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  1. Extractivism and resistance in North Africa

    • Hamza Hamouchene
    20 November 2019
    Report

    Northern African countries are key suppliers of natural resources to the global economy, from large- scale oil and gas extraction in Algeria and Tunisia, to phosphate mining in Tunisia and Morocco, to water-intensive agribusiness paired with tourism in Morocco and Tunisia. The commodification of nature and privatisation of resources entailed in these projects has led to serious environmental damages, and forced these countries into a subservient position in the global economy, sustaining and deepening global inequalities.

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    Glasgow: time for soul-searching

    Praful Bidwai
    16 July 2007
    Article
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    Unlevel Playing Field: Burma’s Election Landscape

    30 September 2010
    Policy briefing

    "Opposition parties participating in the process view boycotting the elections as a strategic mistake. The only way forward for them is to play a better game of chess, making the best strategic use of the limited space available."

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    An Agenda for Justice

    John Cavanagh, Phyllis Bennis
    03 April 2003
    Article
  5. Russia is withdrawing from Syria - and the U.S. should follow suit

    Phyllis Bennis
    15 March 2016
    Article

    In a surprise announcement on March 14, Russian president Vladimir Putin announced that the Russians were withdrawing “most of our military” from Syria beginning immediately.
     

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    Justice is no half-way house

    Praful Bidwai
    11 August 2007
    Article
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    Truth, justice, and the un-American way

    John Cavanagh
    05 December 2006
    Article
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    Boumediene v. Bush: Guantánamo and justice

    Peter Weiss
    30 June 2008
    Article
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    La política israelí da mala fama a los judíos

    Saul Landau
    05 March 2009
    Article
  10. Justice or Vengeance: lessons from Bin Laden's death

    Phyllis Bennis
    02 May 2011
    Article

    Vengeance may have been wreaked on the infamous Al Qaeda leader, but as long as deadly U.S. wars continue in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq, and beyond, justice has not been done.

  11. Wikileaks: War, diplomacy and the search for Ban Ki-Moon's toothbrush

    Phyllis Bennis
    07 December 2010
    Article

    The wikileak cables do not include shocking revelations that reverse our understanding of global issues, but they are an ineffably sad body of evidence that President Obama’s promise to change US' interaction on global stage remains unfulfilled.

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    Justice in Madrid: the “11M” verdict

    Fred Halliday
    05 November 2007
    Article
  13. Mubarak behind bars: Human rights and justice

    Phyllis Bennis
    15 August 2011
    Article

    Human rights standards may not be met in this trial, but the more essential purpose is to prove there's no going back to the days prior to the Tahrir revolution.

  14. How a Washington assassination brought Pinochet's terror state to justice

    06 March 2020 - Event

    This lecture by Alan McPherson is co-hosted by CEDLA and TNI and is part of a CEDLA lecture series. This event is free and open for all to join.

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    "Peace and Justice Movement has an enormous possibility"

    Phyllis Bennis, Aleksej Scira
    07 July 2003
    Article
  16. After the Paris Attacks, a Call for Justice—Not Vengeance

    Phyllis Bennis
    16 November 2015
    Article

     The years after September 11 are a powerful reminder that an “all-out war” on terror only creates more terrorism.

  17. Secrecy, Truth, & the Struggle for Peace & Justice: Reflections on the WikiLeaks Revelations

    Tom Reifer
    08 December 2010
    Article

    The WikiLeaks saga demonstrates that secrecy plus power results in corruption and crime, and that an informed citizenry is essential to prevent our's from becoming a society where civil liberties are a pipe dream and torture is the norm.

  18. Guantanamo, Torture, and the Perversion of Justice: Obama’s New Executive Order

    Tom Reifer
    16 March 2011
    Article

    President Obama ratifies Bush (again): orders indefinite detention without charge for political prisoners at Guantanamo Bay and other torture sites.

  19. Civil society wants social protection for Southeast Asians

    Veronica Uy
    18 October 2012
    In the media

    Civil society participants to the AEPF are demanding that their governments provide a “rights-based, universal, state-underwritten, legislated, and comprehensive” social protection system. 

  20. A Peoples' vision for a just and inclusive Asia and Europe

    16 October 2014
    Article

    One week before the official Asia-Europe government meeting (ASEM) gathers in Milan, over 400 people from 42 countries in Europe and Asia gathered at the 10th Asia-Europe Peoples forum (AEPF) to present their demands and recommendations.

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