On 14 June, demonstrators from all fifteen European Union states will arrive in Amsterdam. On Foot. Francois Vercammen introduces the European marches against unemployment, marginalisation and job insecurity.
The Albanian insurrection is on the defensive. Although no-one can rule out the possibility of a new cycle of confrontation between the population and the multinational "peace-keeping" force. There is also a constant risk of aggressive manoeuvres by discredited President Sali Berisha.
For ordinary Greeks, "rigorous" economic policies have brought misery. Ilyas Altinoglu reports on the waves of protest which have swept the country.
After a decade of human rights abuses, the situation in Colombia is getting even worse.
Neo-liberal measures have escalated with a vengeance over the last decade as the war of the 1980s ground down.
Observers of the March 21st local elections in Sri Lanka predicted a poor result for the ruling Peoples Alliance. They were wrong.
Anke Hintjens reports from eastern Zaire. She recently returned from the rebel-held area.
Management consultants Coopers and Lybrand are helping the Mauritan government avoid public debate on privatisation.