War/military

03/05/23
Author: 
John Pilger
Image Source: Carlos Latuff – Copyrighted free use

May 3, 2023

In 1935, the Congress of American Writers was held in New York City, followed by another two years later. They called on ‘the hundreds of poets, novelists, dramatists, critics, short story writers and journalists’ to discuss the ‘rapid crumbling of capitalism’ and the beckoning of another war. They were electric events which, according to one account, were attended by 3,500 members of the public with more than a thousand turned away.

17/03/23
Author: 
The Editorial Board
Rebecca Chew/The New York Times

'In the long term, the best guarantee of American security has always been American prosperity and engagement with the rest of the world.'   And Canada?

Mar. 11, 2023

America’s increasingly confrontational posture toward China is a significant shift in U.S. foreign policy that warrants greater scrutiny and debate.

09/03/23
Author: 
Kai Nagata
A proposed gas pipeline in B.C. would run through the Skeena watershed. Photo by Brian Huntington / Skeena Watershed Conservation Coalition

Mar. 9, 2023

B.C. Environment Minister George Heyman will soon decide the fate of Enbridge’s Westcoast Connector Gas Transmission Project — and possibly his government. First approved in 2014, the 48-inch pipeline would carry fracked gas across a complex patchwork of sovereign territories to a new LNG terminal on the coast.

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