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Omar Khadr and the Validity of Guantanamo Military Commissions

By Aisha Maniar | August 31, 2014

Omar Khadr’s appeal case against his conviction by a Guantánamo Bay military commission has been the subject of court action in the U.S., both directly and indirectly, in recent weeks. 1,321 more words


Interwebbed: Crypto and Cyber Headlines for Today

Now this is democracy in action! Foreign Policy wants YOU YES YOU to Name! That! Op!

From their Gordon Lubold’s daily email roundup:

Name that op!

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Full Pundit: Is this as bad as it gets for Alison Redford?

You can’t argue with sunlight
You can complain about the execution and the paternalistic rhetoric all you like, says the Edmonton Journal‘s Paula Simons… 591 more words

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The Trials of Omar Khadr

By Aisha Maniar, Truthout | July 26, 2014

On July 27, 2002, 15-year old Canadian Omar Khadr was captured by the United States following a battle between American soldiers and local militias in Afghanistan. 1,210 more words

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The Trials of Alleged Tween Terrorist Omar Khadr of Canada

This is absolutely disgraceful how these powerful countries treat children, but we know the politicos behind them have no soul left.

The Trials of Alleged Tween Terrorist Omar Khadr of Canada… 1,278 more words


Omar Khadr lawyers threatened for document release

TORONTO – A U.S. military commission court is threatening to strip the security clearance from Omar Khadr’s Pentagon-appointed lawyers as part of what they call an unconstitutional attempt to keep the public in the dark about the Canadian’s fight for exoneration. 524 more words


Full Pundit: Conservative foreign policy is the new normal

Liberal, Tory, same old foreign policy story
The Globe and Mail‘s John Ibbitson argues “there is not a sliver of daylight” between the Liberal and Conservative approaches” on Russia and Gaza, despite Justin Trudeau’s stated belief in a more dialogue-oriented foreign policy. 737 more words

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