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    Posada in his Miami Beach apartment

    Saul Landau
    03 May 2007
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    A modest proposal

    Saul Landau, Farrah Hassen
    19 October 2006
    Article
  3. Intervention of Bolivia at the 2008 Commission on Narcotic Drugs

    12 March 2008

    With a "Causachun coca! (quechua), viva la coca. Long life to coca leaf!" the vice-minister of Foreign Affairs of Bolivia Hugo Fernandez ended his intervention at the Commission on Narcotic Drugs (CND). He protested against the request of the International Narcotics Control Board (INCB) to eliminate the traditional use of coca, such as coca chewing and coca tea. Fernandez denounced the lack of respect of the Board. He red the letter President Evo Morales sent to UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon.

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    Pinochet Indictment Reinstated by Chile

    Pascale Bonnefoy
    30 January 2001
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    A Chilean magistrate reinstated the indictment and house arrest of Gen. Augusto Pinochet on charges stemming from the killing of 57 political prisoners and the disappearance of 18 others.

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    Challenges and dilemmas of the public intellectual

    Walden Bello
    11 April 2008
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    Truth is not just there, it is made real and ratified by action, but although to realize it and bring about a more just order one needs power, the truth cannot be allowed to be ensnared by power in the process. This is the role of public intellectual: to point out truths that are not convenient from the point of view of one’s politics.

  8. Letter Evo Morales to UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon

    08 March 2008

    In response to the 2007 annual report of the International Narcotics Control Board (INCB), which called on countries to 'abolish or prohibit coca leaf chewing and the manufacture of coca tea', President Evo Morales of Bolivia sent a letter to the Secretary General of the United Nations, Ban Ki-Moon to express profound concern and discontent with the INCB in relation to the coca leaf, the practice of chewing it and the other traditional uses that have 3,000 years of history and are fully legally recognised in Bolivia.

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    Pinochet Vows to Fight Extradition as Spain Widens Charges

    Alan Cowell
    20 October 1998
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    The surprising arrest of General Pinochet late last Friday as he recovered from back surgery in a London clinic has stoked a political feud between government and opposition.

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    Release Secret Documents Now

    Marcus Raskin
    13 December 2006
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    The DC Sniper and the War Against Terrorism

    Saul Landau
    18 July 2005
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    US Wants to Question Pinochet About Bombing

    Frank Davies
    07 November 1998
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    High-level US officials are discussing a possible extradition request to bring Augusto Pinochet, the former Chilean strongman now held in London, to the United States to face questions the terrorist attack that killed Orlando Letelier and Ronni Moffitt.

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    Smug Nuclear South Asians

    Praful Bidwai
    18 July 2005
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  16. The land of national health care

    aleksej
    31 March 2010
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    Britain’s National Health Service is much more effective than the US’ privately-run system. But Britons may not be spared the US’ healthcare nightmare for much longer.

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    Support our troops: It costs nothing

    Saul Landau
    01 August 2006
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    War For Hegemony, Not Justice

    Praful Bidwai
    18 July 2005
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