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      The Peace Exchange Bulletin

      Published by Tom Hayden, The Peace Exchange Bulletin is a reader-supported journal, critically following the Pentagon's Long War in Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Iraq, as well as the failed U.S. wars on drugs and gangs, and U.S. military responses to nationalism and poverty around the world.

      Monday
      Dec012003

      FTAA Ship Runs Aground, But Party Goes On

      The Miami summit left many questions in its wake, like, what's up with Brazil, and what's next for the global justice movement?

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      Friday
      Nov212003

      Arresting The Future

      Even as FTAA protestors and trade ministers poured out of town in droves, the city's Robo-Cops continued to demonstrate the 'Miami model' of suppression -- with pepper spray, rubber bullets and drawn weapons.

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      Thursday
      Nov202003

      Miami Vice

      The FTAA summit began with a paranoid police force attacking peaceful demonstrators. A sudden decision to end the event a day early has averted a possibly bloodier ending.

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      Thursday
      Nov062003

      Democratic Demolition Derby

      With Sharpton's attack on Dean, the Democratic presidential candidates enter a new phase, marked by nastier assaults on the frontrunner than on Bush.

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      Tuesday
      Oct282003

      The Harvard Primary

      Politics becomes live entertainment when Chris Matthews and an audience of Ivy League students get up close and personal with the presidential candidates.

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      Monday
      Oct202003

      Evidence Of Things Unseen: The Rise of a New Movement

      Converging progressive movements are in sync with the larger body of public opinion, and are spilling over into the mainstream to create a new global movement.

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      Monday
      Sep152003

      Cancun Files: As Empire Falls, Protesters Celebrate

      The derailment of the WTO summit is the biggest triumph for the anti-globalization movement since Seattle.

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      Monday
      Sep152003

      Cancun Files: A Kinder, Gentler Mexican Police

      Marking a break from years of bloody confrontations and outright police violence, security forces show unprecedented restraint at the WTO.

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      Friday
      Sep122003

      Cancun Files: A Day of Cooperation

      While members of G-21 led by Brazil ally themselves with activists to resist U.S. pressure, protesters have a rare moment of accord with the police.

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      Friday
      Sep122003

      Cancun Files: Remembering Lee Kyung Hae

      The death of the Korean farmer and activist cast a long shadow over the WTO summit, with activists publicly mourning his death through protest.

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