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Getting to peace and social justice

By Anthony Marsella Here  is a straightforward list of actions and policies to promote peace amidst the madness of pursuing destruction and war for the apparent rewards of empire, economic, and delight in immorality and illegality. Productive Foreign Policy and Domestic … Continue reading

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Iceland: Unlikely haven for whistle-blower Snowden

By guest author Dr. Michael Corgan National Security Agency (NSA) surveillance whistle-blower Edward Snowden is in limbo, unable to return to the U.S. Might Iceland offer asylum as payback for the way the U.S. treated Iceland in 2006? The Bush … Continue reading

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Imperialism by any other name…still stinks

First in a series by guest author Dr. Dahlia Wasfi Imperialism is defined as the policy of extending a nation’s authority by territorial acquisition or by the establishment of economic and political hegemony over other nations. The British Empire’s reign … Continue reading

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Crimson soil: A forgotten struggle (Part 1)

Between the folds of two nuclear states lies a valley of forsaken people whose struggle is yet to be told beyond its borders. Kashmir. A place where the crimson soil is still screaming to be heard.

Although the land is shared amongst India, Pakistan, and China, regions of peace and war are easy to identify. The Indian occupied Kashmir … Continue reading

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