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Commentary, December, 27 2004
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World financial volatility
Znet Article, December, 23 2004
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Hope at Midnight
Znet Article, December, 22 2004
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Recently, Left Hook co-editor M. Junaid Alam was able to fire off some questions to Stan Goff, a former US Special Forces Master Sergeant with more than two decades of military experience who is now heavily involved in anti-war work with Military ...
Znet Article, December, 19 2004
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Cochabamba, Bolivia -- Five years ago the issue of water privatization exploded here when massive public protests forced out the California engineering giant, Bechtel. Within weeks of taking over the city's public water company Bechtel hiked up...
Znet Article, December, 05 2004
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They sent a water-privatizing multinational packing, and chased an ultra-neoliberal president all the way to Miami. Now they have come head-to-head with the ultimate goliath of globalization. The people of Bolivia â€” stalwarts on the front ...
Commentary, November, 26 2004
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In a world dominated by fear and fragmentation, dispensability and despair a magical gathering of food communities Ð Terra Madre Ð took place in Turin, Italy, from 20-22 October 2004. Slow Food, the movement that has put the culture of growing and...
Znet Article, November, 24 2004
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Two weeks after George Bush's reelection, Porter J. Goss, the newly appointed Director of Central Intelligence, wrote an internal ...
Znet Article, November, 23 2004
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Donald Rumsfeld visited Nicaragua last week. The apparent reason why seemed to be to offer moral support to President Enrique BolaÃ±os after his disastrous showing in Nicaragua's recent municipal elections. Like US catspaws President Gutierrez of ...
Znet Article, November, 16 2004
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There continue to be credible allegations of fraud, particularly in the vote count in the state of Ohio, but most of the United States, including the Democratic Party, has recognized that George W. Bush has been reelected to the presidency with a ...
Commentary, November, 15 2004
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In the summer of 1960 the 32 year old Dr. Ernesto â€œCheâ€ Guevara agreed to meet some US students at his presidentâ€™s office in Cubaâ€™s National Bank. Fidel had recently appointed him to that unlikely post. Like most ev...
Commentary, November, 10 2004
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One of the first thoughts I had after I learned that Kerry was conceding to Bush was of something the late Dave Dellinger once said. I was with him in a group that was on a hunger strike in the summer of 1972, protesting the escalation of the war ...
Znet Article, November, 07 2004
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It's official now. The Sydney Peace Foundation is neck deep in the business of gambling and calculated risk. Last year, very courageously, it chose Dr Hanan Ashrawi of Palestine for the Sydney Peace Prize. And, as if that were not enough, this yea...
Znet Article, November, 05 2004
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Itâ€™s been ten years since the Zapatistas of Chiapas, Mexico, launched their rebellion to create â€˜a world where many worlds fitâ€™. Once the darlings of progressive movements around the world, the continuing struggle and devel...
Znet Article, November, 01 2004
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The Last Czar On October 20, in revenge for Bolivian President Carlos Mesaâ€™a approval of the â€œtrial of responsibilities,â€ congressional representatives affiliated with former president Gonzalo SÃ¡nchez de Lozadaâ€™s ...
Znet Article, October, 21 2004
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The US and its allies are teaching a new generation of courageous, creative, generous people to harden their hearts against them throughout the Middle East. As the child-killing, family-destroying troops and airmen of the mass murderers in Washing...
Znet Article, October, 17 2004
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One year after the protests which ousted President Gonzalo Sanchez de Lozado from power, Bolivians once again lined the streets demanding more change in their country. Periodicals across the country ran reviews of the progress or lack there-of wh...
Znet Article, September, 30 2004
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Tear gas rises in plumes from a crowd assembled on Cusco's busiest street, Avenida del Sol, directly across from the Inca and colonial Spanish ruins of Qorikancha. Today, Peru's cultural capital is not the Machu Picchu paradise expected by most to...
Znet Article, September, 23 2004
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We are assembled here in Beirut at a critical moment. It is a moment marked by crosscurrents: In Iraq, the US gets deeper and deeper into a Vietnam-style quagmire, with the number of American soldiers killed since the March 20, 2003 invasion passi...
Znet Article, September, 20 2004
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The Bush Regime's economic blueprint for Cuba
Znet Article, August, 25 2004
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On Sunday, August 15th Venezuela lined up to vote. Beginning as early...