The scandal-ridden corporation received billions in public funds—and it still wants more.
While President Bush has emphasized US aid to developing countries, the Salvadoran experience shows how the economic policies he is promoting on his Latin American tour work to deepen poverty and impede progress toward human rights.
Militaristic responses may be simpler than multi-issue protests, but they cannot make the world a safer place.
To answer the question “Are ‘anti-globalization’ protests destined for irrelevance in a political landscape transformed by September 11?” we must ask, “Why were they relevant in the first place?”
A journey into Television City.
The experience, and the politics, of living in the aftermath of terror.