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  1. Asia-Europe Peoples' AEPF10 Forum

    10 October 2014 - Event
  2. Towards a Just and Inclusive Asia and Europe

    14 October 2014
    Declaration

    The 10th Asia Europe People’s Forum (AEPF10) tackled five major themes, or People’s Visions, which represent AEPF’s hopes for citizens of the ASEM member countries and the communities they live in. This is their final declaration.

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    Making Land Rights Accessible:

    Jennifer Franco
    01 April 2006
    Article
  5. To rebuild lives,

    Praful Bidwai
    08 July 2010
    Article

    The Bhopal GoM’s proposals fall short of recommending the minimum the victims deserve in reparation. They also fail to hold Carbide’s and its successor Dow’s feet to the fire.

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    Die Kalaschnikow-Kultur in Karachi

    Jochen Hippler
    22 July 1996
    Article
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    Dealing with Burma

    Praful Bidwai
    15 October 2007
    Article
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    Retrograde shift

    Praful Bidwai
    02 October 2010
    Article

    Manmohan Singh is intent on shifting Congress and UPA politics rightwards. Whether and how Sonia Gandhi resists this will determine the Congress' future.

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    Chinese Agrarian Capitalism in the Russian Far East

    • Jiayi Zhou
    18 May 2015
    Paper

    Since the liberalization of the Sino-Soviet border, Chinese peasants, migrants, and investors have been actively engaged in agriculture in the Russian Far East (RFE). These range from agricultural laborers contracted by labor-exporting firms, to farmers who have set up their own small and medium-sized farms.

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    Conflict and Violence in the Educational Process

    Khurshid Hasanain, A. H. Nayyar
    01 December 1996
    Article
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    Law and the Pathology of Nuclearism

    Peter Weiss
    01 August 1998
    Article
  13. Contested spaces, political practices, and Hindutva: Spatial upheaval and authoritarian populism in Noida, India

    • Ritanjan Das, Nilotpal Kumar, Praveen Priyadarshi
    15 March 2018
    Paper

    This paper explores if and how the dynamic of authoritarian populism relates to concrete spaces – as already produced through the process of accumulation – from the grounded vantage of Noida, a city adjacent to New Delhi.

  14. The Hidden Costs of RCEP and corporate trade deals in Asia

    • Cecilia Olivet, Kat Moore, Sam Cossar-Gilbert, Natacha Cingotti
    08 December 2016
    Report

    The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) trade deal under negotiation between 16 Asian countries would grant corporations exclusive rights to sue governments at international tribunals. This report reveals that investors have launched 50 lawsuits at secret international arbitration tribunals against governments negotiating the RCEP agreement for a total of at least $31 billion US dollars. These lawsuits provide a warning of the potential high costs of the proposed RCEP trade deal. RCEP will deepen the rights of investors and lock in place this system of privatised justice.

  15. Rethinking Corporatization and Public Services in the Global South

    16 March 2015
    Book

    After three decades of privatization and anti-state rhetoric, government ownership and public management are back in vogue.

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    Introduction

    01 December 1996
    Article
  17. September 11th Didn't Change the World. September 12th Did

    Phyllis Bennis
    12 September 2011
    Article

    It wasn’t the events of September 11th that changed the world, but the events of September 12th and beyond, when the Bush administration took the world to war in response; that changed the world, and continues to threaten U.S. and global security, and shred U.S. democracy.

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    US Election Verdict Imperils India Nuclear Deal

    Praful Bidwai
    09 November 2006
    Article
  19. Human Rights as a Key Issue in the Indonesia-EU Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement

    • Rachmi Hertanti
    07 September 2017
    Report

    This paper explores the potential impacts of an Indonesia-EU CEPA on human rights in Indonesia and the state’s duty to protect human rights.

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