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Freeway development resistance in Melbourne. By *Bob Hawkins*.

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*Ernest Ostro* looks at the world of maritime freight from the viewpoint of Third World exporters.

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One of Brazil's biggest development projects of the 1970s, *Sue Branford* examines the highway's progress.

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A Filipino jeepney driver talks about his life to *Ruth Seitz*.

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Does Africa's transport future lie with the motor vehicle? *Maggie Black* argues for the combustion engine.

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Issue editor Dexter Tiranti looks at the contradiction between public need and private greed when travelling from A to B.

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In the Pope's New Year message this January, he pointed out that just 200 of the 50,000 nuclear weapons now estimated to be in...

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'Plus ca change, plus c'est la meme chose' is a familiar French phrase that seems gruesomly appropriate in modernday Haiti....

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Default, the nightmare word for international bankers has again crept into the conversations of the big money men from New...

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'One of the poorest countries in the world, with one of the wisest leaders.' That's how President Nyerere's Tanzania has been...

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'There is,' according to the Chairman of British American Tobacco (BAT), 'no statistical association between smoking and...

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Has Iran exchanged one dictator for another? Issue editor *Christopher Sheppard* puts into perspective the fall of the Shah...

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Iran's development bears the indelible stamp of its oil wealth. When oil prices went up in 1973/74 the Shah's budget...

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Why the Shah spent billions on US arms - and how it finished him. By *Michael Klare*.

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*Pauline Jackson* speaks to Iranian people before, during and after the revolution.

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