Monthly Archives: April 2010

Apr 28 2010

Conflicting Perspectives on Cuban Civil Society

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By Guy Burton The news from Cuba that the Women in White – six women who are the wives and mothers of men currently in prison on the island for their political activities – were harassed by pro-government supporters prompts … Continue reading

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Apr 23 2010

Anglo-American Relations: An Immensely Special Relationship

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By Inderjeet Parmar A disappointing election debate last night from a foreign policy perspective. What were the big questions on which hardly anything was said: 1. The Iraq War 2. British authorities’ complicity in torture of terror suspects in US … Continue reading

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Apr 22 2010

Sino-Ecuadorian Oil Relations: A Microcosm for the Region?

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By Guy Burton Ecuador’s president, Rafael Correa, has recently announced that he is prepared to introduce legislation that would change the status of private and foreign oil firms and turn them into service providers. The change would mean the takeover … Continue reading

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