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2002

 

Drive to war accelerates; Europe: against capital and war; World Social Forum; India: fighting communalism.

France erupts; Italy: Rifondazione turns left; Palestine: Israel’s destructive fury; Argentina: who decides?

bust.com - after the boom; Europe: anti-capitalist conference; Spain: general strike; Latin America on the march.

Asylum or Fortress Europe; 1 year of "war on terrorism"; Asia’s left regroups; Brazil: dangerous bedfellows.

European Social Forum meets; Dossier on the war drive; Imperialism in the 21st century.

European Social Forum; Latin America; Ireland: end of Good Friday.

 

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Review

Neo-liberalism’s fatal flaws

Globalisation and Its Discontents - Joseph Stiglitz (New York and London: WW Norton & Company, 2002)

It is a remarkable development indeed when an economist of Joseph Stiglitz’s stature proclaims that in many ways the critics of neo-liberalism have a deeper understanding of the global economy than elite policy makers

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Economy

Imperialism in the 21st century

The renewal of interest in the study of imperialism has changed the debate on globalisation, previously centred exclusively on the critique of neo-liberalism and on the new features of globalisation. A concept developed by the main Marxist theorists of the 20th century - which enjoyed a wide diffusion in the 1970s - has again attracted the attention of analysts because of the aggravation of the social crisis of the Third World, the multiplication of armed conflicts and the deadly competition among countries.

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India/Pakistan

Is war imminent?

The Bush war on terrorism has taken a new turn. It is possible that a real war could erupt between the two nuclear powers, Pakistan and India. It is not going to be one way traffic as was the case of the American Afghanistan war.

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