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Potential Refugee

Cambodia: Aren’t We All Potential Refugees

Last week, there was finally some small measure of justice for the 2 million people killed by the Khmer Rouge and for the entire nation of Cambodia. For the first time, 2 top leaders of that vicious regime were held ...


Echoes of Past Wars

Winona LaDuke's "The Militarization of Indian Country" tells a history that isn't over, and describes a scene that cannot escape from its past... numerous outrages to convey a picture of purposeful devastation on a s ...


The Trials of Henry Kissinger

The film focuses on Henry Kissinger and his role in America’s secret bombing of Cambodia in 1969, the approval of Indonesia’s genocidal assault on East Timor in 1975, the assassination of a Chilean general in 197 ...


Vietnam farmer a hero after shootout with police

Instead of drawing public condemnation, last month’s rare violence by fish farmers trying to hold onto leased land in the northern port city of Hai Phong has made a national hero of family ringleader Doan Van Vuon ...


#OccupyWallStreet vs. Henry Kissinger

For years, sections of U.S. civil society have attempted to hold former leaders accountable, even if their actions took place decades ago. Have the Occupy Wall Street protests given such efforts a shot in the arm? On ...


So It Goes… feat. Kurt Vonnegut

Kurt Vonnegut in 1973 and Mary O'Hara from 1957 star on this track that reflects on coping with death and grief through the use of excerpts from the former's novel Slaughterhouse-Five narrated by the author himself. ...


The Betrayal of West Papua and the Ongoing Cultural Genocide Part 2/2

“Mr Speaker, in other words, it was our national policy to sacrifice the lives and future of some 800,000 West Papuan New Guineans to the Indonesian military in exchange, supposedly, for Sukarno and later Suharto t ...


The Sun

'The Sun' by Humphrey King ...

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