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China's Dilemma: The Taiwan IssueBy Sheng LijunInstitute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore2001 239 pagesS$45.90
REVIEW BY EVA CHENG
It's no accident that Sheng Lijun named his new book on Taiwan China's Dilemma — he seems to see "the Taiwan

Vigil marks death in custody
PERTH — Seventy people attended a three-hour vigil outside Wesley Uniting church on June 21 to mark the June 18 death of a young Aboriginal man in the Bunbury regional prison.
This was the 18th death in custody

BY SARAH CLEARY
HOBART — The student representative body at the University of Tasmania has applied to the Anti-Discrimination Commission for an exemption to anti-discrimination laws in order to create a woman-only women's officer position, an

BY CHRIS SLEE
The civil war raging in Sri Lanka cannot be ended through negotiations between the government and Tamils fighting for self-determination, a visiting Sri Lankan farmer activist has said.
It is "the unarmed people of all ethnic groups

BY KYLIE MOON& AVANTIKA CHANDRA
MELBOURNE — On July 5, an embarrassed Nike management was forced to rescind the 20% discount it offered to police, following the announcement by Victorian police commanders that they might ban their officers from

BY SIMON BUTLER
The 2001 Students and Sustainability (S&S) conference, held July 2-6 at the University of Newcastle, attracted more than 500 student environmental activists. Much of the debate at the conference revolved around the significance of

BY VIVIEN MILEY
The involvement of the giant corporations in the global HIV/AIDS fund may quickly destroy what hope there is that the global fund will help stop the spread of the virus.
On June 26, the day after the UN General Assembly's special

BY SEAN HEALY
A week after police killed peaceful student protesters, it is the government of Prime Minister Makere Morauta under fire, as demands for compensation and a comprehensive inquiry increase and new revelations emerge suggesting that

On July 3, an Israeli settler named Yair Har-Sinai was shot to death near a settlement enclave south of the West Bank.
Fellow-settlers, who were extensively interviewed, explained two things about him: unlike other settlers, he did not carry a gun

BY MICHAEL ARNOLD
Over recent years the "drug problem" has been regularly discussed in the corporate media. In the midst of this discussion, more than 1000 Australian heroin users have died as a result of overdoses between 1996 and 2000.
While

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