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  1. Tussen mantelpak en bivakmuts

    Rene Zwaap
    15 February 2003
    In the media

    Al dertig jaar ijvert het in Amsterdam gevestigde Transnational Institute (TNI) voor een andere, meer rechtvaardige wereldorde. In de jaren zeventig trad Gretta Duisenberg hier toe tot de «radical chic» van het activisme. Tegenwoordig is het TNI het epicentrum van academisch verzet tegen de neoliberale globalistische wereldorde.

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    ALCA en Miami: Salir es la única salida

    Marcos Arruda
    19 November 2003
    Article
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    Alternative development: an introduction

    01 March 2003

    Alternative Development programmes, aimed at encouraging peasants to switch from growing illicit drugs-related crops, play an important role in UN drug control strategies. The record of success, however, is a questionable one. Decades of efforts to reduce global drug supply using a combination of developmental and repressive means, managed to shift production from one country to another, but have failed in terms of global impact.

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    No More Demockery

    Hilary Wainwright
    01 May 2003
    Article
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    Geo-political and cultural constraints on international drug control treaties

    • Craig Reinarman
    01 April 2003

    publicationIt is a noble and worthy step to attempt to change the drug control treaties, but this is likely to take a long time and it may not be the essential starting place of reform. The amount of flexibility in the treaties is only partly a function of treaty language, for this language is always interpreted, and interpretations can vary depending upon how many states actively argue for more flexibility.

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    From Tokyo with Love

    Walden Bello
    17 February 2003
    Article
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    What is the Point of Porto Alegre? Activists from Two Generations in Dialogue

    Susan George, Debate between Ezequiel Adamovsky
    21 January 2003
    Article
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    Street of Dreams - Boulevard of Broken Hearts

    • Howard Wachtel
    02 May 2003
    Book
    This is the story of America's most famous street, Wall Street. Exploring its development through the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, Wachtel charts its dramatic transformation, offering a window on the past that helps us understand how it became the center of world finance that we see today.
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    The Road to Cancún:

    Walden Bello
    25 February 2003
    Article
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    Another Europe?

    Oscar Reyes
    17 December 2003
    Article
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    US veto at UN

    Phyllis Bennis
    01 January 2003
    Article
    Ultimately, any successful effort to end Israel's occupation and to craft a just and comprehensive peace between Israel and Palestine will have to be based on justice, not on might.
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    "Peace and Justice Movement has an enormous possibility"

    Phyllis Bennis, Aleksej Scira
    07 July 2003
    Article
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    Nuove opportunità a sinistra di Blair:

    Hilary Wainwright, Marco Berlinguer intervista Hilary Wainwright
    18 December 2003
    Article
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    Mercosur for Sale?

    • Claudia Torrelli
    06 August 2003

    Negotiations on a free trade agreement between the European Union (EU) and the Mercosur countries (Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay) have entered their decisive stage.

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    Global Trends in Drug Policies: Lessons from Vienna

    Martin Jelsma
    20 June 2003
    Article

    Paper presented at the Social Forum in Cartagena (Colombia), 20 June 2003.

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    Global Trends. Lessons from Vienna

    • Martin Jelsma
    20 June 2003

    martin-jelsmaMartin Jelsma analysed the 2003 UNGASS mid-term review and drew some important conclusions for the 10-year review in 2008: "Alliances have to be constructed rooted in pragmatic approaches and in solidarity with the victims of this War on Drugs on both sides of the spectrum, be they in the North or in the South, consumers or producers. The concepts of ‘co-responsibility’ and a ‘balanced approach’ between demand and supply sides have to be redefined. Only if such a coalition of like-minded countries could be brought together, and act in a coordinated manner to explore more pragmatica drug policies for both the demand and the supply sides, the UN level might become a useful forum. Only then, a stronger political alliance can enforce a more open-minded debate about current anti-drug strategies and challenge the US hegemony and discourse in this field."


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