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    Japanese welcome

    Susan George
    28 June 2008
    Article
  3. Fifa Forbids Free Speech At World Cup Fan Fest

    Patrick Bond
    19 July 2010
    Article

    The South African government's repression of both street traders and political protest during the World Cup showed that corporations increasingly have more rights than citizens.

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    The Heiligendamm lesson

    Boris Kagarlitsky
    15 June 2007
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    Uprooted: Foreign military bases and forced displacement

    Wilbert van der Zeijden
    17 November 2009
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    Expulsion, or displacement, directly caused by the decision of a government to make way for a military base, is but one of the many problems local communities face when they are confronted with a foreign military presence.

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    Pinochet and the Caravan of Death

    Kevin Reid
    01 December 2001
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    Stacie Jonas, Coordinator of the Bring Pinochet to Justice Campaign run by the Institute for Policy Studies in Washington, DC, answers questions about the ongoing case against Gen. Augusto Pinochet in Chile.

  7. Greeks protest against privatisation of water

    Leaked EU memorandum reveals renewed attempt at imposing water privatisation on Greece

    Satoko Kishimoto, Olivier Hoedeman
    24 August 2015
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    The stubborn and aggressive imposition of privatisation by Troika goes against the will of Greek citizens and represents a direct attack on democracy.

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    Feed the world

    Tristram Stuart
    17 October 2009
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    The recent food crisis in many poor countries is due to the dismantlement of the developing nations’ state support for local agriculture, and opening up to liberalised international food trade, as promoted by the international financial institutions.

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    The Battle of Genoa

    Walden Bello
    23 July 2001
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    Learning Nandigram lessons

    Praful Bidwai
    24 March 2007
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    This Tall Ship Has a Bloody, Brutal History

    Stacie Jonas
    17 November 2005
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    Where Roads don't Connect but Divide

    Praful Bidwai
    18 July 2005
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    The way we were: reflections on summit protest, rituals, new technologies and networks

    Centro de Investigación sobre Drogas y Derechos Humanos (CIDDH), Gemma Galdon Clavell
    25 May 2007
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    US Probe of Pinochet Reopend

    Vernon Loeb, David A. Vise
    23 March 2000
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    The US Justice Department has reopened a grand jury investigation aimed at indicting Gen. Augusto Pinochet for a notorious 1976 car bombing that killed former Chilean ambassador Orlando Letelier.

  16. Thailand

    19 September 2011
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    Despite the provisions in the Narcotic Addict Rehabilitation Act (2002), laws remain in force which lead to the arrest and charges for offences under previous Acts (1975, 1976, 1979). Thus the policy that stipulates that people who use drugs or are dependent on drugs should be “treated as patients, not criminals” is contradicted by existing legal practices that establish criminal liability for mere consumption of drugs. However, the Thai government is now on the verge of adopting a national harm reduction policy to prevent HIV and other blood-borne virus transmission in the near future.

     

  17. Discover the dark side of Investment

    27 June 2012
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    Introduction to the international investment regime, including key facts, links to useful resources and ideas for action.

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    Et Tu, Daniel? The Sandinista Revolution Betrayed

    Roger Burbach
    01 March 2009
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    Assessing the Latin American Left (part 2)

    Patrick Bond
    23 June 2004
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