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    EU-Mercosur Free Trade Agreement

    Declaration from the Social Movements, Civil Society organisationss from the Mercosur
    22 October 2004
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    Pinochet Watch no 55

    28 May 2004
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    Pinochet Watch is an electronic news service of the Institute for Policy Studies.

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    Falluja and the Forging of the New Iraq

    Walden Bello
    18 April 2004
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    Another World is Possible, If...

    Susan George
    13 October 2004
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    Pinochet Watch no 56

    27 July 2004
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    Pinochet Watch is an electronic news service of the Institute for Policy Studies.

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    Pinochet Indicted on Human Rights Charges

    Eduardo Gallardo
    13 December 2004
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    A Chilean judge indicted former dictator Gen. Augusto Pinochet on Monday on charges of kidnapping nine political dissidents and killing one of them.

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    Forget Davos, It's Mumbai

    Boris Kagarlitsky
    29 January 2004
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    The PT loses Sao Paulo and Porto Alegre

    Daniel Chavez
    02 November 2004
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    Outsourcing: A Policy Agenda

    John Cavanagh
    01 April 2004
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    Mumbai 2004: A WSF More Popular than Intellectual

    Marcos Arruda
    24 January 2004
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    The shame of it

    Kamil Mahdi
    06 May 2004
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  18. The Limited Relevance of Drug Policy

    • Craig Reinarman, Peter Cohen, Sebastian Scholl , Hendrien L. Kaal
    01 May 2004

    Decriminalizing cannabis doesn't lead to more widespread use, according to a study comparing cannabis users in two similar cities with opposing cannabis policies — Amsterdam, the Netherlands (decriminalization), and San Francisco, California (criminalization). The study compared age at onset, regular and maximum use, frequency and quantity of use over time, intensity and duration of intoxication, career use patterns, and other drug use. No evidence was found to support claims that criminalization reduces use or that decriminalization increases use.

     

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    Rendezvous at Mumbai

    Achin Vanaik
    01 March 2004
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