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    Pinochet Watch no 56

    27 July 2004
    Article

    Pinochet Watch is an electronic news service of the Institute for Policy Studies.

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    Un autre monde est possible si...

    • Susan George
    10 July 2004
    Book
    « Un autre monde est possible » : c’est le slogan qui résume toute l’espérance du mouvement altermondialiste. Mais à quelles conditions ce monde pourra-t-il advenir ? En étudiant ces « si... », Susan George s’adresse aussi bien aux citoyens qui se sont déjà engagés dans la lutte pour une justice globale qu’à ceux qui hésitent encore à la rejoindre, ou aspirent seulement à mieux connaître ce phénomène social radicalement nouveau.
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    The Vanishing Corporate Profits Tax

    Howard Wachtel
    01 July 2004
    Article
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    Stalemate in European Responses

    Martin Jelsma
    01 July 2004
    Article
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    Mars Vs Venus, or Dollar vs Euro?

    Ramón Fernández Durán
    01 July 2004
    Article
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    Assessing the Latin American Left (part 2)

    Patrick Bond
    23 June 2004
    Article
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    Another world is possible if...

    • Susan George
    13 June 2004
    Book

    Participants in the worldwide citizens' movement for social change and global justice like to proclaim that "Another World Is Possible". But is it? To this popular slogan, Susan George adds a cautionary "If", and proposes how we can indeed reach that Other World.

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    Ronald Reagan: a View from the Global South

    Walden Bello
    10 June 2004
    Article
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    Where the Trees are a Desert

    09 June 2004
    Article
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    Informal Drug Policy Dialogue 2004, Crete

    06 June 2004
    Report

    The meeting is hosted by the Orthodox Academy in Kolymbari (Crete). The thirty participants include ministerial officials from several countries, representatives from UN and European institutions, and non-governmental drug policy experts.

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    Informal Drug Policy Dialogue 2004, Crete

    04 June 2004
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    The meeting is hosted by the Orthodox Academy in Kolymbari. The thirty participants include ministerial officials from several countries, representatives from UN and European institutions, and non-governmental drug policy experts.

  12. Informal Drug Policy Dialogue 2004 Crete

    04 June 2004 - Event

    The meeting is hosted by the Orthodox Academy in Kolymbari (Crete). The thirty participants include ministerial officials from several countries, representatives from UN and European institutions, and non-governmental drug policy experts. The two-day dialogue was focused on three themes: (1) explore common ground within a set of general parameters by which 'best practice' or effective drug policy is judged not on dogma or on moral principle but on scientifically evaluated, empirical evidence; (2) the policy debate on cannabis; (3) harm reduction developments at the regional and UN level; and (4) supply reduction.

     

     

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    Pinochet and Us

    Marc Cooper
    01 June 2004
    Article
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    Let's face up to it - we are torturers too

    Kamil Mahdi
    01 June 2004
    Article
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    Reclaiming "The Public" through the People

    Hilary Wainwright
    01 June 2004
    Article
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    New European Left Party Born... And it's a Girl

    Hilary Wainwright
    01 June 2004
    Article
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    Globalization and South Asia: Multidimensional Perspectives

    • Achin Vanaik
    01 June 2004
    Book

    This book brings together acknowledged experts in their respective fields to provide a uniquely authoritative and comprehensive perspective on globalization and its impact on South Asia generally, and on India in particular.

  20. Pot, politics and the press—reflections on cannabis law reform in Western Australia

    • Simon Lenton
    31 May 2004

    Windows of opportunity for changing drug laws open infrequently and they often close without legislative change being affected. In this paper the author, who has been intimately involved in the process, describes how evidence-based recommendations to ‘decriminalize’ cannabis have recently been progressed through public debate and the political process to become law in Western Australia (WA). This paper describes some of the background to the scheme, the process by which it has become law, the main provisions of the scheme and its evaluation. It includes reflections on the role of politics and the press in the process.

     

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