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Aggreements with and deliveries to clients of U.S. arms sales
29th of December, 2005
From Cuba to Boliva with Love
With your victory, a new history is born
Translation by Joaquin Bustelo, of message over signatures of Ricardo Alarcon and Fidel
26th of December, 2005
Wild Man in the Wings
Dr Clinton Fernandes, Overland Express, Spring 2005
Soaring Prices, Risky Mortgages
Is the US housing boom turning toward bust?
Cesar Uco, World Socialist Web Site, 6th of August, 2005.
Iraq: "Moving Towards Open Civil War"
Sy Hersch talks about the resistance in Iraq, Ahmad Chalabi,
the state of the media and much more.
Seymor Hersch, Democracy Now!, 11th of May, 2005.
On Anniversary of the East Timor Church Massacre
U.N. must take responsibility for justice.
John M. Miller, ETAN, 6th of April, 2005.
The Pope has blood on his hands
The Pope did great damage to the church, and to countless Catholics
Terry Eagleton, The Guardian, 4th of April, 2005.
The U.S. Forces, like the Crusaders before them, are prisoners in their own fortesses
Sitting in Saddam Hussein's palace they can stare over the
parapets but that is as much as most will ever see of Iraq
Robert Fisk, The Independant, 2nd of April, 2005.
Why you can't be anti-war and pro-occupation
Dissarray of the anti-war movement
Socialist Worker Online, 1st of April, 2005.
Further signs of Lebanon's political decay in wake of Hariri killing.
Robert Fisk, The Independant, 31st March, 2005.
When weeping for religious martyrs leads to crucifixion of innocents.
Passion and redemption were part of our parents' religious experience.
It would be wiser to reflect on the sins of our human gods
Robert Fisk, The Independant, 26th of March, 2005.
The impact of the Iraq war is now being felt accross Middle East.
Robert Fisk, The Independant, 21st of March, 2005.
Beirut car bomb fuels rumours of Syrrian plot.
Robert Fisk, The Independant, 20th of March, 2005.
Memories of war, fear and friendship in my home city, where time has stood still.
Reality, normality, was back in Beirut, with its burning garbage tips and its
matchstick crackle of gunfire
Robert Fisk in Beirut, The Independant, 19th of March, 2005.
Security chief 'sues himself' to clear name over Hariri.
Robert Fisk in Beirut, The Independant, 18th of March, 2005.
The mystery of Mr Lebanon's murder.
After the assassination of Rafik Hariri, his vehicles were taken from the scene on the orders of a former aide.
Now many believe the missing cars may hold the key to the killing
Robert Fisk, The Independant, 17th of March, 2005.
Murder of Mr Lebanon continues to poison political air.
Robert Fisk, The Independant, 16th of March, 2005.
The people make a stand against the lies of Lebanon.
Robert Fisk, The Independant, 15th of March, 2005.
U.N. finds evidence of official cover-up in Hariri assassination.
Robert Fisk in Beirut, The Independant, 14th of March, 2005.
What the Lebonese fear most is not Syria's army, but a power vacuum.
Assad's troops are pulling back, but who will replace them in Lebanon?
Robert Fisk reports from Bekaa Valey, The Independant, 13th of March, 2005.
In the Middle East, those who are about to die believe profoundly in the afterlife.
In a part of the world where a person's religion is part of their life, the end of
life does not appear so terrible or so final
Robert Fisk, The Independant, 12th of March, 2005.
US held youngsters at Abu Ghraib.
Children as young as 11 years old were held at Abu Ghraib, the Iraqi prison at the
centre of the US prisoner abuse scandal, official documents reveal.
BBC News, 11th of March, 2005.
Syria reasserts power in Lebanon as its ally returns as prime minister.
Robert Fisk in Beirut, The Independant, 11th of March, 2005.
Half a million gather for pro-Syrian rally to defy vision of US.
Robert Fisk in Beirut, The Independant, 9th of March, 2005.
Is Lebanon walking into another nightmare?
Robert Fisk in Beirut, The Independant, 7th of March, 2005.
Defend the Bruderhof!
The lessons of the Community of Brethren.
Alex Mitchell, The Age, 6th of March, 2005 / Profile by Joel Kovell.
US rebuffs Assad offer to pull out of Lebanon.
Robert Fisk in Beirut, The Independant, 6th of March, 2005.
Gung ho - but what do they know of Death?.
Nancy Y. Bekavac, LA Times, 4th of March, 2005.
Still Iraq's civil servants go to work, and still they go on dying.
Robert Fisk, The Independant, 3rd of March, 2005.
Lebanese are united under flag of the 'cedars revolution'.
Robert Fisk, The Independant, 2nd of March, 2005.
Do Americans Even Care?
Russia, Israel and Media Omissions.
Alison Weir, Counterpunch, 17th of February, 2005.
A Mickey Mouse Enquirey
Howard and Vanstone's response to the Cornelia Rau scandal is totally inadequate.
Michell Grattan, The Age, 9th of February, 2005.
Phoenix Rising in Iraq?
Returning to proven principles.
Stephen Shalom, ZNet, 8th of February, 2005.
Oil for Food Farce
Noam Chomsky, ZNet, 8th of February, 2005.
Beware the Euphoria about Iraq's Election
History has a sober lesson for those intoxicated by the poll.
Scott Burchill, The Age, 7th of February, 2005.
Revealed: Britain's role in Guantanamo abduction
Freed detainee tells of horrors in US terror camp.
David Rose, The Observer, 6th of February, 2005.
Observing the elections in Karbala.
Peggy Gish, Electronic Iraq, 1st of February, 2005.
On the historic peace talks in Helsinki
Statement by the Government in exile of Acheh.
31st of January, 2005.
The Iraqi election "bait and switch"
Project on Defence Alternatives Briefing Report number 17
Carl Conetta, 25th of January, 2005.
KCB's Strategic Policy
A few brief reminders of Beazley's foreign policy.
Clinton Fernandes, an human-interest organisation, 28th of January, 2005.
Gitmo Soldier Reveals Sexual Tactics
Breaking prisoners' reliance on God.
Paisley Dods, San Juan, Puerto Rico, 27th of January, 2005.
Challenging the myths about Aceh's national liberation movement
What are you fighting for?
William Nessan an human-interest organisation, 27th of January, 2005.
Look Back in Failure
Colin Powell, we know ye too well.
Brian Doherty, Reason Online, 19th of January, 2005.
We are not responsible for 9/11
A message from the Iraqi resistance.
Gary Leupp, Counterpunch, 17th of January, 2005.
Hotel journalism gives American troops a free hand as the press shelters indoors.
Robert Fisk in Baghdad, The Independant, 17th of January, 2005.
Far Right "Punishes" Sanadar
Spate of incidents linked to premier's efforts to boost European Union membership prospects.
Drago Hedl in Osijek, Institute for War and Peace Reporting, 14th of January, 2005.
Cheerleading for torture that shames us all
More than enough dehumanisation to go 'round.
Rekha Basu, Des Moines Register, 14th of January, 2005.
Yoshie Furuhashi's Blog.
Political sophistication of 'Iraq Resistance' message.
Yoshie Furuhashi, Critical Montages, 13th of January, 2005.
The WMD Fraud
Time for an Accounting.
12th of January, 2005.
Growing doubts on Aceh's relief efforts.
Prospect of conflict with foreign aid workers.
Damian Kingsbury, The Australian, 12th of January, 2005.
The Other Tsunami.
Putting it into perspective.
John Pilger, The New Statesman, 10th of January, 2005.
Perversions of the unholy alliances.
Joaquin Bustelo, Marxism List extract, 7th of January, 2005.
When Worlds Die With Them.
Death and Life in the Andaman Islands.
Gary Leupp, CounterPunch, 4th of January, 2005.
US considers permanent detentions.
What to do with those you can't even try by military tribunal.
Reuters, 2nd of January, 2005.
U.S. to Hike Aid To Remove Laos Bombs.
Normalising trade relations.
Associated Press, 27th of December, 2004.
World Financial Volatility.
Thinking outside the neoliberal box.
Patrick Bond, ZNet Magazine, 26th of December, 2004
The Empire in the Year 2005.
World developments in 2005 will be determined by the major events and tendencies in 2004.
James Petras, Centre for Research on Globalisation, 24th of December, 2004
Crunch time for US capitalism.
Accumulation by disposession.
Patrick Bond, ZNet Magazine, 3rd of December, 2004
Hopefull lessons in spite of the curricula.
Noam Chomsky, ZNet Magazine, 29th of November, 2004
Human Rights and Global Health.
IMPORTANT MATERIAL - Please pass on
A Research Program.
Thomas W. Pogge, publication and date as yet unascertained
Howard and Arafat.
Alex Kouttab, ZNet Magazine, 21st of November, 2004
In Mourning for Margaret Hassan and for the dead of Fallujah.
We don't need to blindly acquiesce in coalition atrocities in Iraq.
Tony Kevin, Media Release, 17th of November, 2004
The revolt of the workers.
As political problems go, it doesn't get any bigger than this.
Shaun Carney, The Age, 13th of November, 2004
The truth is, Yasser Arafat died years ago.
He married the revolution.
Robert Fisk, The Independant on Sunday, 30th of October, 2004
The Labor and Green Parties in Australia.
Nicholas Siemensma comments after the 2004 Australian federal election.
The Marxism List, 12th of October 2004
In Depth: Eureka, 150 years on.
The deeper victory of bold revolutionary action.
Socialist Alternative, issue 804, October 2004
Being a foreign correspondent in Baghdad these days.
"We have to salvage Iraq before all is lost"
Farnaz Fassihi, Baghdad, 29th September, 2004
How America fights wars.
Examiniation of the 'how' and 'why' of strategies used by the US in situations of confilict.
Jay Bullworth, Dissent Magazine Number 10, Summer 2004.
Maxine Gentle's letter to Tony Blair.
Correspondence of family of soldier Gordon who died in Iraq.
The Independant on Sunday, 20th August, 2004
Blood on the hands of Canadian imperialist.
Ottowa's crime against the Haitian people.
Socialist Voice, number 11, 19th August, 2004
The farce of the Iraqi "handover"
Alan Woods, Marxist.Com
28th of June, 2004
The Last Noble Defender of the American Republic
Excerpted from transcript of a June 4 interview of Gore Vidal
by Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez.
Viewed 14 June, 2004
The myth of the reluctant occupier
Iraq is a strategic prize in the Arab world with
huge reserves of oil. America will stay put.
by Scott Burchill, The Age, 24 May 2004
Pakistani Landlord Allowed To Rape Women In Payback
ABC Online, 07 May 2004
Another open letter to the troops in Iraq
Stan Goff, 04 May 2004
Britain Probes Torture Claims in Iraq
ABC NEWSONLINE, Saturday, 1st May 2004
Bremer considering another coup in Iraq
Hassan Hanizadeh, Tehran Times, Thursday 29 April 2004
Rotten to the Corps
Sunday Program, Channel Nine, Australia, morning of 18th April, 2004
Jakarta Lobby Claims
AM, 17 April, 2004
Excerpts from 'Bin Laden' tape
Reuters translation, Thursday 15th April, 2004
These three blokes just don't get it
The Australian, 12 April, 2004
Australia blamed for Timor Violence
Jill Jolliffe in Dilli, The Age, 05 April, 2004
Love in the Age of Late Capitalism
The Age, 05 April, 2004
The Trojan Horse
Jay Bulworth, Dissent, 24 March 2004
Workers Online : Tool Shed : 2004 - Issue 213
Strategic policy alternatives for Australia
Jay Bulworth, Overland 173, 22nd March 2004
Kosova Chaos: Anniversary of the U.S. led war celebrated by killing rampage
Talkabout Network, 22 March 2004
David Stutz, The Synthesist, 2004
A Year After
John Pilger, Hyde Park, 20 March, 2004
Confusion reigns as trust is eroded
Tony Stephens, Sydney Morning Herald, 20 March 2004
Disarm Saddam Hussein
And the winner is: how private schools get paid
Kelly Burke, Sydney Morning Herald, March 16, 2004
Spanish Government Attacked For Iraq Attacks
Marc Burleigh and Chris Wright, iafrica.com, 15 March 2004
Zimbabwe Charges Mercenaries
BBC News, 15 March 2004
How U.S. Determines Friends and Foes
Noam Chomsky, The Star, 14 March 2004
Kerry's Foreign Policy Record Suggests Few Differences with Bush
Stephen Zunes, CommonDreams.org, 05 March 2004
Some implications of software commodification
David Stutz, 2 March, 2004
Greenspan Testimony Highlights Bush Plan For Deliberate Federal Bankruptcy
Michael Meurer, t r u t h o u t | Perspective, 02 March 2004
Natural disaster deaths rise sevenfold.
Georgina Prodhan in Germany, Planet Ark, February 27, 2004
US says Iraqis, not foreign fighters, are behind attacks
Justin Huggler in Baghdad, The Independant Portfolio, 17 February 2004
Amy Wilentz, The Nation, February 12, 2004
Staged Capture of Bin Laden Coming Soon
aljazeera.com, 05 February 2004
A scandal greater than Watergate
Eric Margolis, The Toronto Sun, February 1, 2004
Pravda Book Reviews
Response to the NYT's recent book reviews.
Lou Proyect, posted to www.marxmail.org 24 January, 2004
Where Is International Reaction?
Indonesia flexes military muscle in border dispute with East Timor
John Miller, ETAN, 21 January, 2004
U.S. may again revise Iraq election plan
Current design still lacks crucial Shiite support
MSNBC staff and news service reports, Updated: 8:02 p.m. ET Jan. 13, 2004
Norman Finkelstein on Mothers, Noam Chomsky, Morality, etc
Y.M.D. Fremes, 25 December 2003
Indonesia Not Even At The Crossroad
Andre Vltchek, ZNet Commentary, 11 December, 2003
The Real Brain Drain
Professor Fiona Stanley, NATIONAL PRESS CLUB ADDRESS, Wednesday 6 August 2003
In Holy City, Things are Going Right
U.S. Forces and Iraqis Work Together in Shiite Stronghold of Karbala
Anthony Shadid, Washington Post Foreign Service, Wednesday, June 11, 2003
Murdoch's flagship and shifting US attitudes to Iraq media
Eddie Davers, Overland 170, autumn 2003
Bush, Rumsfeld, Blair, Sraw entry banned to Church of Nativity
Qatar News Agency, 3rd of April, 2003
Arming Iraq: Chronology of U.S. Involvement
John King, March 17, 2003
bin Laden's "Letter to America"
Full text of translation, The Observer, Sunday 24th of November, 2002
The High Cost of Olympics
Kevin Norton and Rafael Epstein, The World Archive, 5 September, 2000
What Uncle Sam Really Wants
Noam Chomsky, 1993
The Regan era
Noam Chomsky, 1991