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General News

The Bubble Has Just Begun to Burst .The worst day & the worst week on NASDAQ in history. Go

Are the Tech Stocks bouncing back? Go

It’s not cricket!! Go

Who cares? Go

We could have the leisure society if we wanted it.

World Affairs

Remembering Rhodesia Go

Could South Africa be next? Go

ZIMBABWE'S economy may be on the brink of a complete meltdown. Go

Track the stories from Zimbabwe. Go

A Country profile of Zimbabwe. Go

The United Nations and the Ethiopian government are at loggerheads. Go

Myanmar and Premier Oil. Go

Echelon Watch

Police admit liability for search. Go

Dr. David Small investigated for 15 years.  Go

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology

Fran Wilde’s statement Go

A declaration made on the fringes of a conference in China was ground-breaking, in more ways than one. Go

A jury failed to decide if 28 Greenpeace protesters had broken the law when they pulled up £750-worth of GM maize. The final outcome . Go

World Trade Organisation

During the gravest global economic crisis in a half-century. I saw how the IMF, in tandem with the U.S. Treasury Department, responded. And I was appalled. (the former head of the World bank) Go

Corporate-Watch on Washington action Go

On the other hand… Policy.com on the World bank et al. Go

On another hand. Zmag on Washington and next, Prague. Go

And of course IndyMedia Go

Who are the protesters? Go

But … the World Trade Organisation is good for the poor. Go

Annan blasts 'shameful' imbalance in globalization. Go

Listen to Mother. Go

Twelve reasons why the World Bank and IMF must be shut down. Go

Anti-global protest an exercise in futility. Go

Public Broadcasting

 

Defence Policy

The Clinton administration is pitching its proposed $1.6 billion gift to the Colombian military as a way to stem the flow of cocaine to the US. Go

East Timor

Jakarta deplores Aussie spy. Go

Indonesian military discussing its new role?? Go

The new Timor Gap. Will Australia now break with the past? Go

Public & Mental Health

(Neo-liberal) health reforms 'detrimental' to cancer screening. Go

Environmentalism

At the Whaling wall. Go

Mite has beekeepers doing sums. Go

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