What’s New November 2002

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Date of Update


November 29, 2002

  1. New!A new page on the recent Iraq issue has been added. This page looks at some of the issues raised by Bush and Blair governments in the attempt to build a case for war. Find Out More »
    - Related Section(s): Iraq / Middle East / War On Terror / Propaganda

  2. A number of updates have been added to the media, war and propaganda section. These updates include issues related to the war on terror, Iraq, and propaganda in general. Find Out More »
    - Related Section(s): Mainstream Media

  3. A few new links have been added to other web sites related to media issues. Included are a new links to sites looking at media in relation to propaganda, development and children. Find Out More »
    - Related Section(s): Mainstream Media

  4. A number of additional articles on various aspects of the so called "war on terror" have been posted. Articles include those on the media, geopolitics, the war on terror, as well as the war on freedom. Find Out More »
    - Related Section(s): Middle East / Geopolitics

  5. The Rise of Corporations section has been updated. Included is more detail on how corporations were granted the same rights as people in the U.S. in 1886. Find Out More »
    - Related Section(s): Corporations / Trade Related Issues

  6. An update on the climate conference in Delhi has been made. October 23 to November 1, 2001 saw the eighth session of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Conference of the Parties (or, COP8 for short). There was little media coverage of this in some key nations, such as the United States, and the outcome seemed uncertain. Find Out More »
    - Related Section(s): Global Warming

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