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Confused It was with great interest that I read Jim Green's book review “Australia and the Atomic Empire” (GLW #441). I was somewhat confused by its reference to my own work, however. Dr Green, dismisses my early archival history of
BY MARGARET GLEESON, LINDA WALDRON & RAY FULCHER NEW DELHI — The rising popular movement against corporate globalisation had caused a crisis of legitimacy for, and deep divisions within, the world's ruling elite, and now had to press its
BY LENA NAHLOUS SYDNEY — The first Sydney Arab Film Festival will showcase international and local contemporary films, as well as experimental and documentary films. The festival will include classic Arab films loved and watched by
Borderlines: three short playsGriffin Theatre CompanyStables Theatre, SydneyUntil 21 AprilRiverina Playhouse, Wagga WaggaMay 3-12 REVIEW BY BRENDAN DOYLE There were a lot of young people — always a good sign — in the audience crammed into the
BY ALISON DELLIT Yet another Japanese prime minister is set to fall onto the well-polished sword of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party as Japan lurches inexorably towards a deep recession. Amidst mounting calls by capitalist investors for his
ADELAIDE — Howard was given a roasting on March 25 by opponents who had gathered to raise funds for Green Left Weekly. After Howard cracked under the pressure and nearly fell off the spit, debates ensued as to whether he had become twisted because
BY JANET PARKER SYDNEY — "It's the emergence of the anti-corporate globalisation movement and people's growing frustration with Labor and Liberal that have really made this possible", said Sam Wainwright, secretary of the Democratic Socialist
BY MARGARET GLEESON NEW DELHI — The third national conference of the All-India Progressive Women's Association held in Patna, Bihar state, on March 17-18 resolved to put up the strongest opposition to globalisation, and to forge ties with
BY SALLY HYSLOP PERTH — Students at Murdoch University were horrified to learn that a wave of sexual assaults has occurred on campus since the start of the year. The silence and inaction of university administration have provoked outrage among
BY PETER BOYLE The big corporate powers and their governments want the ministerial summit of the World Trade Organisation, planned for Qatar in November, to undo what was won at Seattle by thousands of people in the street and by the delegations of

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