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Articles by Walden Bello
NLR 16, July-August 2002, pp. 68-85in
Subjects: Political Theory and Strategy , Southeast Asia , World Economy and Globalization , Movements
The Filipino analyst and organizer of Focus on the Global South, veteran of the years of Allende and Marcos, discusses the prospects for the World Social Forum after September 11, arguing for the need to link protests against the IMF and WTO to campaigns against US military expansion.Read this article or download a PDF file
Also available in Spanish