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How Joe Harawira fought back against the poisoning of timber workers

Who controls and who benefits now from Iraq’s oil ?

Can Jennifer Lawrence kill off for good the Manic Pixie Dream Girl stereotype ?


The Show (And Tell) Trial

Is Kim Dotcom bound to get a raw deal at his extradition hearing?

by Gordon Campbell


Toxins In The Timber Mills

The remarkable struggle of Joe Harawira and the Sawmill Workers Against Poisons shows it will take more than good rules to keep workers and the environment safe

by Alison McCulloch


At Home, Far From Home

Ten years on, an American recalls being in New Zealand on the eve of the 2003 invasion of Iraq

by Peter Dyer


Who Controls Iraq’s Oil?

Ten years on from the invasion, it is not the Americans

by Gordon Campbell


London Calling : Sold, and Cold

Selling off state-owned energy companies has been a disaster in Britain

by Rory MacKinnon


Beyond The Pixie Dream Girl

Silver Linings Playbook, Liberal Arts and the universal love for Jennifer Lawrence

by Gordon Campbell


Egypt In Freefall

The Morsi government is leading and feeding the spiral of violence in Egypt

by Laura Gribbon


From The Hood : Ich Bin Ein Wiener

The French have A Word For It

by Lyndon Hood


Blurring the Boundaries

The convergence of television and politics is a disease without a cure

by Gordon Campbell


The Complicatist : Lee Moses, and Friends

More obscure soul music gems from the vaults

by Gordon Campbell


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The February 2013 Edition of Werewolf

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