A few days after endorsing the World March for Peace and Nonviolence, Ecuador’s president, Rafael Correa, informs the whole country of his decision to support the initiative for nuclear disarmament. »
Pressenza announces Noam Chomsky, whom The New York Times Book Review has called "arguably the most important intellectual alive," as a new featured columnist. In his inaugural article, the professor at the MIT and author of over a 100 books comments on the use of torture by the Bush administration to obtain evidence proving the connection between Al-Qaeda and Iraq within the greater historical context. »
In a meeting with the Israeli Prime Minister, Obama made a proposal that marks a difference with the previous policy pushed by his predecessor George W. Bush. »
The healing of the nation stands as a priority and this means integrating the Maoist Army with the National Army. »
“Governments only mobilize today if there is popular pressure,” said Rafael de la Rubia, coordinator of the World March for Peace and Nonviolence, thankful for the support declared by the mayor of Bogotá in the launching of the initiative in Colombia. »
Bolivian legislators approved an historic electoral law increasing the representation for the Bolivian people from low income rural areas. »
Hicham Hamdan, the Lebanese Ambassador to Argentina, ensured that Arab countries will give a positive response to the proposals of the World March for Peace and Nonviolence. »
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