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Posts Tagged ‘Brazil’
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Tags: Angela Merkel, Brazil, Britain, Buah Administration, David Cameron, David Friedman, Egypt, EU, France, Freedom Flotilla, Gaza, Germany, human rights, international law, Iran, Iraq, Iraq War, Mavi Marmara, Middle East, Newspeak, Nick Clegg, Nicolas Sarkozy, Obama Administration, Palestine, Rafah, Recep Erdgoan, Turkey, UK, US, War on Terror, Zionism
David Cameron, British prime minister and leader of the national Conservative Party, said Tuesday, “Gaza cannot and must not be allowed to remain a prison camp.” He also called out governments on double standards against the Turkish State (1:04):
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Tags: 3g, Abdolmalek Rigi, Abu Zubaydah, Afghanistan, airstrikes, Al Jazeera, Alan Dershowitz, Amnesty International, Amy Goodman, Andy Worthington, Bahrain, banking, black jails, BP, Brazil, BRIC, broadband, CACI, Charles johnson, China, CIA, copyright lawsuits, corporatism, David Kravets, David Petraeus, DIA, DPRK, drones, economic sanctions, Egypt, Eli Clifton, Faisal Shahzad, FBI, Gaza, Gaza blockade, Goldman Sachs, Greece, Guantanamo Bay, Gulf oil spill, Hamid Karzai, Hosni Mubarak, human rights, immigration, indefinite detention, India, infrastructure, intellectual property, Iraq, Israel, Jason Ditz, Joe Biden, Jundallah, Justin Raimondo, Kashmir, Kathy Kelly, Leon Panetta, limited liability, Mexico, military industrial complex, munipcal bonds, NATO, Noam Chomsky, North Korea, NSA, Obama, Obama Administration, Pakistan, Paul Krugman, police brutality, privacy, public opinion, Rad Geek, Red Shirts, RIAA, Russia, San Fransisco, ShoreBank, South Korea, squatter movement, Stephen Walt, terrorism, Thai protests, Thailand, Times Square bomb, Turkey, UN, US debt, Venzuela, Vladmir Putin, WMDs, Zimbabwe
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Turkey and Brazil have accepted Iran’s offer to swap uranium and enhance transparency beyond the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty.
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The E.C.B.-I.M.F. bailout being compared to TARP and the fall of the Greek’s government’s solvency capacity’s parallels to the domino fall that became the Great Depression.
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Tags: Amazonians, Andrew Downie, Bolivia, Brazil, BRIC, corporatism, Ecuador, fascism, foregin aid, globalism, human rights, India, international law, Iran, Latin America, multinationals, Russia, Sara Miller Llana, South America, US, USAID, Venezuela
A continent whose people have a rich, recent history of being victims of land-grabbing, environmental plundering and vicious union busting is being fought over with ‘soft power’.