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It is beyond most Westerners to understand today how offers of democracy are really much more than this: there is a widespread incapacity to grasp the social assumptions embedded in our ‘gifts’ writes John Hinkson
Simon Cooper The globalised policing of dissent, opposition and difference, as well as terrorism, is creating a culture of perpetual war.
John Hinkson The US Administration’s Developing Sense Of ‘Freedom’ Grants License To Destroy Without Taking On Any Reciprocal Responsibility
Jenny Hocking: Imprecision over the language of ‘terrorism’ and its application, leads to concerns that counter-terrorist security measures will be broadly targetted in ways that are neither appropriate nor efficient, ways that may impinge upon legitimate political agitation and dissent
Tom Nairn: The beginnings of a new and undisguised american unilateralism has led many to suggest global forms of justice. But peace may only be achieved by overcoming the impasse of nationalisms in the region
Douglas McQueen-Thomson: Language of War and War Through Language.
John Hinkson: The financial fallout of the attack has laid bare the risky and crisis-ridden nature of a hi-tech society. The aftershocks will echo through every sector of the economy.