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Western hypocrisy: Crimea and Israeli war crimes

al-Aqsa Mosqueby Dr. Vacy Vlazna

The velocity with which the US and EU imposed economic sanctions on Russia for its annexation of Crimea is equal to the mass of hypocrisy on Israel's creeping annexation of Palestinian land through colonial-settlement expansion. The ongoing expansion is seen as a war crime "falling into the provision of Article 8 of the International Criminal Court statutes".

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Debating Syria and Ukraine

summitThe Obsolescence of Ideology

I have been struck by the unhelpfulness of ideology to my own efforts to think through the complexities of recommended or preferred policy in relation to Syria, and more recently, the Ukraine. There is no obvious posture to be struck by referencing a ‘left’ or ‘right’ identity. A convincing policy proposal depends on sensitivity to context and the particulars of the conflict.

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Gareth Porter- Manufactured Crisis

The Untold Story of the Iran Nuclear Scare, Just World Books, Charlottesville, VA 2014, 4xx pp.,

Since the early1990s, Israel, U.S. officials and their submissive European allies, supported by their uncritical and subservient media, have been peddling allegations, fabrications, accusations and lies that the government of Iran was pursuing a secret, military adjunct to its regularly inspected civilian nuclear program. The main thrust of Porter’s book is to demonstrate that this crisis was "manufactured“ and the accusations were bogus, i. e. Iran never had a military nuclear program. For over 20 years Israeli politicians have been claiming that Iran’s nuclear device was just around the corner.

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Crimea secession from Ukraine

CrimeaA Hundred Years Later

There is an old Chinese curse that says: “May you live in historic times!” (If there isn’t, there should be.)

This week was a historic time. The Crimea seceded from Ukraine. Russia annexed it.

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Canadian Citizenship Act

Canadian CitizenshipPROPOSED CHANGES BY CANADIAN GOVERNMENT WILL MAKE GETTING CITIZENSHIP MORE DIFFICULT
by Edward C. Corrigan

On February 6, 2014 Canada’s Citizenship and Immigration Minister Chris Alexander introduced into Parliament the first comprehensive changes to the Citizenship Act since 1977. Following Conservative government’s practice of giving political names to its legislation, Bill C-24, is titled “Strengthening Canadian Citizenship Act.”

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