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Rising Iranian-Pakistani tensions

An Iranian warning that it may attack militant bases in the troubled province of Baluchistan threatens to bring Pakistan’s house of cards crashing down.


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On That Day Began Lies


Like many other mainstream political commentators, Washington Post columnist Anne Applebaum is outraged and indignant over Donald Trump’s public praise and open embrace of foreign dictators who are allied or friendly with the U.S. government.

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Comments on peace, made to 42nd annual Kamloops Walk for Peace

I’m wearing my traditional ceremonial ribbon shirt in honour of this occasion.

Kamloops Walk for Peace

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One, Two, Three – Rejoice!


I remember the first few Independence Days, just after the foundation of the State of Israel. There was spontaneous jubilation, we were all out in the streets, the celebration was real.

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The War Party Talks Nonsense on Korea


The Really Serious People — you know, the politicians and pundits who have been wrong on every call on foreign policy in recent memory — think that talking to North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un would be foolish because it would “legitimate” him and his brutal regime.

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