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The Advent of Netwar

January 26, 2010

In the years ahead, the possibility should not be overlooked that a major new global peace and disarmament movement may eventually arise from a grand alliance among diverse NGOs and…

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End Game

January 24, 2010

As Ahmed Moor reports, the end game for Gaza in the eyes of Israel, Egypt and the United States is extermination.

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Defeating the Warmongers

January 23, 2010

As our anti-war network prepares to engage our pro-war enemies, it will be useful to review the concepts of netwar, which is the application of research, education, and organizing for…

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Culture Death

January 22, 2010

Three years ago, in a post titled Fatal Attraction, I wrote about imagination, intellectual development, isolation and public mental health. In the spring of that year, in a piece titled…

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Blood and Politics

January 20, 2010

In The Radical Center and the Outer Limits, Paul de Armond reviews Leonard Zeskind’s new book Blood and Politics. Paul also provides a bibliography of other essential reading about the…

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The Right to be Understood

January 19, 2010

The Catalan government is pressing the EU to grant official status to national languages like Galician, Basque, and Welsh.

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Attacking the Peacemakers

January 18, 2010

As activists mobilize for Peace of the Action, corporate media and pro-war progressives will be mounting attacks on the peacemakers. Led by Cindy Sheehan (a gold star mother), Veterans for…

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Wake Up Call

January 18, 2010

Peace of the Action March 13-22 Washington Monument D.C.

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Official Status for Catalan in the EU is a Must, Catalan Government Says

January 18, 2010

Vice-President of Catalonia Josep-Lluís Carod-Rovira invited the representatives of the EU state members to reflect on 'the anomaly' of excluding Catalan from the languages with official status in Europe ·…

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Until We Try

January 17, 2010

Truth commissions, be they in South Africa, Canada, or Guatemala, are fraught with difficulties, as emotional traumas and crimes against humanity are exposed and examined in public. Asymmetrical power —…

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Chief George Manuel Memorial Indigenous Library

The library is dedicated to the memory of Secwepemc Chief George Manuel (1921-1989), to the nations of the Fourth World and to the elders and generations to come.

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