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July 1999's Issue

Mind games - The rise of corporate propaganda

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Endpiece

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The Facts

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The NI Interview

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Ghana

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Reviews

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Celebrity Spin

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Update

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Pr World

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The coming war on China

The coming war on China

The coming war on China: A major US military build-up – including nuclear weapons – is underway in Asia and the Pacific with the purpose of confronting China. This is provocative and dangerous, argues John Pilger in his special report. Tax avoidance: An in-depth and global look at how corporations and rich individuals are looting the public purse – and why governments are allowing them to get away with it. Edited by Josh Eisen and Richard Swift.

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