Now a member of the Philippine House of Representatives representing Akbayan (Citizens’ Action Party), Walden Bello was a member of the boards of both Greenpeace International and Greenpeace Southeast Asia, which he helped set up.
Climate change is upon us—and the danger is urgent.
Flush with cash, most Asian governments and financial players are wary of being drawn into the Wall Street maelstrom.
How "free trade" is destroying Third World agriculture--and who's fighting back.
The Swedish Academy bestowed this year's Nobel Peace Prize to Muhammad Yunus, the father of microcredit. It's easy to believe Yunus's low-interest loans to the poor are a silver bullet against global economic injustice. But it's not that simple.
"People power" in the Philippines is running out of steam. The
political system is corrupt, Washington is micro-managing the economy
and civil society, cynicism is rampant. But a fledgling "New Left" offers
Walden Bello was in Baghdad March 14-17 as a
member of the Asian Peace Mission, a delegation of parliamentarians and
members of civil society from different countries in Asia.
America called on its former colony to fill the bill for a sequel to Al Qaeda.
The WTO trade conference there pitted developing countries against the major powers.
Organizers of the anti-G8 protest in Genoa say that 200,000 people
came from all over Italy and Europe to join the mammoth