslims in Ontario.
While mainstream pundits are celebrating the recognition of women's boxing as a step forward for women, one writer insists that it is more complicated than that.
Guilty by association? Fanshawe students fear the post-graduate job hunt and the association with their school and the St. Patrick's Day riot.
Microaggressions are a way of validating the every day acts that make up institutionalized oppression
This workshop on restorative justice can help victims of violence in activist communities heal
President Calderon launched his war on drugs shortly after he came into office in December 2006. He brought the army out onto the streets and began a campaign of confrontation with drug cartels.