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Book Review
Apr 5, 2013

Review: The Oil Road

Dominic Alexander
Only system change on the large scale can free people from the Caspian to the Atlantic, and further on, from the power represented by the oil road.
Photos
Oct 5, 2009

Eight years on...

rabble staff
This week marks eight years since the launching of the war in Afghanistan. Over the weekend, it was reported that Canadian troops killed two teenagers in the Panjwai district.
News
Aug 27, 2009

Why the outcome of the Afghan election doesn't matter

Murray Dobbin
The lack of a viable exit strategy for the U.S. is tied directly to the real reason for its invasion and its continued occupation: the need for a pro-U.S. regime to back its geo-strategic goals.
Blog
Jul 14, 2009

Afghanistan war debate heats up in the U.K.

Derrick O'Keefe
The war in Afghanistan is the top story here, following a sudden spike in U.K. soldiers killed. With 15 dead in just over a week, more British troops have now died in Afghanistan than in Iraq.
Photos
Jul 2, 2009

Putting a face on the war in Afghanistan

rabble staff
Grana, 12, is the sole survivor of a NATO bombing raid in southern Helmand Province, Afghanistan, where the U.S. has begun a massive new offensive. (Photo: http://rawa.org)
Event

Sonchy’s Silk Road Adventure: A Central Asia Cultural Event

Jul 26, 2013 to Jul 28, 2013
Innis Town Hall
2 Sussex Ave.
Toronto , ON
Canada
43° 39' 55.3104" N, 79° 23' 58.6932" W
Ontario CA
From July 27-29, Sonchy’s Adventures will be hosting Sonchy’s Silk Road Adventure: A Central Asia Cultural Event at Innis Town Hall and Cinecycle in downtown Toronto.
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