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Mahathir’s legacy: horizontal equality and suppressed debate?

06/27/2003 | Panos London

In the 1970s and 80s, Malaysia saw some of the most comprehensive affirmative action laws worldwide. Did success for the majority Malays come at the expense of other ethnic groups?

No way out for Uganda’s ‘chronically poor’?

06/21/2003 | Panos London

Emerging from years of civil war, Uganda is often praised for its poverty reduction plan. But the poorest of the poor, especially landless women, remain untouched and ignored.

The traumatised children of Gaza

06/13/2003 | Panos London

Professor of Child Psychiatry Panos Vostanis outlines the psychological problems facing the children he met on a visit to the Gaza strip.  

Civil-military relations: the unfolding crisis in Iraq

03/20/2003 | Panos London

Once the war against Iraq is over, a major humanitarian crisis is expected to unfold. How the international community responds will be governed by a doctrine called CIMIC – Civil Military Cooperation.

Race and racism

10/11/2001 | Panos London

In Johannesburg, South Africa, Nomsa Mwamuka asks a group of girls from different ethnic backgrounds if racism is alive and kicking in their world. 

Sierra Leone: from ‘rational violence’ to peace

07/01/2001 | Panos London

While rebel groups are disarming, there are concerns that Sierra Leone's new-found peace may not last because the underlying factors that led youths to join the rebel movement remain.

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