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"An Unexpected Mortality Increase in the United States Follows Arrival of the Radioactive Plume From Fukushima: Is There A Correlation?" by Joseph Mangano and Janette Sherman Initial signs of the global health impact of the Fukushima disaster in the United States. <http://www.radiation.org/reading/pubs/HS42_1F.pdf> "North Korea's Justifiable Anger" by Stansfield Smith An anti-imperialist perspective on US conflict with North Korea. <http://www.counterpunch.org/2013/04/10/north-koreas-justifiable-anger/>
Wednesday, 18 March 2009
APC Blog for March 19, 2009
In These Times on Blackwater's re-branding.
And following up on APC's Baby Blog earlier this month, some postings about mothers.
New Internationalist's March issue focuses on maternal mortality. The average lifetime risk for maternal mortality in the west is 1 in 8,000, compared with 1 in 450 in developing nations. Get more facts here and read why women are still dying in childbirth in the same numbers as decades ago here.
"Twittermoms" rally against Rihanna, Chris Brown, and Nickelodeon.
Sunday, 08 March 2009
Intereseting videos from women & great admissions from capitalists
Dollars & Sense blog: IMF Blames Crisis On Lack of Regulation
Monthly Review blogs interesting videos on the importance of women and the complexity of the Roma identity as well as from Aswat (Voices), [...]More
Tuesday, 03 March 2009
APC Blog on yoga in the classroom, Iran
For Peace blogs about Iranian vets meeting people from Hiroshima: I hope all people reading this blog will contact President Obama and their Members of Congress and encourage them to move away from confrontation and threats against Iran and to a commitment to resolve all our differences through diplomacy, negotiation and real respect for one another.
Saturday, 28 February 2009
Rebellion in Greece
Thursday, 26 February 2009
News about the news
In Atlanta, Political Affairs reports on "a month-old online news service…called GONSO, founded by veteran corporate journalists, is tied to a controversial public relations firm, Alisias, which, among other things, has put a positive spin on the mass displacement of public housing residents and mass demolition of [Atlanta] public housing"
Defense Department reverses bans on photographs of returning war coffins, Informed Comment's Juan Cole explains the implications : "the American public saw a sanitized Iraq war, certainly compared to what was visible [...]More
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