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  1. Newsletter archives

    01 October 2009

    Archives of TNI's newsletter

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    National Security Archives

    17 November 2005
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    Pinochet Watch archives

    15 June 2006
    Article

    Archives of Pinochet Watch, a former electronic news service of the Institute for Policy Studies.

  4. The Letelier archive

    01 June 2016
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    On 21 September 1976 Chilean secret service agents set off a car bomb in Washington DC killing TNI's director, Orlando Letelier along with Ronni Moffitt, a fundraiser for the Institute for Policy Studies. Here you will find an overview of dossiers, articles and news related to this brutal assassination, from the steps taken to bring the persons primarily responsible for his assassination to justice, to the The Letelier-Moffitt Human Rights Awards: An award given in honor of our fallen colleagues while celebrating new heroes of the human rights movement from the United States and the Americas.

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    SAUL LANDAU

    21 September 2006
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    Saul Landau

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    TNI Senior Fellow and former Director of TNI (1976), Landau was an award-winning filmmaker, journalist and author. Landau wrote on US politics and foreign policy and produced more than forty films on social, political and historical issues, and worldwide human rights. He died from cancer at age 77 on September 9 2013....

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    A modest proposal

    Saul Landau, Farrah Hassen
    19 October 2006
    Article
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    Bolivian government proposals

    03 July 2006
    Article
  9. Saul Landau on IPS & the Letelier-Moffitt Assassination

    23 February 2013
    Multi-media

    Saul Landau retraces the history of the Letelier-Moffitt assassination. Operatives of Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet detonated a car bomb on Sheridan Circle in the heart of Washington D.C.'s Embassy Row, killing IPS colleagues Orlando Letelier, a former Chilean diplomat, and Ronni Karpen Moffitt, a development associate. 

  10. TNI mourns loss of filmmaker activist Saul Landau

    11 September 2013
    Article

    TNI and Institute for Policy Studies staff and friends are mourning the loss of Saul Landau, an award-winning filmmaker, author, poet, and fearless human rights activist. Saul was an IPS Fellow and TNI Senior Fellow for many years.

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    Bolivian Proposal

    01 August 2006
    Article
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    Proposal for the Helsinki Process

    Susan George
    15 November 2005
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    On the New Sanctions Proposals

    Phyllis Bennis
    18 July 2005
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  15. Call for Proposals

    13 January 2014
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    BICAS calls for proposals for small research grants on BRICS and MICs in their regions; BRICS and MICs in relation to the old hubs of global capital; China in Focus.

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    The Bush Proposal to the United Nations

    Phyllis Bennis
    22 May 2006
    Article
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  18. An inspirational proposal from Ecuador

    Martin Jelsma
    03 March 2008
    Article

    On 21-23 February we organised our now seventh ‘informal drug policy dialogue’, this time in collaboration with the Ecuadorian government and with WOLA (Washington Office on Latin America). Government officials were present from seven Latin American countries, in total some 45 persons participated in the meeting. Much of the agenda was focussed on the preparations for the upcoming UNGASS review process in Vienna. One of the most inspiring themes was Ecuador's  proposal to pardon drug couriers.

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    Mayors reject legal cannabis proposal

    04 March 2013
    Other news

    In Copenhagen, a majority of City Council dreams of legally selling cannabis from pharmacies throughout the city to residents who are over 18 and have a home address within the council's borders. The justice minister, Morten Bødskov (S), has already rejected City Council's proposal to legalise hash for a trial period, but in two weeks City Council will host a conference on the legalisation of cannabis.

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    A bold proposal for a new economy

    John Cavanagh
    16 February 2009
    Article

    The free market guru Milton Friedman understood what so many progressives do not: that crises create opportunities for radical change.  From low-wage workers, to local entrepreneurs, from independent thinking elected officials to the global networks that brought you the Battle in Seattle a decade ago, there's a new questioning of the Wall Street-based economy.

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