Uri Avnery remembers a writer and activist who devoted his life to challenging the militarism of the Israeli state.
John Pilger retraces the 'cultural Chernobyl'of Rupert Murdoch's impact on British life.
Governments across Latin America are expressing growing unease over the militarism of joint US-Colombian policy in the region, as Kiraz Janicke explains.
A Justice for Colombia report on the ongoing political violence in the Colombian border region of Arauca.
Ramzy Baroud on how the simple act of flying a kite came to symbolise resistance in Gaza.
Garry Leech reports on the plight of Colombia's millions of displaced persons.
Kiraz Janicke on the Venezuelan government's move to distance itself from the violent actions of some of its core supporters.
Chris Vasey on how big business is capitalising on the Swine Flu outbreak.
US backtracking on military action against Iran has left Israel in the lurch, as Ramzy Baroud explains.
Exchanging Puppets: Why the International Left Should Not Support Iran’s So-Called Reformist LeadersAugust 7, 2009 12:00 am Leave your thoughts
Lila Ghobady argues that the leadership of Iran's reformist movement does not have the country's interests at heart.