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STALEMATE IN THE WTO BUT....

In Buenos Aires, countries form the Global South were being asked to pay yet again, by agreeing to even more demands. Once again, they left empty handed

Mary Lou Malig

THE AGRIFOOD ATLAS - A TOOLBOX

The purchasing and sales policies of agrifood corporations promote a form of agriculture that revolves around productivity - at the expense of the weakest links in the chain: farmers and workers

Friends of the Earth Europe, Heinrich Böll Foundation and Rosa Luxemburg Foundation

Countering corporate dominance

How the EU plans to entrench and institutionalize Investor-State Dispute Settlement

CIEL, Seattle To Brussels network and RLF

Elections

For the first time in nearly fifty years, genuine left, popular forces reestablished themselves on the electoral landscape, threatening the power of the bipartisan duopoly that has dominated Chile’s post-Pinochet democracy

René Rojas

The failure of German climate policy

Germany is by no means an ecological pioneer or a champion of climate protection. This is a country whose wealth is based on a both socially and environmentally highly destructive economic model

Tobias Haas

Four Challenges to Global Trade Activists

"We cannot leave the field to a neoliberalism married to hideous, reactionary values. A progressive future is not guaranteed. We must work to bring it about, and we will"

Walden Bello

Resistance in Acre, Brazil

Solidarity with all those who suffer threats because of their firm political stance to defend their territories against the incessant exploitation of capital: You are not alone!

The Legacy

More than 42 billion Brazilian reais were spent on a 30-day event. For the residents of the city, was it worth it? Does a legacy exist? If so, for whom?

PACS