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Tuesday, 06 January 2009

Articles on global economy, Gaza

Alain Gresh on the end of the Washington Consensus and a new Beijing Consensus. Uri Avnery on Israel's seige of Gaza. Stephen Zunes on United States's role in Hamas's rise to power.More
From The APC Blog by cda on 06 Jan 2009Permalink

Monday, 15 December 2008

Wednesday, 10 December 2008

Critical Planning and UCLA's Department of Urban Planning announce a call for papers
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From The APC Blog by mld on 10 Dec 2008Permalink

Efforts to increase access to all: City Limits on changes to Internet availability, television reception, radio ratings and computer access.

How Bombay became Mumbai: reflections on the November terrorist attacks. 

Democratic Party vs. the NHL! Bitch weighs in on responses to sexist remarks: "The maddening component is how commonplace these behaviors are and how easy it is to dismiss sexism, however public or lewd."
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From The APC Blog by mld on 10 Dec 2008Permalink

Tuesday, 09 December 2008

Amira Hass on Palestinian divisions. Steve Early asks a critical question: Does Barack Obama support labor law reform? Edward Herman looks at the history of the economic policy work of Greenspan, Rubin, and Summers. Read more…
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From The APC Blog by cda on 09 Dec 2008Permalink
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Journal of World Systems Research

Publisher
Institute for Research on World-Systems
Publisher URL
Editors
Christopher Chase-Dunn, Walter Goldfrank
Circulation Region
international
Listed Since
1995
ISSN
1076-156x
OCLC
30416027
Readership
Researchers interested in historical sociology, the environment, and world systems analysis

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