Featuring Walden Bello
Edited by Ed Tandem and Lakshmi Daniel
Asian Regional Exchange for New Alternatives (ARENA)
Asia Alliance of YMCAs
Christian Conference for Asia-International Affairs (CCA)
Documentation for Action Groups in Asia (DAGA)
This volume is a product of a collaborative research project organised by four Asian regional Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs). The idea for this undertaking came in the aftermath of the November 1994 meeting of the APEC in Bogor, Indonesia. a planned parallel NGO forum in Jakarta was marginalised by the Suharto government, while the media glossed over the social and environmental implications of what would be the world's largest free trade area.
by Walden Bello with Shea Cunningham and Bill Rau
Publisher: Food First, 1994
The eve of the 21st century finds much of the South in a a state of economic collapse, with once optimistic visions of the future cruelly dashed by rising mass poverty, inequality and hunger. At the same time working people in the North find themselves ground down by high unemployment, greater job insecurity and declining living standards. Tearing through government obfuscation and academic rationalization. Dark Victory reveals these trends in the north and South to be consequences of the same sweeping strategy of global economic roll back unleashed by the United States to shore up the North's economic domination of the international economy and to assert corporate hegemony in the home economy.
Cost: US $ 13:00
by Walden Bello and Stephanie Rosenfeld
Publisher: Food First, San Francisco, 1992
Years before the event, and challenging the then prevailing wisdom on Asia's "miracle economies' Dragons in Distress argued that South Korea, Taiwan and Singapore were headed for crisis.
Cost: US $ 13:00