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  1. 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.

  2. TNI in 2014: an interactive account

    11 September 2015
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    Democratise from below and save Europe's Economy

    16 February 2012
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    As the EU Commission, pressured by big business, perpetuates rather than resolves economic and democratic crises, where can we look for alternatives, and for action? What should Greece do to resist? What can we learn from the radical political movements of the 1960s and '70s, and from the new movements that are gaining momentum across Europe? How can we stop the next wave of commodification of the atmosphere under the guise of a "green economy"

  4. Newsletter 21 August 2013

    21 August 2013
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    Our highlights of the past weeks

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    The Jeb Connection - Part I

    Saul Landau
    18 July 2005
    Article
  6. Twenty Years on, the Wa-Burmese Cease-fire looks shakier

    Tom Kramer
    24 April 2009
    Article
    The recent tension between the United Wa State Army (UWSA) and the Burmese military Government has led to speculation about a renewal of the armed conflict. Tom Kramer examines the two decades of cease fire.
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    Ending Plutocracy: A 12-Step Program

    Sarah Anderson, Sam Pizzigati
    16 June 2008
    Article
  9. Guerres de frontera (Catalan)

    • Mark Akkerman
    04 July 2016
    Report

    Mentres desenes de milers de refugiats moren intentant arribar a Europa fugint de la violència, alguns actors s'enriqueixen amb la seva tragèdia. Aquest informe denuncia les empreses militars i de seguretat que s'han beneficiat amb la crisi, primer venent armes i, després, obtenint contractes multimil·lionaris per subministrar equips i tecnologia de vigilància de fronteres.

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    Can the whole world be fed?

    Elizabeth Schulte
    23 May 2008
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    A Post Election Rant

    Saul Landau
    15 November 2005
    Article
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    Bush Tries Farce as Cuba Policy

    Saul Landau
    01 May 2006
    Article
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    It’s the Budget Stupid!

    Saul Landau
    18 July 2005
    Article
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    Revulsion, Disgust in India at the War

    Praful Bidwai
    18 July 2005
    Article
  16. Partners in Crime

    • P. Gallahue, R.Saucier, Damon Barrett
    20 June 2012

    Millions of dollars in international aid for drug enforcement is spent in countries with extremely poor human rights records and with little or no accountability for the resulting abuses, according to a this investigative report  carried out by the UK-based drugs and human rights organisation, Harm Reduction International. The report tracks drug enforcement funding from donor states, often via the United Nations, to countries where executions, arbitrary detention, physical abuse and slave labour are weapons in the war on drugs.

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    Sunni, Shi’a and the “Trotskyists of Islam”

    Fred Halliday
    14 February 2007
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    Sunni, Shi’a and the “Trotskyists of Islam”

    Fred Halliday
    09 February 2007
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  19. Indian prime minister Narendra Modi on March 15, 2016. Narendra Modi / Flickr

    Hindutva’s Forward March

    Achin Vanaik
    23 September 2017
    Article

    This March, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) won regional elections in four out of five states, including Uttar Pradesh (UP). This huge prize represents a qualitative advance for the party and the Hindu nationalist Sangh Parivar it represents, giving greater legitimacy to their long-term goal of establishing a Hindu state in all but name.

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    Re-visioning global governance: constraining the power of MNCs

    Harris Gleckman
    13 April 2016
    Opinion

    Multinational corporations (MNCs) have eclipsed nation-states in their power and ability to set the international agenda. Four options for controlling corporate dominance over global governance.  

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