Pambazuka News 580: Challenges to globalisation from the South
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Pambazuka News (English edition): ISSN 1753-6839
CONTENTS: 1. Features, 2. Comment & analysis, 3. Advocacy & campaigns, 4. Obituaries, 5. Books & arts, 6. Letters & Opinions, 7. African Writers’ Corner
Highlights from this issue
We are taking a break next week to recharge our batteries. So, there will be no Pambazuka News on Thursday 12 April 2012. We hope you don't suffer to many withdrawal symptoms. We assure you we will be back on 19 April 2012.
Tuareg Rebels in Mali Declare Independence: Part of an African Awakening for Self-Determination?
Interviewed by Amy Goodman, Democracy Now!
The South challenges globalization
Aid, resistance and Queer power
UNCTAD shows signs of spunk again
Five challengers of the neoliberal jackboot
Senegal and Mali: two coups, two reactions
Lessons for West Africa’s new democracies
Mali and the French indecency
Macky Sall’s election restores hope to Senegal
Egypt's looming economic shock doctrine
Sharif Abdel Kouddous
Zimbabwe: Diamonds could undermine justice, democracy and development
Centre for Research and Development, Mutare, Zimbabwe
One hundred years of African intellectual activism
Nigeria: A Bill of Rights for road, marine and rail users needed
‘Freedom never rests’
An interview with James Kilgore by Andre Marais
Why Africa's biggest football club will give up the beautiful game
Birthing Justice: Women in Peace-Building
Peace amidst war for resource control
Renewed contradictions for Ronnie Kasrils
The leftist spy who came in from cold Pretoria
Conversations with my stream of consciousness (4)
Remembering Generals Ankrah and Mobutu
Trayvon and the fugitive slave mentality
As a Ugandan citizen, I demand justice or death
A promising future for the country.....
An inspiring future for the girls
Guide to Using the Protocol on Rights of Women
A guide to using the Protocol on the Rights of Women in Africa
Angola: Violent crackdown on critics
Human Rights Watch
Call for April 17: International Day of Peasant Struggle
La Via Campesina
Actions planned for 17 April 2012
Initiated by the small-scale farmers'Alliance ‘Stop land grabbing’
La Via Campesina
Launch of Greenwash Gold 2012 Campaign
London Mining Network
Remembering Adrienne Rich
China and Angola: A marriage of convenience?
Marcus Power and Ana Cristina Alves (eds)
Podcast on 'African Awakenings' book launch
South Africa: On Hellen Zille’s comments
Statement by the Mandela Park Backyarders
Letter to the editors of Amandla!
John S. Saul
Re: A fresh look at Malcolm X
Let’s not joke with the emotive land question.
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