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The State, Private Sector And Market Failures - A response to Prof Joseph Stiglitz By Mahmood Mamdani and more....

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Assam Violence: A Call For Peace And Justice
A Statement

http://www.countercurrents.org/av290712.htm

The violence, arson and killings must immediately stop. The Assam government, BTC administration and the Central Government take full responsibility for the loss of lives and livelihood and rehabilitate all those who have been displaced


The State, Private Sector And Market Failures
By Mahmood Mamdani

http://www.countercurrents.org/mamdani290712.htm

‘The challenge is not how the state can regulate the market, but how society can regulate both the state and the market.’- A response to Prof Joseph Stiglitz


Syrian War Of Lies And Hypocrisy
By Robert Fisk

http://www.countercurrents.org/fisk290712.htm

While Qatar and Saudi Arabia arm and fund the rebels of Syria to overthrow Bashar al-Assad's Alawite/Shia-Baathist dictatorship, Washington mutters not a word of criticism against them. President Barack Obama and his Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, say they want a democracy in Syria. But Qatar is an autocracy and Saudi Arabia is among the most pernicious of caliphate-kingly-dictatorships in the Arab world


2012 London Olympic Games Opening Ceremony
Ignored Genocidal Carnage Of British Empire
By Dr Gideon Polya

http://www.countercurrents.org/polya290712.htm

The 2012 London Olympic Games were preceded by an Opening Ceremony that controversially involved a social history of the ordinary people of England since the start of the Industrial Revolution in the middle of the 18th century. Unfortunately the Opening Ceremony considered only the several score English subjects of the English Establishment and ignored the horrendous maltreatment of hundreds of millions of other subjects of the ruthless British Empire


69 Nations Have More U.S. Troops Than Olympic Athletes
By David Swanson

http://www.countercurrents.org/swanson290712.htm

Many nations have sent very small delegations. Many nations have a very small U.S. troop presence. In many nations the U.S. troop presence falls just short of or exactly equals the size of the Olympic team. In 69 nations, there is a larger U.S. military presence than the nation's Olympic team


Soft Necks Will Not Be Slaughtered
By Hakim and Kathy Kelly

http://www.countercurrents.org/kelly290712.htm

A vision of peace from Kabul


The Fate Of Burmese Muslims
By Abdul Majid Zargar

http://www.countercurrents.org/zargar290712.htm

It is certainly incumbent upon every person who cares about human dignity to fly in the face of this inhumanity and give a helping hand to the downtrodden Myanmar Muslims


Play With Thy Neighbour: Indo-Pak Cricket Series
By Ram Puniyani

http://www.countercurrents.org/puniyani290712.htm

Surely to begin with both the countries not only need to restore the cricket but also take the steps in improving ties in the area of trade, health and education. There is also a dire need to loosen the tightness of VISA regime, which is stifling the bilateral visits of civilians


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