New Internationalist

Chronicle 1999

Issue 320

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issue 320 - January-February 2000

CHRONICLE 1999

...AS SEEN FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF THE MAJORITY WORLD

Our media feed us news dominated by rich-world events and preoccupations.
Here the NI redresses the balance with an alternative view of the year's key events.

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