The Controversy Has Just Begun

By Gustavo Capdevila GENEVA, Jun 27 (IPS) – The agreed reform of European Union (EU) farm policy and its possible influence on the World Trade Organisation (WTO) talks was received with caution by government officials while drawing harsh words of… Continue Reading

TNI-News

TNI-News is a bi-weekly e-mail service from the Transnational Institute. If you wish to view a complete version of this bulletin with direct links, please visit http://soros.c.tclk.net/maabc2saaYRZFb36p4Yb/ Feel free to forward this message! ====================================== In this issue: 1. The occupation… Continue Reading

Politicians Not Keen to Clean Up

By Julio Godoy PARIS, Jun 20 (IPS) – An ambitious anti-corruption plan proposed in Paris by 14 international prosecutors Thursday is unlikely to find political backing. ‘The Paris Declaration’ as it is called proposes an end to immunity for public… Continue Reading

Journal on Development Issues

Dear Colleagues, I am writing to introduce you to the acclaimed international journal, development. Published by the Society for International Development since 1957, development addresses the cutting edge issues and debates on sustainable human development. From visions of development alternatives… Continue Reading

TNI News

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Deja Vu as Bush Pushed Aside

Analysis – By Jim Lobe WASHINGTON, Jun (IPS) – As beloved New York Yankee catcher and phrase-maker Yogi Berra once said, it seems like ”deja vu all over again”. Fourteen months ago, U.S. President George W. Bush demanded that Israeli… Continue Reading