war in afghanistan

Book Review
Jul 26, 2012
Omar Khadr, Oh Canada

New book backs justice for Omar Khadr

Amira Elghawaby
As in an artful kaleidoscope, Janice Williamson's book has brought together the voices and sentiments of those who refuse to look away from Omar Khadr.
Feb 16, 2012

Truth, lies and the Afghan war

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."
Oct 14, 2011

Peace Alliance hosts anti-war weekend

James Clark
Toronto's convention is an important opportunity for anti-war activists to assess their work in the last few years, build new networks, and re-launch the anti-war movement.
Jul 6, 2011

How Wikileaks has changed the world

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.
May 4, 2011

It's time to bring the troops home

On May 1, the U.S. president addressed the nation, announcing a military victory. May 1, 2003, that is, when U.S. President George W. Bush strode onto the deck of the aircraft carrier USS Lincoln.
Mar 7, 2011

Afghanistan and the limits of foreign intervention

Gerry Caplan
When the United Nations approved a declaration in 2005 that the international community has a Responsibility to Protect the citizens of a nation when its government cannot, expectations were high.
Dec 8, 2010

'Ask Afghans what would help them, don't ask Karzai'

John Riddell
An interview about Canada's role in Afghanistan with the co-founder of the Afghanistan-Canadian Research Group and a researcher at the York Centre for International and Security Studies.
Nov 22, 2010

Canada extends the mission in Afghanistan - again

John Bonnar Audio Blog
"It's against a clear majority of Canadians and Afghans that want the occupation to end," says Peter Hogarth of the Toronto Coalition to Stop the War.


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