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    Searching for enemies

    Gabriel Kolko
    24 August 2009
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    Media veterans concerned with media “packages” to cover elections

    Mumtaz Alam Falahi
    17 November 2009
    In the media

    The role of the media: where do we go from here?

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    Rozengeur en opium in Afghanistan

    Bette Dam
    26 November 2009
    In the media

    Ooit stonden de velden rondom het Afghaanse dorpje Vijfhuizen vol met opiumplanten. Tot zo ver het oog reikte, zag je het gewas staan. Maar die tijden zijn voorbij in Vijfhuizen, oftewel Pucha Kala. De gouverneur van de provincie Nangahar waar dit dorpje ligt, heeft korte metten gemaakt met de productie van de drugs.

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    Activist speaks against wars

    Alexis Scheel
    19 November 2009
    In the media

    The war on Aghanistan was unnecessary because the Afghan government had nothing to do with the 9-11 attacks.

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    'Carbon Hunters' doc explores people behind little-understood carbon trading business

    23 November 2009
    In the media

    A new documentary "Carbon Hunters" deals with carbon trading

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    Disastri ambientali, sei milioni in fuga

    Gabriela Jacomella
    30 May 2009
    In the media
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    Polluter Shell paid for CO2 storage in Dutch town of Barendrecht

    Adelei van der Velden
    05 May 2009
    In the media
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    Piracy and the digital revolution

    26 March 2009
    In the media
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  12. TNI Drug Law Reform Project

    01 December 2009
    In the media

    The TNI Drug Law Reform Project promotes more effective and humane drug policies through dialogue and up-to-date analysis of developments in the region.The project was created amidst growing evidence that the decades long “War on Drugs” has failed. Current international drug control policies have not decreased drug consumption, curbed the planting of crops destined for the illicit market, or curtailed the expanding drug trade. Instead, they have marginalized drug users who are pushed out of reach of treatment programs, repressed farmers who may have no other means of survival, and overwhelmed criminal justice systems. Such policies have targeted users and small-scale traffickers, while large-scale criminal organizations have remained unrestrained.


     

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    Still as good as ever to be the boss

    Stephen Morris
    03 September 2009
    In the media
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    Scepticism chic

    Darryl D'Monte
    29 September 2009
    In the media
    The Indian media’s approach to climate change the result of a tendency to follow the leader.
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    Inside Story - The UN mission in Afghanistan

    Phyllis Bennis, Ahmad Fawsi, Jun Borras
    29 October 2009
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    The UN has huge role to play in Afghanistan, but when it is trying to do this under the conditions of occupation it is inevitable that it is going to be seen as part of that occupation, not as part of the solution.

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    Brussels' commitment to Latin American integration questioned

    Leigh Phillips
    30 September 2009
    In the media

    EUOBSERVER / BRUSSELS - The European Commission is hoping to boost EU-Latin American relations with the creation of a joint forum that will bring together the two sides on a permanent basis and launch of a new investment fund. But civil society organisations and some Latin American officials believe Europe is steadily abandoning its support for regional integration on the EU model on the continent.

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    Could Cap and Trade Cause Another Market Meltdown?

    Rachel Morris
    30 June 2009
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    "Armeen dienen nicht mehr der Abschreckung"

    Jochen Hippler
    23 September 2009
    In the media

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