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LOCAL News :: Environment
New England confronts Bush with climate change plans
18 Dec 2003
The Bush administration says it needs 10 years to decide whether to take action on global warming -- but Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Vermont have begun their own plans to address climate-change.
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Commentary :: DNC
The Demonization of Slobodan Milosevic
18 Dec 2003
Another brilliant article by political analyst Michael Parenti challenging the orthodox viewpoints about the causes of the disintegration of Yugoslavia.
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News :: DNC
GOOD NEWS " Imagine " Creating A Global Network of Community Centers and People
18 Dec 2003
In Every Neighborhood, Village, Town, City, Tribe... Around the World

All Connected Together, Working Together to Create,

One Global Community
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Commentary :: Environment
BTL:Saddam's Capture Unlikely to End Iraqi Insurgent Resistance...
18 Dec 2003 U.S. Occupation. Interview with Greg Palast, BBC-TV investigative reporter, conducted by Between the Lines' Scott Harris
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Commentary :: Human Rights
Arab liberals - endangered species
18 Dec 2003
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Commentary :: Environment
GLOBALIZATION, TIME AND ANGUISH- “Diez horas con la globalización”(google)
18 Dec 2003
According to the book-“DIEZ HORAS CON LA GLOBALIZACIÓN”(google,amazon,yahoo,Foro-los retos de la globalización, netbiblo,,
“ Nowadays time escapes from our lives, without us being able to catch it, as a result of an apparent acceleration of the vital-global process. We are offered numbers and percentages but they are all uncertain, they are obsolete, and have lost present value while they are facilitated to us”.
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Commentary :: DNC : DNC : Human Rights
The UN and Trial of Saddam H.
17 Dec 2003
Summary: Saddam in captivity, even Charles Taylor in exile as well as the U.S. victorious all pose the questions: Who should be prosecuted for crimes against humanity? Do the moral spoils of war belong to the victor alone? What is sovereignty without liberation? This is one of half a dozen critical tests of the role of the United Nations and International Court – overshadowed by the recent history of US unilateralism . . .

An international criminal court held in Iraq can be organized by Iraqi prosecutors for the Iraqi people. Prosecution of the victors is, however, a matter to take up at The Hague, with or without the US signature on the ICC accords.
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News :: International
Bin Laden suggested attack against U.S. military base in Turkey, but activists changed plans
17 Dec 2003
Fevzi Yitiz told interrogators that Osama bin Laden approved attacks in Turkey only if Turks were not killed, but instead operatives bombed two synagogues, a London-based bank and the British Consulate-- killing over 60 people, mostly Muslims.
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News :: Human Rights
17 Dec 2003
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Interview :: Environment : Environment : Gender : Human Rights
We Can Do This: Direct Action against Global Capitalism and US Imperialism; an interview with Ingrid Chapman
17 Dec 2003
We Can Do This: Direct Action against Global Capitalism and US Imperialism
An interview with Ingrid Chapman
By Chris Crass

Ingrid Chapman has been involved in direct action organizing for the past 4 years. At 23, she has helped pull off successful mass actions, worked with thousands of activists around the country and bases her work in the question, "How do we build broad based movements capable of challenging global capitalism and US imperialism?" While it is easy to get depressed about the state of the world these days, those in power would also like us to forget that the largest anti-war movement in history was mobilized this past year and that global movements for justice are standing up against capitalism. Ingrid Chapman is one of the many younger generation radicals developing visionary politics and strategic practice to build our movements.
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