New Internationalist


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Filed in: Japan Military United States

  • July 5, 2000
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Iraq: The Pride And The Pain.

Nikki van der Gaag finds that human rights have a different meaning when viewed from Baghdad.

Filed in: Iraq Military

The rebel peace

The islands of Bougainville – once awash with blood – have turned the tide of war, reports Anouk Ride.

Filed in: Conflict Military Papua New Guinea Peace Women

Clipping the condor's claws

Marcela López Levy believes the South American generals have good reason to be nervous.

Filed in: Activism Chile Human Rights Law Military

Eye to eye with SLORC

Ong Ju Lynn uncovers those caught in the dangerous web of Burma’s military regime.

Filed in: Activism Burma Military


Filed in: Military Nuclear Weapons United States

  • March 5, 1999
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Filed in: Conflict History Military Nuclear Weapons Peace

  • January 5, 1999
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Filed in: Canada Indigenous Peoples Military

  • June 5, 1998
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Yankees In The Midst

Filed in: Cuba Military

  • May 5, 1998
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Seeing Red

Filed in: Australia Military Mining Sierra Leone

  • March 5, 1998
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