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  2. About Myanmar in Focus

    20 May 2010

    TNI's Myanmar in Focus project strengthens (ethnic) civil society and political actors to deal with the challenges brought about by the rapid opening-up of the country, while also working to bring about an inclusive and sustainable peace. TNI has developed a unique expertise on Myanmar’s ethnic regions, and through its programme is bringing the whole Institute’s work on agrarian justice, alternative development and a humane drugs policy together.

       
  3. About War and Pacification

    29 September 2009

  4. About drug law reform in Colombia

    29 July 2012
    Primer

    Although the legislative trend in Colombia has tended towards the criminalization of possession and consumption of psychoactive substances, decriminalization prevailed when it comes to jurisprudence. In addition, while the government of former President Álvaro Uribe Vélez (2002-2010) insisted on prohibiting, persecuting and punishing drug consumption through legislative and judicial channels, the country’s health sector, influenced by more progressive trends for dealing with consumption, made important progress in the areas of risk and harm reduction.

  5. About drug law reform in Mexico

    31 December 2012
    Primer

    Mexico is the Latin American country that has bore the highest costs from the War on Drugs, suffering from high national rates of violence, corruption in state institutions, and an increase in the power of organised crime groups. As with other countries in the region, implementation of a prohibitionist drug law approach has had the adverse effect of increasing the number of people held in prison for minor drug offences. This page summarises the latest developments in the debate on drug law and drug policy in Mexico.

  6. A political anatomy of land grabs

    Kevin Woods
    10 March 2014
    Article

    The phrase “land grab” has become common in Myanmar, often making front page news. This reflects the more open political space available to talk about injustices, as well as the escalating severity and degree of land dispossession under the new government.

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    The Political Demand for Change

    Susan George
    27 February 1995
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    GATS and Corporate Political Power

    Erik Wesselius
    18 May 2006
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    Towards a New Green Deal

    Susan George, Ashley Dawson
    07 July 2008
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    Local activism is an important contribution to a struggle for a just and sustainable planet, but the scale of the climate crisis is such that only long-term, legally binding commitments can make a change. We need a new Keynesianism for the environment.
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    Bolivia’s New Constitution

    05 February 2009
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    Against a barrage of opposition media propaganda funded by Bolivia’s elites, the new constitution was approved with 61% of the popular vote. Bolivia was once the prized pupil for its wholesale application of policies encouraged by the IMF and the World Bank. Now it is one of the countries articulating an alternative.
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    Networked Politics: lines of inquiry

    01 January 2007
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    The Politics of Climate change and the Global crisis

    • Praful Bidwai
    12 January 2012
    Book

    Praful Bidwai's last book, in which he addressed the impacts of climate change and the politics of the international climate negotiations; and challenged lndia as an 'emerging economy' major polluter to aid rather than obstruct the fight against climate change.

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    Prurience and prudery or simply, U.S. politics

    Saul Landau
    03 April 2008
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    Economics as ideology: challenging expert political power

    • Elaine Coburn
    19 January 2016
    Report

    Economics often appears boring, but this narrow, mostly male dominated profession decides on matters intimately bound up with questions of power, democracy and vital matters of health, education, social welfare and the environment. Meaningful democracy requires the participation of ordinary people in economic debates, so that they can shape their own lives in solidarity with others.

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    "Stopping a New War with Iraq"

    Phyllis Bennis, Steven Rosenfeld
    08 August 2002
    Article
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    Feeling calmer than in New York

    Saul Landau
    22 March 2007
    Article

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