author: Dan Read

  • AUSTRALIA

    A fair go for Gurkhas

    • Dan Read
    • 24 October 2008
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    The decision to allow Nepalese Gurkha war veterans to settle in Britain is to be commended. The problems that have caused Nepal's young men to leave their homeland to seek employment elsewhere remain to be solved.

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  • AUSTRALIA

    Trade partnerships no ticket out of poverty

    • Dan Read
    • 07 May 2008

    Economic Partnership Agreements aim to remove barriers of trade, create sustainable development and contribute to poverty eradication in African, Caribbean and Pacific countries. However, many fear they will lead to the devastation of their respective markets.

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  • AUSTRALIA

    Beijing Olympics media freedom sham

    • Dan Read
    • 03 October 2007

    China's commitment to complete media freedom coinciding with the gleaming stadiums and spectacular parades of the 2008 Beijing Olympics, is beginning to ring hollow. Amnesty International has claimed a renewed crackdown on journalists and internet users in the past year.

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  • CONTRIBUTORS

    Dan Read

    • Dan Read
    • 15 August 2007

    Dan Read is a freelance journalist and editor operating out of the UK. In the past he has specialised in political and trade union issues, and has appeared in such publications as Transitions (in the Czech Republic) and Z Magazine(in the US).

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  • AUSTRALIA

    Iraq's overlooked political factions

    • Dan Read
    • 08 August 2007

    The Iraq situation is a lot more complex than a simple standoff between western democracy and political Islam. Until this is understood, a viable solution that takes Iraq towards genuine democracy and self government is impossible.

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