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Robert Fisk: How Different is Justice in Today’s Iraq?

The presumption of guilt is just one of Saddam’s creations that has passed on seamlessly to his elected successors

Aram Aharonian: CELAC In Havana: The Challenge Of Building Our Own Agenda And Common Destiny

At the beginning of the second decade of the 21st century, Latin America and the Caribbean are facing the world with an intensity of inter-State relations superior to that reached in any moment of two hundred years of independence

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Seth Sandronsky: Class Bludgeoning and Public Education

U.S. public education has always suffered a crisis of culture because it mirrors dominant class values and beliefs

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Ralph Nader: The Fukushima Secrecy Syndrome – From Japan to America

Last month, the ruling Japanese coalition parties quickly rammed through Parliament a state secrets law

Andrew Gumbel: San Francisco’s Guerrilla Protest At Google Buses Swells Into Revolt

Campaign against tech giant pricing ordinary citizens out of the housing market becomes increasingly disruptive and forces city to act

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Ryan Mallett-Outtrim: Venezuela Undertakes Controversial Overhaul of Currency Exchange Regime

The Venezuelan government has tightened access to its preferential currency exchange rate, and says it’s considering changes to laws prohibiting the parallel currency market

Alan Sears: Austerity U: Preparing students for precarious lives

The key to fighting the austerity agenda for the universities will be our ability to remake campus politics from below, to challenge the restructuring from above

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Dave Zirin: The LGBT Movement Takes Aim at Sochi

The Russian government’s anti-gay scapegoating diverts attention from what appears to be the most corrupt Olympics in history

Jan Beránek: Yes, Things Are Very Bad At Fukushima But It’s Not The Apocalypse

The idea that contamination from Fukushima presents a risk to the coastal waters and their ecosystems of the US or Australia is seriously over-stretched

Jesselyn Radack: Why Edward Snowden Wouldn’t Get a Fair Trial

The Espionage Act of 1917 wasn’t intended to prosecute whistleblowers like him—or Bradley Manning

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