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What does it mean to welcome Omar Khadr? University students and the lesson of hospitality

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Tyler J. Pollard interviews David L. Clark Earlier this year, professor and public intellectual, Dr. David L. Clark, invited the President and Vice-Chancellor of McMaster University, Dr. Patrick Deane, to support offering Canadian citizen Omar Khadr a spot in the … Continue reading




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The Canadian University and the War Against Omar Khadr

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Tyler J. Pollard interviews David L. Clark Omar Khadr is a Canadian citizen who spent the first ten years of his life moving back and forth between Canada and Pakistan. In 1996 at the age of ten, he moved with … Continue reading




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The Brutal Reign of the Corporate State

Across the globe, punishing states have emerged from the seamless union of transnational corporate power with state-based machinery of permanent warfare—and have produced devastating social and environmental consequences. As Chris Hedges and Joe Sacco astutely observe in Days of Destruction, … Continue reading




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