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  1. A Response To The Critics Of “Profiting From Injustice”

    Cecilia Olivet, Pia Eberhardt
    04 January 2013
    Article

    Authors of TNI and Corporate European Observatory's Profiting from Injustice report answer the critiques  made by arbitrators and investment lawyers.

  2. Remunicipalisation in the water sector: an unstoppable wave

    Beatriz Martínez
    24 December 2013
    Article

    Water remunicipalisation is a growing trend across the world.

  3. How the corporate elite win the class war

    John Palmer
    27 November 2013
    Article

    In building a progressive alternative we can draw strength and clarity from the sombre message brought by Susan George.  John Palmer reviews "How to Win the Class War: The Lugano Report II"

  4. States make historic call for UN to implement binding regulations on Transnational Corporations

    Brid Brennan
    18 September 2013
    Article

    Over 100 social movement and civil society organisations representing hundreds of thousands of workers, peasants, community groups and indigenous peoples have welcomed the historic call for binding obligations on Transnational corporations made by nine countries together with the African and Arab Groups of States.

  5. INCB vs Uruguay: the art of diplomacy

    Martin Jelsma
    19 December 2013
    Article

    International tensions over Uruguay’s decision to regulate cannabis reached new levels when Raymond Yans, president of the International Narcotics Control Board (INCB), accused Uruguay of having a "pirate attitude" towards the UN conventions.

  6. INCB vs Uruguay: the art of diplomacy

    Martin Jelsma
    17 December 2013
    Article

    INCB President Yans disqualifies himself by accusing Uruguay of negligence with regard to public health concerns, deliberately blocking dialogue attempts and having a "pirate attitude" towards the UN conventions, and should consider stepping down.

     
  7. Majority of the Dutch favour cannabis legalisation

    Tom Blickman
    04 October 2013
    Article

    Restrictive government cannabis policies are defied by local initiatives and court rulings.

  8. Land as a matter of human rights

    Jennifer Franco, Sylvia Kay, Timothé Feodoroff
    12 December 2013
    Article

    Land grabbing is an expression of the dominant development model based on production and consumption patterns in which financial capital reigns.

  9. The Checkered History of Humanitarian Intervention

    Walden Bello
    06 September 2013
    Article

    The impending US strike on Syria is justified as necessary to punish the Assad regime for using chemical weapons on its citizens and prevent it from further employing them. The situation, says Washington, calls for “humanitarian intervention.”

  10. Optimism and Fear

    Phyllis Bennis
    06 September 2013
    Article

    If I was really optimistic, I’d say that President Obama is hoping that Congress will follow the example of the British parliament – and vote against his proposed military strike on Syria.

  11. Cashing in on Catastrophe book meets fundraising goal

    10 September 2013
    Article

    Thanks to your support, we met our target and raised 10,000 euros for this crucial book that tells the hidden story of the corporations and military seeking to cash in on climate chaos, and puts forward peoples' alternatives for a liveable future.

  12. Call to reject G8’s proposed transparency initiative for land transactions

    30 May 2013
    Article

    TNI and other civil society organisations say that G8 has no legitimacy to make decisions about food, land and nutrition. Increased transparency will not stop land grabbing.

  13. After PRISM: on Power, Trust and Accountability

    Ben Hayes
    21 June 2013
    Article

    Multinational corporations who dominate large parts of the internet have provided USA’s National Security Agency with massive amounts of their users’ intimately personal data. This is simply unacceptable in any democracy worthy of the name.

  14. CSO Conference Vienna+20: Human Rights in Crises

    24 June 2013
    Article

    Vienna+20 commemorates the Second World Conference on Human Rights held in Vienna in June 1993, a landmark with regard to the realization and advancement of human rights.

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    The Syrian Civil War, Chemical Weapons, & the Rush to Regional and Global Disaster

    Tom Reifer
    28 August 2013
    Article

    The US, Saudis and Qatar who seek to take sides in fuelling sectarianism and violence in the Middle East, should remember how a similar discourse of preventative war and promotion of sectarian forces in Europe led to World War I.

     
  16. Zero Dark Thirty & the Question of Torture

    Tom Reifer
    29 January 2013
    Article

    It is high time Americans recognize that: “If torture is not wrong, nothing is wrong.”

  17. Alternative Trade Mandate

    24 April 2013
    Article

    The Alternative Trade Mandate Alliance is an alliance of currently almost 50 organisations, developing an alternative vision of European trade policy that puts people and planet before big business.

  18. Land challenges in Europe: from landgrabbing to land reform

    25 June 2013
    Article

    At the heart of the growing inequalities in Europe are the issues of land concentration and land grabbing. It is a critical subject and is having severe impacts on the prospects and viability of our communities.

  19. No hierarchy, equal access

    Sylvia Kay
    20 March 2013
    Article

    Horizontally structured initiatives, like farmer to farmer partnerships, are more equal forms of rural development than traditional public private partnerships (PPP). They provide equal access to technology and knowledge production, to land and markets.

  20. Forget Backloading and Scrap the ETS!

    03 July 2013
    Article

    Organisations and people's movements are opposing the EU attempt to reform the EU Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) as a measure that will merely further entrench fossil fuel use.

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