Mordecai Briemberg

Podcast
Aug 15, 2012

Issues in the Quebec election

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Jean Charest has decided that a summer election is his only hope of political survival in the face of the student movement and allegations of government corruption.
Podcast
Aug 15, 2012

Movie: Laughing in the Darkness

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Salomon Rabinovitch was the inventor of Yiddish literature, publishing under the pen name Sholem Aleichem. A recent film explores the life and times of this writer.
Podcast
Aug 13, 2012

Housing as a human right

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In September 2000, Miloon Kothari was appointed by the United Nations Commission on Human Rights to report annually on the housing situation worldwide.
Podcast
Aug 3, 2012

Cowichan school board fired over deficit budget

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When the Cowichan school board submitted what they considered to be a realistic budget rather than complying with the allocation from the province, they were summarily fired.
Podcast
Jul 2, 2012

Book: Drone Warfare - Killing by Remote Control

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Medea Benjamin's latest book is a comprehensive look at the growing menace of robotic warfare: who produces the drones, where they are being used, and what the legal and moral issues are.
Podcast
Apr 19, 2012

The promise and failures of international law

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One important impetus for the creation of international law was the two world wars of the 20th century. The United Nations was born with the intention of preventing war and promoting peace.
Podcast
Apr 19, 2012
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Canada's record on legislating strikers back to work

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Canada's governments are among the worst offenders when it comes to legislating striking workers back to work. Since 1982 more complaints have been made against Canada than any other country.
Podcast
Mar 7, 2012
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Thomas Mulcair backed by Bay Street money

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Anthony Munk, a top executive at Barrick's Gold, and Gerry Schwartz, current CEO of Onex Corporation, have recently made donations to NDP leadership candidate Thomas Mulcair.
Podcast
Mar 6, 2012
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Exhibition: A Child's View from Gaza

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Barbara Lubin started the Middle East Children's Alliance in 1988. She has just returned from her latest visit to Gaza, a trip she describes as the most difficult she has ever taken.
Podcast
Mar 6, 2012
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Why teachers in B.C. are on strike

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The B.C. Teachers Federation has been in negotiations for almost a year, but teachers say the government's position hasn't changed at all. Phil Gray has been a teacher for over 20 years.
Podcast
Feb 23, 2012
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Pentagon priorities for the 21st century

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Earlier this year, the Obama administration released a guidance to determine where the Pentagon would put its energy in the foreseeable future.
Podcast
Jan 24, 2012

Dangers of cyber attack greatly exaggerated

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Some commentators in the United States would have us believe that the possibility of cyber attack is imminent. Conn Hallinan believes that there is another agenda behind this fear mongering.
Podcast
Jan 18, 2012
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Book: A Hard Man to Beat

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Bill White was the head of the Vancouver Labour Council and president of the Marine Workers and Boilermakers Union during the war.
Podcast
Dec 7, 2011

Tribute to Bob Rosen

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Bob Rosen was a long-time activist in support of unions, people in Latin America and in Palestine and progressive forces in civic politics. Bob Rosen died suddenly on November 22.

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