Justin Podur

Justin Podur is a writer and editor for ZNet (www.zmag.org), part of Z Communications, an alternative media organization dedicated to political analysis and support for movements for social change. He has reported from the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Pakistan, India, Haiti, Venezuela, Colombia, Argentina, Brazil, Israel/Palestine, and Mexico. He also writes on North America. He has written for Z Magazine, Frontline (India), New Politics, New Left Review, rabble.ca, and other publications and is part of the Pueblos en Camino collective (www.en-camino.org). He runs a blog (www.killingtrain.com). He is based in Toronto.

Justin Podur's

Z Commentary

The Reordering of Iraq and Syria

Professionals and Torturers

Fukushima And Low-Probability Events

Wikileaks Cablegate

Empires Don’t Build Rivals

So, what am I doing in Islamabad?

Ingrid Betancourt Released

Colombia Assassinates Raul Reyes of FARC

Z Magazine

Haiti’s New Dictatorship

The Mumbai Attacks and Regional Implications

The Rise and Fall of “Counterspin”

Elections in Pakistan

What Happened in Jenin?

The Coup in Venezuela: An Interview with Temir Porras

Differing Agendas in South Asia

Non-Reformist Reparations for Africa

ZNet Articles

Ali Mustafa

Egypt’s Dictatorship for the Digital Age

Science and Liberation

Public Action And A Lifeline For Rural Workers: An Interview With Jean Dreze

Free, Tarek and John

Impending Charges? Tarek and John in their Own Words

Kashmir: The Fruits Of Isolation

Eleven Things India Must Do In Kashmir


The Future of India’s Conflict Zones: Q/A July 25, 2013 at Hart House

The Ossington Circle: Episode 3, Suzy Harris-Brandts on Architecture, Occupation, and Resistance

The Ossington Circle: Episode 2, Jon Elmer on a Generation-long Civil War

The Ossington Circle: Episode 1, John Clarke on Austerity & Resistance

Waiting for 2014 in Afghanistan

India: Struggle for Indigenous Autonomy

Questioning Natural & Community Capital

Haiti’s New Dictatorship

Z Blogs


Israel’s Flotilla Massacre

My Resoc Interview

A Day in Delhi

A bombing in Islamabad; suspended operations in NWFP

Privatization for a prosperous Pakistan?

Pakistan’s Economy and energy prices

From Islamabad


[E]lites are not going to stop at millions in Afghanistan, over a million in Iraq, tens of thousands …


Ecology & Climate Change

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