So where did global resistance go?

Kingsnorth, Paul
July 2005
New Statesman;7/11/2005, Vol. 134 Issue 4748, p19
Comments on the anti-globalisation movement. Significance of global resistance during the G8 summit of 2001; Why things are different four years later; History of the global movement that grew up in the late 1990s; Importance of strategy; Question of what happened to the anti-globalisation movement; How the 11 September terrorist attacks changed everything; Suggestion that the anger has not gone away; How, in Africa and elsewhere, people are still committed to saving themselves; Observation that, as neoliberalism continues to spread, so does resistance to it.


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