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After Pakistan's Election: Against The Current vol. 133
Tariq, Farooq
Throughout Pakistan the massive anti-Musharraf vote on 18 February, 2008 spoke volumes: We do not like the military dictatorship; we want Musharraf out.
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Dilemmas of Third World Communism: The Destruction of the PKI in Indonesia
Tornquist, Olle
Dilemmas of Third World Communism is a study of the Indonesian Communist Party that aims to answer more general questions about the difficulties, and even defeats, encountered by so many left-wing mov...
From PRI to Foxismo: Against The Current vol. 88
Almeyra, Guillermo
Mexico on July 2 experienced an alternation of parties in power at the national level. But the more fundamental shift away from the one-party state had begun already with the Salinas administration (1...
Non-Alignment in the Age of Alignments
Singham, A.W.; Hune, Shirley
This book makes clear the changing panorama of issues that has confronted the non-aligned states, and the diversity of viewpoints that has emerged among them. The authors have written what amounts to ...
On Transforming Africa: Discourse with Africa's Leaders
Hadjor, Kofi Buenor
Hadjor believes that people have stopped asking questions about Africa. The depth of Africa's crisis seems to evoke passivity rather than serious discussion about solutions. But Hadjor argues that wit...
A Political Economy of the African Crisis
Onimode, Bade
The economies of almost all African countries are in a state of crisis, and in some cases actual disintegration. This is a crisis not of natural disasters, but of human making, and in dramatic detail,...
The Socialist Register 1970: Volume 7: A Survey of Movements & Ideas
Miliband, Ralph; Saville, John (eds.)
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World Bank: It's the Pits for the Poor: Against The Current vol. 87
Bond, Patrick
In early May, a National Reparations Conference opened by Njongonkulu Ndungane, the radical Archbishop of Cape Town who succeeded Desmond Tutu, resolved to demand that the World Bank and International...

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