war

Podcast
Mar 18, 2014

The Soldier

The Swan Song
Paul Chappell is a former US soldier. He was stationed in Baghdad during the Iraq war. Paul discusses his experience as a soldier and provides insight into war.
Event

Refugees: Silent Witnesses to War

Apr 3, 2014 to Apr 4, 2014
University College
15 King's College Circle - Room 179 - west end of building on the ground floor
Toronto , ON
Canada
Ontario CA
Join us for a free public lecture at 7-9pm on Thursday April 3 by Mary Jo Leddy, Founder of Romero House for refugees, Adjunct Professor of Theology at Regis College.
Event

Child Soldier Recruitment in Intra-state Armed Conflicts

Mar 7, 2014
University College
15 King's College Circle - Room 179 - west end of building on the ground floor
Toronto , ON
Canada
Ontario CA
Join us for a free public lecture by Vera Achvarina, Assistant Professor, Political Science, University of Toronto on child soldier recruitment in intra-state armed conflicts.
Blog
Dec 2, 2013
MQ-1 Predator Drone launching a Hellfire missile.

Death in Yemen: Disillusion and drones in the desert

Christopher Majka
Since 2009 the U.S. has been launching drone strikes against Yemeni citizens. Is it legal? Is it effective? Is it just? Journalist Farea Al-Muslimi discusses the impact of this military campaign.
Podcast
Nov 23, 2013

A high price to pay for cheap technology

Redeye
Rape has been used as a weapon in the conflict in Congo in unprecedented ways. Jill Trenhom says the war is driven by a quest for the resources needed for computers and mobile phones.
Podcast
Nov 18, 2013

Examining the rationales for war

Redeye
In the first of two interviews, Derrick O'Keefe critiques the notion of humanitarian war and similar rationales for aggression against other countries from Yugoslavia to Libya.
Blog
Nov 11, 2013
Dove of Peace

Remember the women and girls

Bernadette Wagner
"Rape has been a dishonourable camp follower of war for as long as armies have marched into battle."

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - war