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News and Analysis

When Two Poor Countries Reclaimed Oilfields, Why Did Just One Spark Uproar?

The outcry over Bolivia's renationalization and the silence over Chad's betrays the hypocrisy of the critics

The Political Economy of Love And The Eradication of Extreme Poverty in The World

Mankind can no longer continue to see a quarter of its total population to suffer from the terrible consequences of extreme poverty - a very serious violation of an essential human right. Humanity needs a world that is socially, economically and ecologically balanced, argues Dr Zeki Ergas.

West's Failure over Climate Change 'Will Kill 182m Africans'
The poorest people in the world will be the chief victims of the West's failure to tackle global warning, with millions of Africans forecast to die by the end of the century, Christian Aid says in a report out today.
Chavez offers oil to Europe's poor

Venezuelan President promises fuel to the needy and proclaims 'final days of the North American empire' before visit to Britain today.

Chávez is a Threat Because He Offers the Alternative of a Decent Society

Venezuela's president is using oil revenues to liberate the poor - no wonder his enemies want to overthrow him, writes John Pilger.

With Gas Prices Flying High, Annan Calls for Energy Revolution

With growing concerns over high prices of oil and its adverse impact on the world's poor and the environment, the United Nations is urging policy makers to explore the use of alternative sources for energy.

Transnational Corporations Stand Condemned

The governments of Argentina and Bolivia joined civil society organizations, in the Austrian capital, to accuse European companies of disregarding laws on the environment, civil rights and labor in their operations in Latin America and the Caribbean.

Letter From Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, President of Iran, to George Bush

Mr. George Bush, President of the United States of America,

Morales is Taking Bolivia Out of the Shadow of the US

The president has joined the radical bloc by taking over energy resources and signing a trade deal with Castro and Chávez

Unplanned Pregnancy Increases among Poor

Poor women are getting pregnant unintentionally at considerably higher rates now than in the mid-1990s, and they are giving birth to many more unplanned children and having more abortions.

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