Gallipoli is perhaps the most infamous battle of the First World War. It is also the first place the Newfoundland Regiment saw action in that war. Why then was it such a key location, and why were the Newfoundlanders there?
Newfoundland’s connection to the eastern Mediterranean might not be immediately obvious, but it has actually played an important role in a century of political, geographical and geological conflicts there.
Turkey isn’t the only country plagued by a deficit of democracy. Canada’s federal Conservatives don’t have much more ethical credibility than Turkey’s embattled regime.
Turkey’s unions struggle to find their role in the protests sweeping the nation.
Turkey’s protest movement is sweeping other cities and towns across the country. The international media’s just not there to capture most of it.
The occupation of Istanbul’s last remaining green space is giving way to new forms of community and democracy.
Turkey’s labour unions mobilize to join the protests for democracy and human rights.
From the centre of Istanbul’s protests this week, Hans Rollmann reports on the rising of a powerful social movement and the violent state terror it has encountered.