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12 May 2011
In the opening pages of The End of Iceland's Innocence , author Daniel Chartier accuses media of sensationalizing the facts to "create an ethos" with readers, and, as a result, of making the
10 May 2011
A few months ago, Christie Blatchford released Helpless: Caledonia's Nightmare of Fear and Anarchy, and How the Law Failed All of Us . The best work in the book, writes reviewer David Swick , is
21 December 2010
In Peace Meals: Candy-Wrapped Kalashnikovs and Other War Stories , correspondent Anna Badkhen writes about conflict and food, and how sharing a meal in "the most forlorn and violent places on earth"
08 September 2009
Esprit de Corps editor Scott Taylor is taken to task for irresponsible behaviour in a new review by J-Source contributor, Jeffrey Dvorkin . Taylor - a former soldier - writes about carrying weapons
14 July 2009
I.F. Stone made significant contributions to investigative journalism at a time in the U.S. when holding powerful institutions to account was seen as unpatriotic and disloyal, writes Cecil Rosner in

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