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...
The EU Crisis – A Pocket Guide

The EU Crisis – A Pocket Guide

The economic crisis that has shaken the world may have started in Wall Street but it has been made much worse by the actions of both the European institutions and European member states. Much of the so-called debt crisis was caused not by states spending too much, but...

Indigenous people: a key to environmental rescue

A 60 000-year track record on ecologyInterview with Clayton Thomas-Muller, founder of Defenders of the Land in Canada. Michael Welch (MW): Clayton Thomas-Muller, you’re on staff with the Indigenous Environment Network and a founder of Defenders of the Land. What...