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Contents Page (TWR No. 118/119, June-July 2000)

Ecology:

* UN biodiversity meet fails to address key outstanding issues - Cecilia Oh & Lim Li Lin
* Gujarat drought: The sustainable solutions - sanjay Sangvai

Cover: The 'Real Miracle' - Sustainable Agriculture

* What is sustainable agriculture? - Lim Li Lin
* Lessons from the Green Revolution - Peter Rosset et al
* Ten reasons why GE technology cannot ensure food security, protect the environment and reduce Third World poverty - iguel A Altieri and Peter rosset
* Asia must reject 'golden rice', say activists
* The 'golden rice'-an exercise in how not to do science - Mae Wan Ho
* The potential of agroecology to combat hunger in the developing world - Miguel Altieri et al
* Cuba's organic revolution - Hugh Warwick

Economics:

* Globalisation has unleashed extraordinary inequality and insecurity - ILO - C.Raghavan
* Vodafone: The battle of the telcos - Frederic Clairmont

World Affairs:

* 'Civil society must fight to end global inequality and conflict' - Martin Khor
* Thailand's 'father of democracy' - Sulak Sivaraksa
* 'People are dying' - A letter from Zambia - Mark Lynas
* Sierra Leone:The bobby is back on the beat - John Pilger
* Kenya: The emotive land issue rears its head - Katy Salmon

Human Rights:

* Iraq and the corruption of human rights discourse - Abdullah Mutawi

Women:

* The long march towards gender equity in SADC - Diana Mavunduse

Viewpoint:

* Invisible ink in the global economy - Jeremy Seabrook

Literature:

* A vast, brutal, malignant machine' - Harold Pinter

Poetry:

* Autumn and the Sea - Javier Heraud Perez

 

 

 

 


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