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Two Khmer Rouge Leaders Face Judgement for Genoicde.

The Missing Picture.

Cambodia court begins genocide trial of Khmer Rouge leaders

Nuon Chea and Khieu Samphan accused of overseeing mass killings of up to 500,000 people in the 1970s. 908 more words

European Left

Zoltan Zigedy: The Shame of Iraq Once More

by Zoltan Zigedy

July 10, 2014

As the Sunni Jihadists of the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham conquer city after city in northern Iraq and as black-clad soldiers from Shiite military muster to repel them, it is tempting to blame the chaos there on ancient religious hatreds. 1,397 more words


U.S. Holds the World Record of Killings of Innocent Civilians

Interview with Prof. John McMurtry

A world-renowned Canadian philosopher argues that the United States holds the world record of illegal killings of unarmed civilians and extrajudicial detention and torturing of prisoners who are detained without trial. 2,848 more words



Since the alleged abolishment of the Templar Order by Pope Clement V in 1312, according to the Assassin’s Creed lore the Knights Templar continued to operate on a clandestine basis. 763 more words

Templar Order

A Century Destroyed: The First World War and Iraq, Israel and The Ukraine

By Michael Stelzer Jocks, History Faculty.

Most Americans don’t give much thought to the First World War.  Much like the Korean War, WWI may be considered a ‘forgotten’ conflict.   807 more words

Is Cuba turning back to capitalism?


above: May Day in Havana

July 2014

By Roger Keeran and Thomas Kenny

In 2011, Cuban authorities adopted bold new Guidelines (Lineamientos) to deal with Cuba’s economic problems. 3,793 more words