The deportation machine: Europe, asylum and human rights

A new publication from the UK-based Institute for Race Relations - The deportation machine: Europe, asylum and human rights, by Liz



Peter Duffy writes on the probable fate of the EU constitution at the hands of the French electorate

EU ban on illegal US maize will have broad effects - possible new trade war in the offing

The European Union has introduced emergency measures restricting the import of animal feeds from the United States.

Blair government's achievements


Some socialists in the UK are urging a Labour vote on May 5t

Central Americans up in arms over CAFTA

David Bacon reports on the Central American Free Trade Agreement which threatens to extend the harmful impact of NAFTA to Mexico's weaker southern neighbours.

Factories without bosses

Please help in defending an inspiring and courageous workers' struggle in Argentina.

New edition of Race and Class


The April 2005 edition of the (UK)Institute of Race
Relations journal Race & Class is out now and features
articles on the demonisation of pan-Arab nationalism,

European Parliament to shut out investigative journalists


The European Parliament has proposed banning journalists from key parts of its buildings after journalists filmed MEPs making bogus expenses claims.

New counter-terrorism regime in EU and G8


UK-based pressure group Statewatch has just released an in-depth report on the new counter-terrorism regime in the G8 and EU countries.

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