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, by Tehelka

The making of Osama bin Laden

It had to happen. Osama bin Laden had been the target of the longest, most intense manhunt in history. Never before had the most powerful nation in the world concentrated so much of its time, energy and resources to hunt down one man. And never before had the hunters been able to deploy the (...)

, por TNI

Jugando con fuego

En la apuesta por la energía nuclear la humanidad se parece a la mariposa que revolotea alrededor de la llama. Al menor descuido se le queman las alas.
Los enormes riesgos y desventajas que conllevan la generación de energía nuclear no ha sido un obstáculo para su proliferación. En la actualidad (...)

, par Investig’Action

Acquis sociaux d’après-guerre : que reste-t-il ?

Par Raoul Marc Jennar

Aborder la question des valeurs, c’est, inévitablement, s’inscrire dans le débat d’idées et, s’agissant de la manière dont s’organise une société, on ne doit pas craindre d’affirmer qu’on se trouve en présence d’une véritable bataille des idées.
Certes, il peut se trouver que des valeurs soient communément (...)

, by IPS

Responsible travel means not "haggling over wooden beads"

By Hilaire Avril

Tourism as a concern found its way onto the agenda of the 1992 Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro because of its potential for development but also due to its adverse effects on some populations and natural resources, particularly in Africa.
Sustainable tourism was defined at the summit as tourism (...)

, by IPS

Theatre as HIV Prevention Tool in Native Communities

By Danilo Valladares

Poverty, lack of access to education and taboos about sexuality have hampered campaigns for the prevention and control of HIV/AIDS among indigenous communities in Guatemala. These constraints have led to the development of new ways of communicating vital information, like theatre.
"We put on a (...)

, by Indian Country Today

Indian Media is a Sovereign Right

By Joseph Orozco

Thanks to the budget-cutting fervor sweeping Capitol Hill, the Public Telecommunication Facilities Program could be zeroed out this year. The PTFP funds 75% of the construction of new stations; more than 30 new Native radio licensees were expecting PTFP public radio funds in the next two years. (...)

, por ADITAL

Conflitos envolvendo a água cresceram 93,3%, aponta estudo da CPT

Por Tatiana Félix

José Maria Filho era a maior liderança social da região da Chapada do Apodi, no interior do Ceará. Ele estava presente nas manifestações sociais denunciando as violações dos direitos humanos e, principalmente, a contaminação da água pelo uso indiscriminado de agrotóxicos na região. Por causa disso é que (...)

, by The New Economics Foundation (nef)

Subverting Safer Finance

This report argues that the UK is subverting progress towards a safer financial system, and has become a major barrier to international efforts for reform. Compared even to the US, a jurisdiction with a reputation for market friendly regulation, and other major international jurisdictions, the (...)

, par GRESEA

Terres rares, enjeu de développement

"Pas de contentieux SVP sur les terres rares" était le message chinois qui précédait le président Hu Jintao avant son départ aux Etats-Unis, en janvier 2011. Pourtant en Occident, les discours s’enveniment. Sans ces minerais, la fabrication de produits électroniques et "l’économie verte" tombent à (...)

, by TNI

The Law of Mother Earth: Behind Bolivia’s historic bill

By Nick Buxton

Approval of Bolivia’s revolutionary ’Mother Earth’ law is an historic step by social movements in a long struggle for real ecological transformation of their economy and society.
Approval of Bolivia’s revolutionary ’Mother Earth’ law is an historic step by social movements in a long struggle for (...)

, por ALAI

Recursos naturales y la geopolítica de la integración Sudamericana

Por Monica Bruckmann

La disputa global por los recursos naturales es uno de los elementos más marcantes de la dinámica del capitalismo contemporáneo y de su lógica de acumulación. América del Sur es un espacio importante de esta disputa, por la dimensión de las reservas de recursos estratégicos que posee y por su (...)

, by Frontline

The wages of cynicism

Budget 2011-12 is afflicted to a far greater degree than before by a kind of cynicism that leads to policy paralysis. [...] No more is the Budget seen as an instrument through which resources are mobilised not just to keep growth going but to distribute its benefits to those left behind or (...)

, par CADTM

La lutte du peuple des Chagos

Par Emmanuel Charles-Dominique

Dans l’Océan indien, les habitants de l’archipel des Chagos ont été expulsés de leur pays par les Britanniques dans des conditions iniques, afin d’y installer une très grande base militaire américaine. C’était il y a 40 ans, et pendant toute cette période la communauté des Chagossiens n’a cessé de lutter, (...)

, par CETRI

Révoltes en Syrie

Par Alain Gresh

L’un des derniers pays restés à l’abri des révoltes arabes vient à son tour d’être touché. Alors que la répression se poursuit au Bahreïn, dans l’indifférence des Etats mobilisés contre les crimes du régime libyen (je joins ci-dessous un appel de solidarité avec le peuple du Bahreïn qui, pour l’instant, n’a (...)

, by Tehelka

India begins long fight to protect its patents

Union government has presented evidence worldwide that it owned knowledge in 600+ cases. The Indian government is now collaborating with the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO), a specialised agency at the United Nations (UN), to protect its traditional knowledge.
The next time (...)

, por Red del Tercer Mundo

Cambiar las reglas y no sólo violarlas

Por Roberto Bissio

La isla caribeña de Barbados ha presentado a comienzos de marzo un documento ante la Organización Mundial del Comercio (OMC) argumentando que “fueron los países más importantes del sistema financiero global los que crearon el problema para el resto del mundo” y, por lo tanto, “los países en (...)

Arabismo: um tema e suas representações no Brasil e em Portugal

Coordenação: João Baptista M. Vargens e Paula da Costa Caffaro; 200.p ; R$ 22

Um novo livro, lançado pela editora carioca Almádena, traz artigos de alguns dos maiores especialistas brasileiros e portugueses em cultura árabe. A obra se chama Arabismo: um tema e suas representações no Brasil e em Portugal e reúne o pensamento e experiências de intelectuais que participaram do 1º (...)