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Nuclear experts back Iran deal

Huffington Post - The fallout from last week's nuclear framework agreement between world powers and Iran has seen proponents and critics of the deal loudly sounding off on its supposed merits or flaws. On Monday, 30 top nuclear nonproliferation experts took sides in the debate by issuing a joint statement that strongly endorsed the agreement.

Describing the framework as a "vitally important step forward," the statement breaks down the positive aspects of the proposed deal from a security and nonproliferation standpoint.

The statement's authors claim that among other benefits, the deal will:

- significantly reduce Iran's capacity to enrich uranium to the point that it would take at least 12 months to amass enough uranium enriched to weapons grade for one bomb;

- require Iran to modify its Arak heavy water reactor to meaningfully reduce its proliferation potential and bar Iran from developing any capability for separating plutonium from spent fuel for weapons;

- put in place enhanced international inspections and monitoring that would help to deter Iran from attempting to violate the agreement, but if Iran did, increase the international community's ability to detect promptly and, if necessary, disrupt future efforts by Iran to build nuclear weapons, including at potential undeclared sites; and

- require Iran to cooperate with the IAEA to conclude the investigation of Iran's past efforts to develop a nuclear warhead and provide transparency sufficient to help ensure that any such effort remains in abeyance.

Written by mostly American specialists on nuclear security, the signatories to the statement also include former diplomats and government officials as well as prominent authors on arms control.

US troops to train neo-Nazis in Ukraine

Firedog Lake - Though sending US troops into Ukraine was already controversial, a report by the Associated Press shows a bad situation is getting worse. According to the AP the US forces being sent into Ukraine will be training Neo-Nazi militants who have already been accused of war crimes.

Ukraine’s Interior Minister Arsen Avakov has publicly stated that among those forces receiving US training in April will be the neo-Nazi Azov Battalion. The Azov Battalion uses Nazi symbols and openly declares its belief in white supremacy and antisemitism. Many members trace their family’s lineage to fighting with the Nazis against the Soviet Union during World War II.

The neo-Nazis will be trained by US forces to more effectively kill people in East Ukraine.

The United States plans to send soldiers to Ukraine in April for training exercises with units of the country’s national guard. Ukraine’s Interior Minister Arsen Avakov said in a Facebook post on Sunday that the units to be trained include the Azov Battalion, a volunteer force that has attracted criticism for its far-right sentiments including brandishing an emblem widely used in Nazi Germany.

Avakov said the training will begin April 20 at a base in western Ukraine near the Polish border and would involve about 290 American paratroopers and some 900 Ukrainian guardsmen.

Not only does the Azov Battalion hold antidemocratic fascist views its activities in the field have been condemned by Amnesty International as “ISIS style war crimes.” Part of the Azov Battalion’s methods include decapitating captured prisoners and parading their severed heads around to inspire terror.

The US policy in Ukraine has been a nightmare from the beginning. First supporting a violent overthrow of a democratic government and now supporting and training neo-Nazi militants who have committed war crimes. What kind of Ukraine is the US trying to foster?

The real roots of the war in eastern Ukraine

Obama's Venezuela scam

Mark Weisbrot, Center for Economic and Policy Research - The White House took a new step toward the theater of the absurd by ‘declaring a national emergency with respect to the unusual and extraordinary threat to the national security and foreign policy of the United States posed by the situation in Venezuela,’ as President Barack Obama put it in a letter to House Speaker John Boehner.

It remains to be seen whether anyone in the White House press corps will have the courage to ask what in the world the nation’s chief executive could mean by that. Is Venezuela financing a coming terrorist attack on U.S. territory? Planning an invasion? Building a nuclear weapon?

Who do they think they are kidding? Some may say that the language is just there because it is necessary under U.S. law in order to impose the latest round of sanctions on Venezuela. That is not much of a defense, telling the whole world the rule of law in the United States is something to be skirted around whenever the president decides it’s inconvenient.

That was the approach of President Ronald Reagan in 1985 when he made a similar declaration in order to impose sanctions — including an economic embargo — on Nicaragua. Like the White House today, he was trying to topple an elected government that Washington didn’t like. He was able to use paramilitary and terrorist violence as well as an embargo in a successful effort to destroy the Nicaraguan economy and ultimately overturn its government. …

The world has moved forward, even though Washington has not. Venezuela today has very strong backing from its neighbors against what almost every government in the region sees as an attempt to destabilize the country.

"The Community of Latin American and Caribbean States reiterates its strong repudiation of the application of unilateral coercive measures that are contrary to international law,’ read a statement from every country in the hemisphere except for the U.S. and Canada on Feb. 11. They were responding to the U.S. sanctions against Venezuela that Obama signed into law in December.

Didn’t read any of this in the English-language media? Well, you probably also didn’t see the immediate reaction to yesterday’s White House blunder from the head of the Union of South American Nations, which read, "UNASUR rejects any external or internal attempt at interference that seeks to disrupt the democratic process in Venezuela."

Washington was involved in the short-lived 2002 military coup in Venezuela; it ‘provided training, institution building and other support to individuals and organizations understood to be actively involved in the brief ouster’ of President Hugo Chávez and his government, according to the U.S. State Department. The U.S. has not changed its policy toward Venezuela since then and has continued funding opposition groups in the country. …

What's behind Obama's dislike of Venezuela

John Pilger, Global Research - Washington wants to get rid of the Venezuelan government because it is independent of U.S. designs for the region and because Venezuela has the greatest proven oil reserves in the world and uses its oil revenue to improve the quality of ordinary lives. Venezuela remains a source of inspiration for social reform in a continent ravaged by an historically rapacious U.S.

An Oxfam report once famously described the Sandinista revolution in Nicaragua as ‘the threat of a good example’. That has been true in Venezuela since Hugo Chavez won his first election. The ‘threat’ of Venezuela is greater, of course, because it is not tiny and weak; it is rich and influential and regarded as such by China. The remarkable change in fortunes for millions of people in Latin America is at the heart of U.S. hostility. The U.S. has been the undeclared enemy of social progress in Latin America for two centuries. It doesn’t matter who has been in the White House: Barack Obama or Teddy Roosevelt; the U.S. will not tolerate countries with governments and cultures that put the needs of their own people first and refuse to promote or succumb to U.S. demands and pressures.

A reformist social democracy with a capitalist base – such as Venezuela – is not excused by the rulers of the world. What is inexcusable is Venezuela’s political independence; only complete deference is acceptable. The ‘survival’ of Chavista Venezuela is a testament to the support of ordinary Venezuelans for their elected government ... Venezuela’s weakness is that the political ’opposition’ — those I would call the ‘East Caracas Mob’ – represent powerful interests who have been allowed to retain critical economic power. Only when that power is diminished will Venezuela shake off the constant menace of foreign-backed, often criminal subversion. No society should have to deal with that, year in, year out.

McCain compares Merkel to Neville Chamberlain

When Chomsky and Kissinger agree, Kerry and Obama might want to pay attention

2014

Group think hits Ameican policy on Russia

By 2050, two thirds of world's population will live in cities

Global longevity improves

Global ife expectancy improving

Americans tired of wars on this and that

USAID bribes foreign officls

Wikileaks tells of US plans for war against Russia

NSA, CIA, FBI hiding info on imprisonment of Mandela

Around the world, US is considered biggest threat to peace. . .followed by Pakistan and China

35 countries where the U.S. Has supported fascists, drug lords and terrorists

Obama's street coups

2013

Global childhood deaths halved since 1990

What protests in Turkey, Egypt and Brazil have in common

No fly zone is an act of war

2012..

Those commies imitating U.S. again

International commission sees U.S. democracy fading

NAFTA on steroids being negotiated in secret

Afghanistan

Afghanistan

Africa

Big money buying big land in Africa

2014

Africa's new private city

2013

The deadly migration from Africa to Europe

Africa Lost 1.6 Trillion in Capital Flight and Odious Debt Over Forty Years

American empire expands in Africa

Why Kony 2012 isn't what it seems

HOW ORGANIC FARMING COULD HELP AFRICA

RIDING THROUGH LAGOS: This bike rider has clipped his handlebars to get through Labos' traffic. From an interesting 14 minute video on the city

TRACKING INCIDENTS IN KENYA

WORLD BANK INTERNAL REPORT SAYS IT NEGLECTS AFRICA'S FARMS

Asia

ASIAN COUNTRIES COULD FACE MASSIVE WATER CRISIS

Australia

ANOTHER MEMBER OF BUSH'S CONSPIRACY OF THE WILLING GETS KICKED OUT

Balkans

BALKAN ARCHIVES

Bilderberg

Bilderbums even hurting the town where they meet

Bilderberg Saturday

American perps at Bilderberg this year

Notes on the Bilderberg meeting

More notes

Bilderberg wrap

Bilderberg: Where Richard Perle, Henry Kissinger, Charlie Rose, Robert Rubin, David Rockefeller and Robert Gates get to cut secret deals in the name of America

Bilderberg and the decline of western democracy

Brazil

Brazilian protesters' demands not a bad list for U,S,

Britain

If Britain were a US state, it would be the second poorest

Britain moves closer to dictatorship with threat to treat reporters as terrorists

2013 & earlier

Homosexuality illegal in 41 out of 53 British Commonwealth countries

British police state lumps terrorist, investigative reporters together

British government: Terrorism is what we say it is

British government strikes another blow against its citizens

Britain outdoes Obama in war on free press

Britain joins Obama regime's war on a free press

Was Diana victim of palace plot?

Welsh language is disappearing

British Conservative Party hires Obama's campaign manager

Recovered history: Preparing the queen to declare war on Soviet Union

Infrequently asked questions: About three quarters of Brits believe in the monarchy, but less than half believe in climate change. What will the new royal baby rule a half century from now?

Why David Cameron in wrong about porn

Guardian offers readers chance to avoid reading royal baby BS

A good reason not to go to Britain

The real Thatcher record
More evidence of Tony Blair's Iraq deceit

Major changes in Britain

Orwellandia: British doctors to be forced to give over private information

Historic British anarchist bookshop bombed

British economy in the dumps

Former Goldman Sachs exec named to head Bank of England

The UK's Student Movement at a Crossroads

Brits reject aid to US for illegal attack on Iran

Royalty keeps English media under its thumb

David Cameron promotes prison slavery

Oldest and biggest British black paper denied press passes

British home secretary can't figure out why citizens want any privacy

48% of Brits say they want to get out of UK

British pollice plan to monitor online messages

British arrest youth for Facebook comment criticizing Afghan policy

The Oxford city council has ruled that every taxi must be outfitted with a CCTV for the express purpose of recording passenger conversations that are to be held for 28 days in case the police wanted to conduct an investigation in which the footage might prove useful.

Brits to do random stops of baby strollers?

British police have big new tool for big time spying on mobile phones and users

British police back fingerprinting for clubbers

BRITS PLAN TO KEEP EMAILS, INTERNET USE, AND PHONE CALLS ON FILE

Britain’s great anti-democratic celebration

In the Loop: An excellent antidote to Tony Blair's memoirs and a extremely funny film about how two big countries can get into a war with places like Iraq.

CO-OP BUSINESS SOARS IN BRITAIN

ORWELLANDIA: MASSIVE SNOOPING, MINOR RESULTS

PARLIAMENT COMMITTEE SAYS US-BRIT 'SPECIAL RELATIONSHIP' IS OVER

BRITAIN DUMPS MANDATORY ID CARDS

BRITISH GOVERNMENT WANTS RIGHT TO SEARCH STUDENTS ANY TIME AT SCHOOLS

BRITAIN PROPOSES HYPER HARSH LAWS AGAINST MEN WHO USE PROSTITUTES

BRITS USING ANTI-TERROR SPY CAMS TO CATCH PEOPLE WHO PUT TRASH OUT EARLY

BRITISH PUBS CLOSING AT FASTEST RATE EVER

BRITISH TROOPS USING BRUTAL MISSILES

TONY BLAIR HEAPS PRAISE ON BUSH

BRITS PLAN TO USE EMBEDDED SPY CHIPS ON PRISONERS

WHAT LABOR PARTY LEADERS DO WHEN THEY RETIRE

ANOTHER REASON NOT TO VISIT BRITAIN: BLASPHEMY CARRIES A LIFE SENTENCE

BRITAIN TO TREAT NORTHERN IRELAND AS A FOREIGN LAND; ESTABLISHING INTERNAL BORDER

FIRST ATTEMPTED BLACKMAIL OF BRITISH ROYAL IN A CENTURY

AMERICA'S PESSIMISM THROUGH BRITISH EYES

Canada

Nearly 14% of Canadian troops that served in Afghanistan have mental problems

Ottawa airport to record passengers' private conversations

So much for emigrating to Canada

Canadian charter replacing Bill of Rights as global guide to freedom

Canada takes advantage of US immigration policy

SEX WORKERS PLAN CO-OP BROTHEL FOR CANADIAN OLYMPICS

China

China taking more power space from U.S

2013

China overtakes US as world's largest trading nation

Millions short of water in China

Chart: How China and America compare

Nicaragua gives Chinese firm contract to build alternative to Panama Canal

China running out of water

China moves into Boston

Study: India & China to have nearly half of world's middle class population by 2030

CHINA EYES BAN ON RARE METAL EXPORTS

CHINA CONNED U.S. INTELLIGENCE TO TAP INTO SPY NETWORK

CHINA TAKES AIM AT U.S. GPS SIGNALS

CHINA NOTES

Cuba

Castro wants Gitmo back

America finally talking with Cuba

56% favor normal relations with Cuba

2013

Over the past twenty years, only four members of the UN, at most, have voted in favor the US' Cuba embargo. This year it's down to two: US and Israel.

How the Cuban story might have been different

THE CASTROPEDIA

FIDEL & ME

Ecuador

Hidden microphone found in Ecuador's London embassy

Ecuador scraps trade deal over threats from U.S.

Ecuador says Britain threatened to raid embassy to arrest Assange

Europe

European Union support dropping

Crisis signs from Europe

Europe's problems came from capitalist excess, not socialism

THE ENTIRE EUROPEAN DEBT CRISIS SUCCINCTLY EXPLAINED

SOCIALISM MAKES BIG COMEBACK IN EUROPE

BRITAIN'S MUSLIMS FEEL LIKE 'JEWS OF EUROPE'

ITALIANS SHIRKING PIZZA BECAUSE OF HIGH COST

EUROPEAN SPY SYSTEM WOULD KEEP CAMERAS ON PASSENGERS ALL FLIGHTS

MAYOR TRIES TO TAKE THE PEE OUT OF PARIS

PAPER REVEALS PLAN FOR EUROPEAN SUPER STATE

Food

FOOD AID AT 20-YEAR LOW AS NUMBER OF HUNGRY HITS RECORD

Foreign policy

From invasion to occupation: America's real foreign policy

France

FRANCE ARGUES OVER THE SEMICOLON

G8

G8 summit flees to hiding at Camp David

Georgia conflict

MOSCOW WARNS THAT NATO MILITARY AID TO GEORGIA WOULD BE DECLARATION OF WAR

BUSH REGIME SPENT SIX YEARS ARMING & TRAINING GEORGIA; LOST IT ALL IN SIX DAYS

ISRAEL HAS HAD MAJOR ROLE IN GEORGIA

US, ISRAEL & BIG OIL INVOLVED IN GEORGIAN DISPUTE

Germany

Germany cancels Cold War surveillance pact with U.S. over Spygate scandal

How the absence of a copyright law helped Germany grow

Global

MORE SLAVES TODAY THAN AT ANY TIME IN HISTORY

GLOBAL SUMMITS: WHO NEEDS THEM?

28 MILLION PEOPLE HAVE BEEN DRIVEN FROM THEIR HOMES

THE PLAN TO REPLACE THE UNITED NATIONS WITH A GLOBAL NATO

CREATING YOUR OWN NATION ON A FLOATING PLATFORM

WORLD MILITARY SPENDING GREW 45% IN PAST DECADE

Greece

Greece's striking solidarity movement

Greek workers storm shipyard

Greece and the end of social democracy

Guatemala

Marines move into Guatemala

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Olympics
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Ukraine
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STATS

@Harpers - Number of private U.S. citizens killed in terrorist attacks in 2010: 15 . . . .Number killed by falling televisions: 16

2012

Survey finds global distrust of US intentions

2009

Reuters - The world population is projected to top nine billion in 2050, up from 6.8 billion this year and seven billion early in 2012, according to UN estimates. Most of the additional 2.3 billion people will swell the population of the developing world, estimated to soar from 5.6 billion this year to 7.9 billion in 2050. . . The 2008 Revision of the official UN populations projections forecast minimal change in the population of the more developed nations, which should rise from 1.23 billion to 1.28 billion during the same period. That population would have in fact dipped to 1.15 billion without the projected net migration from developing to developed countries, expected to average 2.4 million persons annually from 2009 to 2050, it noted.

2008

BBC - Denmark is the happiest country in the world, according to the latest World Values Survey published by the United States National Science Foundation. The annual study surveyed people in 97 countries to discover who is happiest. The survey asked people two simple questions about their happiness and their level of satisfaction with life. Puerto Rico and Colombia completed the top three happiest nations [sic]. Zimbabwe was found to be the least happy, with Russia and Iraq also in the bottom ten. . . The world's wealthiest nation, the United States, was found to be the world's 16th happiest country, behind Switzerland, Canada and Sweden.

AGENCE FRANCE PRESS World military spending grew 45 percent in the past decade, with the United States accounting for nearly half of all expenditures, the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute said. Military spending grew six percent last year alone, according to SIPRI's annual report.

In 2007, 1,339 billion dollars was spent on arms and other military expenditures, corresponding to 2.5 percent of global gross domestic product, or GDP, and 202 dollars for each of the world's 6.6 billion people.

The United States spends by far the most towards military aims, dishing out 547 billion dollars last year, or 45 percent of global expenditure. Britain, China, France and Japan - the next in line of big spenders - lag far behind, accounting for just four to five percent of world military costs each.

Global childhood deaths halved since 1990

ESSAYS

TIME TO STOP BEING AFRAID OF ISRAEL

A SPEECH C-SPAN DIDN'T LIKE

WHY WE LOST THE WAR ON TERROR

HOW TO TELL IF YOU'VE WON

AN ALTERNATIVE 911 REPORT

THE REAL WAR: BETWEEN MYTH & REALITY

Health

Global child deaths plummet

Honduras

American corporation to privatize three Honduran cities

Hungary

The new Hungary isn't pretty

Iceland

Iceland's quiet revolution

Hip Iceland lets FBI as well as banks fail

ICELAND MAKES ITSELF A FREE MEDIA SELF HAVEN

ICELAND, THE NICE LAND

India

Study: India & China to have nearly half of world's middle class population by 2030

1,500 FARMERS COMMIT SUICIDE IN INDIA

WHAT DIDN'T GET COVERED IN MUMBAI

Iraq

IRAQ NEWS & ARTICLES

Iran

IRAN NEWS & ARTICLES

Ireland

Mark Ward, president of Tallaght's student union, says that 1,250 students are leaving Ireland every month. One in five graduates is seeking work outside the country. The Union of Students in Ireland believes that 150,000 students will emigrate in the next five years

20 PERCENT OF IRISH LOOKING TO EMIGRATE

EUROPEAN UNION SEEKING WAYS TO ISOLATE IRELAND FOR STANDING UP FOR ITS SOVEREIGNTY

IRISH STRIKE BLOW FOR DEMOCRACY & INDEPENDENCE

Italy

Italian Mafia brings in more income than Deutsche Bank & MCdoanld's combined

Italian lawyers strike for better pay, job security

Latin America

Kissinger tried to stop Allende from coming to power

BRAZIL'S NEW ROLE IN THE WORLD

THE AMAZING SURGE OF A GREEN CANDIDATE

HILLARY CLINTON BOMBS IN LATIN AMERICA

BOLIVIA PLANNING REAL COCA IN COLA

AMAZON WATER BEING STOLEN

AMERICA'S QUIET OCCUPATION OF COLOMBIA

OIL'S HIDDEN ROLE IN LATIN AMERICA

WHY IS COSTA RICA SO DAMN HAPPY?

BRAZIL GIVES TENS OF THOUSANDS OF IMMIGRANTS LEGAL STATUS

LATIN AMERICA REBELS AGAINST U.S. DRUG WAR MESSING WITH THEIR COUNTRIES

LATIN AMERICA'S NEW POLITICS & ECONOMICS

EVEN FIDEL CASTRO HAS A BLOG

U.S. POWER IN LATIN AMERICA WANING

EX-BISHOP TAKES OVER PARAGUAY AFTER 61 YEARS OF ONE PARTY RULE

HAVANA OFFICALS DECLARE HEADPHONES ANTI-REVOLUTIONARY'

GREG PALAST ON ECUADOR'S PRESIDENT

CASTRO DEBATES OBAMA IN OP ED

LATINO IMMIGRANTS SENDING LESS MONEY BACK HOME

LATINOS STILL THE FASTEST GROWING GROUP IN U.S.

THE CASTROPEDIA

FIDEL & ME

THE CONTRAS AND DRUGS

HAITI

Mexico

Zapatistas celebrate 20th anniversary

Mid East

MID EAST STORIES

AMA

Muslim

Anti-Islam film maker was federal snitch

Nigeria

Nigeria on way to becoming fourth largest country

North America

BUSH ABOUT TO SURRENDER MORE OF AMERICA

North Koirea

How Kim Jong II got the bomb in the first place

Mishandling North Korea

Norway

Norwegians get to watch endless hours of knitting on TV

UN RATES NORWAY THE BEST PLACE TO LIVE

Olympics

British police arrest man for not being excited enough about Olympic event

The only Olympic strike: At the National Gallery

Drugs at the Olympics

The Orwellian Olympics

Security firm fails to provide enough guards

Anti-terror supercomputer collapses

The off the field Olympic struggle

British police to steal data from people's cellphones

Orwellandia orders no photos of huge Heathrow customs lines

England treats Olympics as though it were the MPAA

Britain to station surface to air missiles on citizens' homes for Olympics

Pakistan

Pakistan stories

Romania

Austerity measures, mass protests, bring down Romanian government

Russia

On the cusp of another Cold War

If you think Obama is weak


2001
VIA WARD MORROW

Obama threatens war against Russia

They don't make communists like they used to

Russian punk prayer protesters face seven years in prison

LETTER TO MOSCOW

Saudi Arabia

Saudis have nukes on order from Pakistan

Saudi king grants women right to vote, run for office

Southeast Asia

INTERVIEW WITH ON CAMBODIA'S HIMMLER; OVERSAW TORTURE & DEATH OF 17,000

Spain

Spanish unemployment hits 25%

Sweden

Why are Swedes so quiet?

Tunisia

Tunisia's radical new constitution

Ukraine

Ukraine's real enemy: the IMF

Word: Ukraine

Why the Ukraine crisis is the west's fault

Obama and Cameron playing dangerous games next to the other guy's turf

Word: Ukraine

Does the US have mercenaries in Ukraine?

Why we should keep out of Ukraine

A brief history of Ukraine that we didn't worry about

Neo cons have had their eyes on Ukraine for more than a decade

The scary side of the Ukraine troika

The case for Crimea leaving Ukraine

Americans overwhelmingly oppose getting involved in Ukrainian crisis

Word: America's role in the Ukraine

Ukraine: One regime change too many?

Ukraine story just beginning

Obamadmin helping to fund the Ukrainian rebelion

Vatican

Vatican whistleblower says there are more like him

Venezuela

Word: Handling Venezuela

True facts about Venezuela

A couple of things the mass media doesn't tell you about Venezuela

Sneaky Venezuelans use democracy to reelect Chavez

Why the US demonizes Venezuela

Hugo Chavez

World Bank

Nigerian finance minister challenges Kim for World Bank presidency

WORLD BANK COVERED UP FAULTY HIV TEST KITS IN INDIA

GROUPS

ACLU: NATIONAL SECURITY ISSUES
ASSN OF FORMER INTELLIGENCE OFFICERS
BLACK VOICES FOR PEACE
CULTURES ON THE EDGE

EQUALITY NOW
FOREIGN POLICY IN FOCUS

GLOBALIZATION COALITION
HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH
INTERNATIONAL ACTION CENTER
INSTITITUTE FOR POLICY STUDIES
NATIONAL SECURITY ARCHIVES

WORLD SOCIAL FORUM
NONVIOLENCE WEB
NOT IN OUR NAME

ONE WORLD
PEACE WOMEN
PRIVACY INTERNATIONAL

RELIEF WEB
RURAL ADVANCEMENT FUND INTERNATIONAL
SCHOOL OF AMERICAS WATCH
STUDENTS FOR GLOBAL JUSTICE
WHY WAR?

WITNESS FOR PEACE
WOMEN WAGING PEACE
WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM

WORLD SOCIAL FORUM

AFRICA
AFRICA ACTION

CENTER FOR THE STRATEGIC INITIATIVES OF WOMEN

BURMA
BURMA FORUM (LA)

FREE BURMA

CHINA
FREE CHINA MOVEMENT

EUROPE
STATE WATCH

INDIA & PAKISTAN
NUCLEAR DANGER

KASHMIR FAQ
ORIGINS OF DISPUTE
HISTORY
DAWN
JANG
OUTLOOK INDIA
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PAKISTAN WIRE
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TIMES OF INDIA
HINDUSTAN TIMES

IRELAND
IRISH NORTHERN AID COMMITTEE

LATIN AMERICA
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SOUTHEAST ASIA
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INTERNL FEDERATION FOR EAST TIMOR

TRADE
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EUROPEAN GREENS
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