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Articles from Vol. 53, No. 7, December

A New Silk Road: Proposed Petroleum Pipeline in Afghanistan. (Document)
The following testimony by John J. Maresca, a vice president of Unocal Corporation, was presented to a Congressional Committee on February 12, 1998. The hearings were held before a subcommittee of the House Committee on International Relations that...
Lake Victoria: Casualty of Capitalism
Lake Victoria, the world's second largest fresh-water lake (after Lake Superior), has long been East Africa's chief environmental, economic, and nutritional asset. Its four hundred species of native fish have traditionally provided local fishermen...
Notes from the Editors
For a long time radicals have characterized the electoral systems in capitalist societies as "bourgeois democracies." At times, this term has been used in a strictly pejorative sense, to dismiss any electoral work as inconsequential or merely a device...
The Challenge of Sustainable Development and the Culture of Substantive Equality
To the memory of Daniel Singer with whom I often conversed about the untenability of our order of structural inequality. 1. Two closely connected propositions are at the center of this intervention: If development in the future is not sustainable...
The Roots of International Racism
Excellencies: Delegates and guests: Racism, racial discrimination, and xenophobia are a social, cultural, and political phenomenon, not a natural instinct of human beings; they arise from wars, military conquests, slavery, and the individual...
World Conference against Racism: A People's Victory
The significance of the World Conference Against Racism lies in the new prospects that it has opened. A breath of revival was clearly palpable in Durban arising from the solidarity of the Afro-Asian peoples attending. In fact, a renewal of this solidarity...
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