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    FTAA: the new colonisation

    Kevin Smith
    01 June 2002
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    Turning the Philippines into Another Afghanistan

    Brid Brennan
    01 February 2002
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    Pour & Contre: La Mondialisation Libérale

    • Susan George, Martin Wolf
    13 June 2002
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    Le débat fait rage entre les partisans de la mondialisation et ses détracteurs. Ces derniers la rendent responsable des inégalités croissantes, des exclusions sociales et économiques. Les premiers estiment qu’aucun pays ne peut connaître la croissance et le développement sans échanges économiques internationaux. « There is no alternative » : Margaret Thatcher aurait-elle vu juste ? N’y-a-til aucune possibilité de mettre fin aux privatisations, à la précarité ? C’est pour tenter de comprendre les conséquences de la mondialisation qu’est née cette rencontre entre Susan George et Martin Wolff.
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    The Brazilian Left

    Hilary Wainwright
    01 August 2002
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    Geopolitics, Globalization and Alternative Regionalisms

    Thomas E. Reifer
    01 September 2002
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    Facing the Crisis

    Boris Kagarlitsky
    01 February 2002
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    Global Justice Movement Looks Forward

    John Cavanagh
    25 January 2002
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    The Consequences of War: Iraq and Beyond

    Phyllis Bennis
    01 November 2002
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    No Threat from Iraq

    Saul Landau
    29 November 2002
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    US policy towards Iraq is a replay of the deceits that launched and sustained its long conflicts with the Soviet Union and Vietnam.

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    Another World is Possible

    Susan George
    01 January 2002
    Article
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    Coming: A Rerun of the 1930s?

    Walden Bello
    13 August 2002
    Article
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    How can Reform be Achieved?

    • Martin Jelsma
    27 March 2002

    hans_brinkerAllow countries and regions more space for policy reform using and stretching the margins of the conventions. Strengthen alliances of like-minded nations to support one another and effectively coordinate efforts at the UN level through informal consultations and strategy meetings. Any crack in the global prohibition regime would not plunge the world into chaos immediately. We should not press for a new global straitjacket but for a model that respects cultural differences. We have to open up the debate about the wisdom of the conventions as they stand.

     

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    The Significance of the European Social Forum

    Walden Bello
    06 November 2002
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    Notes Towards a New Politics

    Hilary Wainwright
    01 January 2002
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    Solidarity Socioeconomy:

    Marcos Arruda
    01 June 2002
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    Ante upped

    Hilary Wainwright
    13 February 2002
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    Recent developments regarding drug law and policy in Germany and the European Community

    • Lorenz Böllinger
    21 March 2002

    publicationRecent developments in drug policy can be regarded as taking place in stages based on certain changeable paradigms: the abstinence paradigm, the medicalization paradigm and the acceptance paradigm. For the time being there seems to be a slow transition from the first to the latter, implying that elements of all three are presently active in a diversity of policies and strategies, differing between states and regions of the German federal state and the European Union as well as between different levels of drug policy and drug care.

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