What's in the latest Green Left Weekly? #445 April 25, 2001

Green Left Parramatta glparramatta at SPAMgreenleft.org.au
Wed Apr 25 06:47:32 MDT 2001


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             Green Left Weekly, Australia's socialist newspaper
                                 Issue #445
                              April 25, 2001
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Green Left Weekly provides news, information, opinion and debate from an

environmental and left perspective.

Featured this week: JOIN THE RESISTANCE TO CORPORATE GLOBALISATION

On May 1, thousands of people will take action across the country
against the stock exchanges. The M1 protests are part of the growing
international movement of resistance to corporate globalisation. Green
Left Weekly issues an appeal for young people to get involved in this
movement.

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COVER STORY

 * Join the resistance to corporate globalisation!
 * Editorial: All out on M1!
 * Their parliament versus ours

Join the M1 (May 1) blockades!

 * Visit the M1 Alliance web site for the latest news
   http://www.m1alliance.org
 * M1 calls on cops to `avoid violence'
 * Canberra to shut down Mining Industry House
 * Students to strike on M1
 * Differing views on high school action
 * `Get off the web and into action'

INTERNATIONAL NEWS

 * CANADA/QUEBEC: Massive police crackdown against FTAA protesters
 * SOUTH AFRICA: Drug barons back down
 * HAWAII: No aloha for Asian Development Bank
 * WORLD ECONOMY: WTO trade round on the rocks
 * QATAR: Should we stay or should we go?
 * UNITED STATES: Cincinatti rebels against police terror
 * CHINA: Bush waves big stick
 * SOUTH KOREA: Cops viciously maul Daewoo workers
 * UNITED STATES: One race category isn't enough
 * SOUTH AFRICA: Billiton: a corporation founded on apartheid plunder
 * EAST TIMOR: Tensions rise as election nears
 * EAST TIMOR: Socialists tackle women's oppression
 * Asia Pacific activists to meet in Jakarta
 * International news briefs

ISSUES

 * Body image and women's oppression
 * Ten reasons why the refugees should be freed
 * The Green "tide" hits Canberra
 * Carbon colonialism

AUSTRALIAN NEWS

 * Socialist Alliance `will make a mark'
 * Socialist Alliance takes `first step'
 * Mobil plans union-busting tactics
 * Protest supports free Aceh
 * Deregulation threatens airline safety

CULTURAL DISSENT

 * People's Power in Cuba
 * Traffic: The futile war
 * John Pilger lashes IMF
 * The struggle (and the beat) must continue
 * Aceh's courageous struggle for independence

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