Vol. 6 No.10
Emilio TADDEI, 4 June 2002
The spectacular economic collapse of a country that was the "star pupil" of international organisations has shown the world how deeply regressive neoliberal policies are. And how they cause and foster the "social genocide" currently suffered by Argentina’s workers and poor.
Daphnée DION-VIENS, 3 June 2002
The Haitian government recently decided to create industrial free zones (IFZs), along the border with the Dominican Republic. Unhappy, the population naturally intends to resist the establishment of these industrial areas.
Nadine PEDERSON, 2 June 2002
Rita MANCHADA, 1 June 2002
The US has put Nepal on the world terrorist map, following the events of September 11. On November 26, Nepal declared a state of emergency, dubbed the Maoist rebels terrorists, and for the first time, deployed the King’s army.
Geneviève GÉLINAS, 1 June 2002
With his rigid posture, unwavering stare and buzz-cut, Elad Lahav looks exactly like a soldier. In fact, he once was. But, today, he is a refuznik - one of the 460 Israeli reservists refusing to serve in the occupied territories.
Judy REBICK, 1 June 2002
ALTERNATIVES, 1 June 2002
Alternatives will be sending its second fact-finding team to Palestine between May 31 and June 8. Participants include two members of our Board of Directors (Judy Rebick and Monique Simard) and three young Canadians of Palestinian and Israeli origin. They will visit our partners, (...)