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Filipino sociologist and writer, senior analyst at Philippine think-tank Focus on the Global South, TNI fellow and Akbayan representative in the Filipino Congress


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The Arab Revolutions and the Democratic Imagination

Walden Bello 18/03/11

The revolutionary democrats of the Arab world have an opportunity to bring about the next stage in the global democratic revolution. The Arab democratic uprisings have brought a rush of nostalgia to many people who staged their own democratic (...)

Une explosion de colère sociale se prépare

Walden Bello 14/06/10

A mesure que des marchandises s’entassent sur les quais de Bangkok à Shanghai, et qu’un nombre record de travailleurs est licencié, les populations d’Asie du Sud-est commencent à se rendre compte qu’elles sont en train de vivre non seulement un déclin (...)

Climate and Capitalism in Copenhagen

Walden Bello 23/12/09

Beginning in the second week of December, representatives to the United Nations Climate Conference in Copenhagen will wrestle with the challenge of climate change. This week, influential actors in the World Trade Organization Seventh Ministerial (...)

The party and the peasantry

Walden Bello 10/06/09

Political sociologists have sometimes described the Chinese Revolution as the product of an alliance between middle class intellectuals and the peasantry. In his innovative revision of Marxist-Leninist theory, Mao Zedong transformed the (...)

WSF had a prophetic voice

Gabriel Elizondo, Walden Bello 06/02/09

As the WSF was winding down in Belem in Brazil, Al Jazeera’s Gabriel Elizondo spoke with Walden Bello about his thoughts on this year’s meeting. Al Jazeera : How has the 2009 World Social Forum different from the past years’ ? Bello : This (...)

Le mouvement écologiste dans le Sud global

Walden Bello 01/12/08

Dans cette contribution Walden Bello revient sur les luttes écologistes en Asie, leur articulation aux autres mouvements sociaux et leur rôle dans le combat contre le changement climatique. L’attitude du monde en développement par rapport à la (...)

La société civile au sommet du G8

Walden Bello 14/07/08

Le Groupe des Huit a vu le jour en 1975 comme G 7, à un moment où le monde était empêtré dans une profonde crise économique, comme c’est le cas aujourd’hui. Son principal objectif était de coordonner les politiques macro-économiques des pays riches à une (...)

How to Manufacture a Global Food Crisis ?

Walden Bello 27/05/08

When tens of thousands of people staged demonstrations in Mexico last year to protest a 60 percent increase in the price of tortillas, many analysts pointed to biofuel as the culprit. Because of US government subsidies, American farmers were (...)

Elites vs. Greens in the Global South

Walden Bello 21/03/08

Last month’s conference [December 2007] on climate change in Bali, Indonesia, brought the North-South fault line in climate politics into sharp relief. While U.S. intransigence on the question of mandatory cuts in greenhouse gas emissions took (...)

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