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China: sorrisos e lágrimas

Por Xulio Ríos

Se tiver sucesso, é possível que a China supere os EUA no âmbito econômico ainda na presente década. Mas não terá mérito algum, e, mais ainda, será motivo de grande preocupação, se seu modelo de desenvolvimento imita os padrões usados no Ocidente. Leia (...)

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Facebook and Twitter are not a game

By Abdeslam Baraka

Facebook is not a game. It is a means of communication that transcends borders, but does not supplant national or international legality concerning civil liberties and rights of association and expression. Choosing such means to spread one’s message, is and will be useful and effective, if the (...)

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Índios Waimiri-Atroari desaparecidos na Ditadura

Por Egydio Schwade

“É justo e necessário o país se mobilizar pelos desaparecidos políticos da Ditadura Militar no Brasil (1964-1984). Entretanto, por que não há o mesmo interesse na busca dos índios desaparecidos durante a Ditadura Militar por se oporem à política do governo sobre seus territórios?”. A denúncia e a (...)

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El difícil paso del tecnozoico al ecozoico

Por Leonardo Boff

Las grandes crisis conllevan grandes decisiones. Hay decisiones que significan vida o muerte para ciertas sociedades, instituciones o personas. La situación actual es la de un enfermo al cual el médico le dice: O controla usted sus altas tasas de colesterol y su presión o tendrá que enfrentarse a (...)

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The World Social Forum, Egypt, and Transformation

The World Social Forum (WSF) is alive and well. It just met in Dakar, Senegal from Feb. 6-11. By unforeseen coincidence, this was the week of the Egyptian people’s successful dethroning of Hosni Mubarak, which finally succeeded just as the WSF was in its closing session. The WSF spent the week (...)

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Kerala gets cautious

By Savvy Soumya Misra

Plans to ban extremely and moderately hazardous pesticides in cardamom district, Idukki.
Endosulfan poisoning in Kasaragod district has made the Kerala government cautious in its approach to use of pesticides. Agriculture minister M Retnakaran recently announced that the ban on extremely and (...)

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Encontro discute estratégias para a paz na Colômbia

Por Karol Assunção

Até amanhã (23), a capital da Argentina, Buenos Aires, é o centro das discussões sobre o conflito armado colombiano e a construção da paz com justiça. O "Encontro Internacional pela Paz na Colômbia” acontece desde ontem (21), no Hotel Pestana (avenida Carlos Pellegrini, 877), e conta com a presença de (...)

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As cordas que movem o conflito no Oriente Médio

Por Robert Fisk

Há uma mudança no mundo político, social e cultural do Oriente Médio. Criará muitas tragédias, levantará muitas esperanças e derramará demasiado sangue. Talvez seja melhor ignorar os analistas e seus think-tanks, cujos "especialistas” idiotas dominam os canais de televisão globais. Se os tchecos puderam (...)

Ending the crisis of capitalism or ending capitalism?

Samir Amin, November 2010, £16.95

With his usual verve and sharpness Samir Amin examines the factors that brought about the 2008 financial collapse and explores the systemic crisis of capitalism after two decades of neoliberal globalisation. He lays bare the relationship between dominating oligopolies and the globalisation of (...)

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Egypt’s revolution and Israel: "Bad for the Jews"

Ilan Pappe

The view from Israel is that if they indeed succeed, the Tunisian and Egyptian revolutions are bad, very bad. Educated Arabs — not all of them dressed as "Islamists," quite a few of them speaking perfect English whose wish for democracy is articulated without resorting to "anti-Western" rhetoric (...)

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Dams Threaten Aboriginal Tribe

By K. S. Harikrishnan

Over the years, the Kadars, a dwindling aboriginal tribe who live on the borders of the southern Indian states of Kerala and Tamil Nadu, have survived pestilences, extreme exploitation and even mass sterilisations. But a new government plan to build a hydroelectric dam across the Chalakudy (...)

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First people still come second

By Glenn Ashton

Namibia, Namaqualand and the Namib Desert are all named after the first people who lived in that area, the Nama. Where are the Nama today? The reality is that they have largely become forgotten bit players in a complex world.
The indigenous people of various nations, descended from traditional (...)

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Cazadores de la medicina perdida

By Humberto Márquez

Millones de enfermos de cáncer en el mundo podrán beneficiarse del medicamento taxol (paclitaxel), elaborado por laboratorios de Estados Unidos a partir de hongos como los de las montañas tepuy de Venezuela, sin retribuir nada a las comunidades indígenas que habitan esos paisajes desde tiempo (...)

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Creation of native reserves slowed down under Lula

By Fabíola Ortiz

In Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva’s eight years as president of Brazil, he signed decrees creating just 88 indigenous reserves, far fewer than his immediate predecessors. That figure comes from the governmental National Indian Foundation (FUNAI) and the Indigenous Missionary Council (CIMI), which (...)

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Révision des lois de bioéthique : Quels changements en vue ?

Par Evelyne Deret

Le Parlement entame cette semaine les débats sur la révision des lois de bioéthique de 2004. Après trois ans de consultation, le débat se cristallise sur trois points clés : la filiation, les inégalités d’accès à la procréation assistée et la gestation pour autrui. Doit-on s’attendre à une révision ou à de (...)

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Foro Social Mundial después de Dakar: entre la necesidad y la realidad

Por Esther Vivas

El Foro Social Mundial (FSM) concluyó su última edición en Dakar (Senegal). Unas 75 mil personas, una cifra muy importante, de organizaciones y movimientos sociales de todo el planeta se dieron cita, del 6 al 11 de febrero, en un proceso/evento que se afirma imprescindible en el marco de la actual (...)

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"La liberté de circulation s’impose comme une évidence"

"Pourquoi compter les morts de la migration ? Pourquoi se livrer à cette comptabilité macabre en tentant, en l’absence de données officielles, de rassembler les chiffres que parviennent difficilement à recueillir les ONG ?
Parce que les victimes de la « guerre aux migrants » sont aujourd’hui une (...)

, por Inter Press Service (IPS)

Foro Social Mundial : El difícil espacio del feminismo

Por Thandi Winston

Aunque el camino hacia la gran tienda verde era polvoriento y bastante confuso, al llegar allí fue fácil sumirse en la versión sonora de la Torre de Babel. Las voces femeninas buscaban su lugar en el Foro Social Mundial.
La tienda de campaña, oculta entre el viento y el polvo, a cierta distancia (...)