New Internationalist

Democracy

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Pakistan’s students push for democracy

The recent introduction of martial law in Pakistan has helped to end a three-decade drought on student activism in the country. Amber Vora reports.

Filed in: Democracy Pakistan

State of Fear

The war on terror has provoked a global state of siege. Richard Swift sees a spreading ‘occupation mentality’ that may be visiting your neighbourhood soon.

Filed in: Canada Democracy Human Rights Terrorism

Crackdown

Aziz Choudry charts the way security forces are using anti-terrorist laws against the social justice movement.

Filed in: Activism Democracy Non-Violence

Ring of fire

Indigenous people across the Andes are fed up with free trade. Co-authors Kathryn Ledebur and Sandra Edwards report from Ecuador and Bolivia.

Filed in: Bolivia Democracy Ecuador Indigenous Peoples Trade

Democracy is dead

Paul Kingsnorth asks if democracy can be reinvented.

Filed in: Corporations Democracy

Polyp's Big Bad World – July 2004

Stuffing the ballot box.

Filed in: Democracy

Tales of the unexpected

For all their faults, co-ops are more widespread and active than you might imagine. If economic democracy has anything to do with it, argues David Ransom, there will even more of them in future.

Filed in: Co-operatives Democracy Equality

  • June 1, 2004
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Democracy - beyond the market

Profiles in activism from the former Soviet Union.

Filed in: Democracy

The rise of the machines

Filed in: Democracy Language

  • April 1, 2004
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