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By Sean Healy BUDAPEST — With the recent confrontation in Moscow, Russia seems to be entering a new stage. TAMAS KRAUSZ, a leader of the Hungarian Left Alternative and a member of the Institute for Russian Soviet Studies, spoke to Green Left
The Nostradamus Kid A film by Bob Ellis Starring Noah Taylor and Miranda Otto Reviewed by Peter Boyle This is one of those films that annoys some people, intrigues others and makes some people laugh a lot. The subject matter of The
The men have failed By Brandon Astor Jones All over the world in ever increasing numbers, women are going to prison. In Australia, over 40% of the women in or about to go to prison are single parents of small children. Of the 300 women now
By Peter Boyle December 15 is the deadline set by the United States Congress for the Clinton administration to clinch a deal with the European Community on the prolonged Uruguay round of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) talks.
By Dick Nichols On October 18 mass meetings of Public Sector Union members around Australia voted to strike for 24 hours on October 25 and begin a campaign of rolling stoppages from October 26. The action came in the wake of government
Adelaide women organise By Jane Hope ADELAIDE — The re-emergence of women's liberation here is taking place in a climate of insecurity for women. Jobs are being shed rapidly in the state public sector, and the threat of enterprise
By Michael Connors Thumthong Phoirit recently visited Australia as part of the Thai delegation to the Australian Asia Worker Links conference, Workers Can Change the World. She told her story to a meeting of the Victorian Trades Hall Council on
By Craig Cormick Based on highly reliably international contacts, leaked documents and horoscopes from several TV magazines, Nostradamus' Media Watch presents a highly accurate forecast of events across the globe. Peace in Somalia
By Ana Kailis AUCKLAND — The emergence of the Alliance as a credible left force in New Zealand politics has left Labour with nowhere to go. With significant sections of its traditional working-class constituency now supporting the Alliance,
Women victims of Kennett's cuts By Elle Morrell MELBOURNE — Public opinion polls have consistently recorded a much higher disapproval of the Victorian government from women than from men. Fifty-nine per cent of women the latest Saulwick

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