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The World Trade Organisation talks suffered a setback last week when a meeting of five powerful ministers closed abruptly when deep divisions became evident. A 'blame game' isnow being played, as the WTO Ministerial meeting in December looks less likely to succeed.
Southeast Asian parliamentarians urged the United Nations to launch a new initiative to unite the European Union, the United States, China and other key nations behind a programme leading to democracy in military-ruled Myanmar.
SEOUL (Reuters) - Culture and conservation will clash during the annual meeting of the International Whaling Commission when it starts on Monday, with some nations pushing for more whales to be caught, while others are firmly opposed.
DESPITE the hype about globalisation, the international labour movement remains tightly controlled. It is widely considered free trade's last frontier. No country or multilateral organisation can bring the barriers down, a problem which lends itself to illegal migration.
Thailand's domination of weaker neighbouring territory is not new, but in a period of bushwhacking marginalised peoples, crude methods have proven controversial.Ironically in a democratic era, the dispossessed are no longer prepared to suffer the imperial forays of democratic states.