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West Papuans Oppressed by U.S. Multinational: An Interview with John Rumbiak
By Asad Ismi John Rumbiak is a supervisor for West Papua Institute for Human Rights Study and Advocacy (ELSHAM) based in Jayapura, the capital of West Papua province in Indonesia. He toured Canada in November 2002 to promote awareness of the oppression and exploitation of the Papuan people by the U.S. multinational, Freeport McMoran, and […]
An Unpunished War Criminal: The Trial of Henry Kissinger [Book Review]
By Asad Ismi THE TRIAL OF HENRY KISSINGER by Christopher Hitchens, Verso, 2001, $35 “Kissinger is a thug, a crook, a liar and a murderer.” – Christopher Hitchens The United States government is the most violent in the world and since 1945 has killed upwards of eight million people in the Third World. The Ribbentrop […]
Exporting Destruction: Report Says EDC is Putting People and the Environment at Risk
By Asad Ismi The Canadian government’s Export Development Corporation (EDC) is assisting eight environmentally and socially disastrous projects in the Third World, says a recent report. These are the Antamina mine in Peru, the Chamera I and II dams in India, the Profertil nitrogen fertilizer complex in Argentina, the Bulyanhulu mine in Tanzania, the Urra […]