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What's in the latest Green Left Weekly? #409 June 21, 2000

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      Subject: What's in the latest Green Left Weekly? #409 June 21, 2000

      Green Left Weekly,
      Issue #409
      June 21, 2000
      Australia's radical weekly

      Green Left Weekly provides news, information, opinion and debate from an
      environmental and left perspective.

      Featured this week: BEHIND THE TURMOIL IN THE PACIFIC

      Coverage of the events and background in Fiji, West Papua and the Solomon
      Islands. The editorial examines the establishment media hype about the
      so-called "ring of fire" in the Pacific and the Australian government's

      * NOTICE: Green Left Weekly and the GST


      * Editorial: War drums in the Pacific
      * SOLOMON ISLANDS: Seeds of conflict sown by imperialist exploitation
      * WEST PAPUA: Congress shows broad support for independence
      * FIJI: Class politics, not race, behind the coup


      * The great escape: free the refugees!


      * D-day for dairy farmers
      * New Olympic police powers threaten liberty
      * Are workers sharing the benefits of economic growth?
      * Indigenous health worsened by government neglect
      * The social imperative of motherhood


      * SRI LANKA: `Talk of peace' banned
      * `Stop the war in Eritrea!'
      * CAMEROON/CHAD: World Bank gives go-ahead
      * IRAQ: Sanctions an `everyday killing device'
      * PHILIPPINES: Moros resist harassment
      * EUROPE: Budiman Sujatmiko tours
      * NIGERIA: General strike blunts IMF-ordered price hike
      * SOUTH KOREA: General strike in name only
      * PAKISTAN: More left activists arrested
      * SOUTH AFRICA: Wits staff and students fight restructuring
      * A vast, brutal, malignant machine
      * EAST TIMOR: Rolling stoppages hit public transport system
      * GLOBAL WARMING: Carbon criminals' greenhouse gabfest
      * GERMANY: Evidence that GM genes jump species
      * CANADA: Thousands rally against corporate globalisation
      * SERBIA: Students lead anti-Milosevic protests
      * UNITED STATES: Left internet site censored
      * Asian Development Bank comes under spotlight
      * Inside South Africa's `elite transition' -- New book by Patrick Bond


      * Fijian community leader calls for democracy's restoration
      * Honeymoon mine assessment begins
      * Darwin protests against APEC
      * Kwinana residents oppose industrial expansion
      * National Union of Workers quits NSW Labor
      * Tax staff reject pay offer
      * Community welfare workers to strike
      * Abandoned Kakadu mines are still radioactive
      * Teachers strike, plan more action
      * Western Mining present eviction notice to Arabunna
      * Nike admits guilt
      * Action updates
      * Victory at last for Workers First
      * Asbestos scare in Parramatta
      * New DSP branch warms up for Olympic protests
      * Student union refuses affiliation to political clubs
      * Massive shows of support for reconciliation
      * People reclaim World Environment Day
      * Health unions prepare for action


      * Poem: And Pigs Might Fly
      * Old classics certainly not bland
      * Kumarangk `Karaoke and Kake'
      * The emptiness of the word `sorry'
      * Springsteen upsets cops with Diallo song
      * Rage against La Frontera


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