Historians treat the Royal Proclamation of 1763 as an "Indian Bill of Rights." These rights were not granted, but won by Anishnaabe people in a protracted war of resistance.
In Canada's status quo election the Tories suffered the greatest disappointment. Their campaign to capture the political center was attacked from the rear by the People's Party. A right-wing split may be part of the Liberal strategy in the next election.
I've been listening to Transmissions from Jonestown and wrote down some thoughts.
A speculative exploration of the question: "When was the destruction of the World Trade Center first planned?"
The emergence of bourgeois nationalism and proletarian struggle in the modernized institutions of Afghanistan.
To understand the politics of Afghanistan in 2021 it is necessary that we understand the country's relationships with the Great Powers. These powerful states have intervened in Afghanistan's civil wars throughout the 20th Century and their interference began much earlier. Our investigation will begin with the contest between two European colonial empires.
Epstein investigators say that the novel written by Donald Barr, a former OSS agent and father of two-time Attorney-General William Barr, is rife with sexual slavery of children. Snopes calls this story mostly false. I acquired a copy of the book to check for myself.
To understand the motives of Islamists and other traditionalists in Xinjiang we must examine the traditional societies that they wish to revive.
A brief overview of Yulbars Khan, the rebel prince who became Chiang Kai-Shek's Governor of Xinjiang in exile.