December 2010

Hope in 2011: Peoples, Civil Society Stand Tall

When the Iraqi army fell before invading US and British troops in 2003, the latter’s mission seemed to be accomplished.

Thousands Apply for Heating Assistance in Fulton

Original source: The Atlanta Progressive News

The Migrant Hotel – Where Deportees Find Shelter in Mexicali

Original source: New America Media

White Paper with Africa on Economic Co-op Unveiled

Original source: Xinhua

China’s Green Growth

Original source: China Daily

Cancunhagen: Glass Three-Fourths Empty

Original source: People's Democracy (India)The climate summit in Copenhagen a year ago inspired many catchy nicknames starting with “hopenhagen” to portray early expectations that it would deliver a solution to the climate crisis, and later “nopenhagen” and the famous “flopenhagen” capturing its failure.

2011: The Santa of Peace and Prosperity – Or the Grinch of War and Austerity?

In a new article  to be released Nobel prize winning economist Joseph Stiglitz paints a stark picture of economic prospects for 2011:

Climate Change: A Lesson for Cancun

Deception would be a less violent term to characterize the sessions of the recent international conference on climate change held in Cancun, Mexico where the planet´s environment is still a serious problem.

Recovery Act Brings Jobs to Kokomo: Obama in the Conservative Heartland

Original source: Diary of a Heartland Radical

China: Stick to the path of peaceful development

Stick to the path of peaceful developmentOriginal source: China Daily

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