It’s a Poor Sort of Memory that Only Works Backwards

First editionby Johan Grimonprez, Catherine Bernard, Slavoj Zizek, Benoit Detalle, Asad IsmiHardcover, 352 Pages, Published 2011 by Hatje CantzISBN-13: 978-3-7757-3130-0, ISBN: 3-7757-31

Canadian Mining Companies Set to Destroy Ghana’s Forest Reserves

By Asad Ismi Under pressure from Canadian and U.S. mining companies, the Ghanaian government seems ready to pass legislation in June 2003 which will open the country’s protected forest reserves to mining. The companies’ bulldozers are ready to rip apart thousands of hectares of rainforest in the Ashanti, Eastern and Western Regions if the government […]

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 […]