Torture and Historical Memory | by Robert Pallitto

North Americans seem to believe that torture has no history here. It happened in medieval Europe, at the command of dictators in far-off places, or as part of leftist insurgencies. For the United States, torture is anathema to our way of life, violative of our...

Alternative ways out of crisis | by Eric Toussaint

In the eye of the storm: the debt crisis in the European Union (7/7)In July-September 2011 the stock markets were again shaken at international level. The crisis has become deeper in the EU, particularly with respect to debts. The CADTM interviewed Eric Toussaint...

The Arms Deal continued | by Terry Crawford-Browne

Terry Crawford Browne has waged a long campaign against the government’s 1999 decision to spend billions of rand on military equipment –  even more so because of the government’s inability to identify actual or even likely enemies to justify the huge expenditure....