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  Sunday, November 1 2:44pm PST

Saatchi & Saatchi
 

NATO Members Edge Towards Nuclear Disarmament
SWF Panel discusses anti-nuclear moves by France, Canada and the United Kingdom
ARTICLE BY JAMES HOLLINGS | 2:44pm Sunday
 
 
 
Butler Summoned to U.N.
Iraq refuses co-operation with arms inspector
ARTICLE BY GARY KAUF | 2:44pm Sunday
 
 
 
Nigeria: Searching for Democracy
Yusufu quits retirement to bid for the presidency
ARTICLE BY DAVID COHEN | 10:41pm Friday
 
 
 
Kosovo, After the Deadline
Reports of continuing atrocities show it's time to send in NATO troops, says Croatian peace activist
ARTICLE BY ALASTAIR THOMPSON | 10:41pm Friday
 
 
 
Judge Navanethem Pillay
The Judge of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda addresses the State of the World Forum in San Francisco, 29 October 1998
TRANSCRIPT BY CONTRIBUTOR | 10:41pm Friday
 
 
 
Security Council Policies Aid 'Butchers'- Jagger
Peace activist says empty threats against Milosevic, Hussein must end
ARTICLE BY ALASTAIR THOMPSON | 8:30pm Thursday
 
 
 
Sanctions Should be Refined - Butler
Leaders' bank accounts may be targeted, says Iraq disarmament supervisor
ARTICLE BY JEREMY ROSE | 8:30pm Thursday
 
 
 
A conversation with ... Richard Butler
U.N.'s Iraq supervisor Richard Butler talks to SWF News Team member Jeremy Rose
INTERVIEW BY JEREMY ROSE | 8:30pm Thursday
 
 
 
Kosovo: A Solution, Finally, or a Final Solution?
A Bosnian who lived through the horror of Sarajevo says military intervention is the only way to stop the genocide in Kosovo
INTERVIEW BY ALASTAIR THOMPSON | 8:07pm Wednesday
 
 
 
Hunger Strike Ends
Rwandan genocide suspects back on food, says tribunal judge
ARTICLE BY LEE-ANNE DUNCAN | 8:07pm Wednesday
 
 
 
NATO Vacillates as the People of Kosovo Die
The West has dithered enough: it's time to get tough with Milosevic
OPINION BY ALASTAIR THOMPSON | 7:27pm Tuesday
 
 
 
Creating the Next Millennium's Terrorists
Sanctions on Iraq are not only wrong, they're dangerous, argues Jeremy Rose of the SWF News Team
OPINION BY JEREMY ROSE | 7:00pm Tuesday
 
 
 
Africa is More Than a Headline
A young human rights campaigner urges Americans to take a fresh look at Africa
ARTICLE BY DAVID COHEN | 7:00pm Tuesday
 
 
 
Nukes Testing Blair
Scilla Elworthy, Director of the Oxford Research Group, says British PM Tony Blair has a role to play in the nuclear weapons debate
OPINION BY SCILLA ELWORTHY | 4:10am Tuesday
 
 
 
Horsemen Against the Apocalypse
Old warhorses provide new hope for a nuclear-weapons-free world
ARTICLE BY JEREMY ROSE | 4:10am Tuesday
 
 
Notable Quote "The Taleban is using culture and religion to keep women down."
   --Sima Wali (on Afghanistan)
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