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ON THE MUMBAI TERROR ATTACKS (Asia)

Wednesday 10 December 2008 by CEPRID
Focus on the Global South supports the call for a human chain in Mumbai on 12 December 2008 by the Mumbai for Peace campaign, as a people’s response to the recent attacks on Mumbai. The tragic and horrific events that unfolded from 26 November in the city and continued for the next 3 days were (...) > continue


Bonfires for the global vanities (North America)

Monday 10 November 2008 by CEPRID
Phyllis Bennis Campaign for America’s Future A new US administration will provide an opportunity for change, but it will take a powerful, mobilized antiwar movement to hold a new administration accountable to promises made, argues Phyllis Bennis. On January 20, be on the lookout for bonfires (...) > continue


Open Letter to President Mahmoud Abbas (Middle East)

Tuesday 30 September 2008 by CEPRID
To: President Mahmoud Abbas Chair of the Palestine Liberation Organization Executive Committee President of the Palestinian National Authority Re: The Rights of Palestinian Refugees and the Final Status Negotiations Dear Mr. President, Greetings of Return, We, the undersigned Palestinian (...) > continue


Coverage of ALBA in Nicaragua’s corporate media: when intellectual integrity no longer fits the bill (Latin America)

Saturday 20 September 2008 by CEPRID
Karla Jacobs CEPRID The opposition media in Nicaragua claim President Daniel Ortega’s government manages the multimillion dollar Venezuelan cooperation in a dishonest and fraudulent fashion. According to these media outlets the government is probably creating a secret public debt of massive (...) > continue


Oil, dollar volatility and ALBA (Latin America)

Wednesday 10 September 2008 by CEPRID
Toni Solo CEPRID At the end of July, Alberto Guevara, Nicaragua’s Treasury Minister, just back from a successful meeting with the IMF in Washington, remarked, "...now, at a time when we really are beginning to have some success in our macroeconomic programmes, we are beginning to be affected (...) > continue


The Gaza concentration camp: ancient colonialism through a Nazi filter (Middle East)

Tuesday 2 September 2008 by CEPRID
Agustín Velloso CEPRID Visiting the Gaza strip, July 2008 When you approach the Erez frontier post to enter Gaza from the north, you notice a concentration camp straightaway even if you may never have seen one like the ones turned into museums or educational centres, or like the ones that (...) > continue


Middle East : Lebanon breaks the mould (Middle East)

Tuesday 2 September 2008 by CEPRID
Alberto Cruz CEPRID Lebanon, thanks to Hizbollah, is breaking moulds in the Middle East. After Hizbollah’s defeat of Israel in the war of the summer of 2006, it has again humiliated the Zionist State by making it carry out another exchange of Lebanese and Palestinian prisoners like the one in (...) > continue


Nicaragua : do what we want or else... (Latin America)

Wednesday 20 August 2008 by CEPRID
Toni Solo CEPRID Anyone stepping back from the recent hyped-up drama engineered by the minority right wing parties in Nicaragua and their overseas allies will see all the tell-tale signs of yet another instance of NATO country government intervention in the region. The national march led by (...) > continue


The Foggy Bottom Cuckoo: editions worldwide (Latin America)

Wednesday 30 July 2008 by CEPRID
Toni Solo CEPRID The US State Department’s little known but widely read propaganda sheet, the Foggy Bottom Cuckoo, has editions in the liberal press of most Western Bloc countries. In the US, it usually pokes its beak out of the Washington Post or the New York Times. In Spain, it mostly fools (...) > continue


Waiting for Godot in Equatorial Guinea ... the rest of the world waits too (Africa)

Tuesday 1 July 2008 by CEPRID
Agustín Velloso CEPRID 1. Teodoro Obiang . the President with a clear and constant policy While members of the opposition to President Teodoro Obiang’s regime are detained and tortured in prison merely for being in opposition, international human rights organizations are denied entry to (...) > continue


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