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Challenging the state of fear

The tide of disaffection sweeping the Middle East is finally penetrating Syria’s borders, says Marian Chapman, recently returned from Damascus.…

  • Fri Apr 15 04:18:00 2011
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World Development book links: Migration

Links to support World Development: An essential text…

  • Fri Apr 8 07:39:00 2011
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When people rise up...

As the ripples of rebellion spread through the Arab world, whats next for democracy?…

  • Fri Apr 1 10:46:00 2011
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Reframing the Israel-Palestine conflict

‘Israel is not a democracy,’ said Israeli professor, historian and political activist Ilan Pappé in this interview with Frank Barat.…

  • Fri Apr 1 05:11:00 2011
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Getting a grip on social media

The limits of control on social media: fake privacy, new spyware, widespread manipulation and power of the powerful. …

  • Tue Mar 29 10:27:00 2011
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Mindset: justice

Giedre Steikunaite reflects on 6 Billion Ways – a day of discussions, music, workshops and inspiration for action on local and global justice issues.…

  • Thu Mar 17 11:13:00 2011
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What hope a Zimbabwean uprising?

After Egypt and Tunisia, could President Mugabe be the next dictator to be toppled? Mgcini Nyoni explains why he thinks it’s unlikely.…

  • Mon Mar 14 10:30:00 2011
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Revolution and the media

What stories are we told? And who's telling them?…

  • Thu Mar 3 07:00:00 2011
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The Great Rebellion

The Great Recession may have stunned the Minority World, but the Majority World has survived more or less unscathed…

  • Tue Mar 1 09:22:00 2011
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Mubarak left. What's next?

Stefan Simanowitz considers the implications of recent events in Egypt and the whole region.…

  • Wed Feb 16 07:37:00 2011
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