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Nurses need to be listened to, not blamed

By Suzanne Gordon

Stop blaming nurses for the potential spread of Ebola.

East Timor celebrates independence

East Timor celebrates independence
By Diane Farsetta
May 17, 2002

On May 20, East Timor finally gained its well-deserved independence.

Bush's withdrawal from international court undermines justice

Bush's withdrawal from international court undermines justice
By Jan Knippers Black
May 16, 2002

The treaty that will formally create the International Criminal Court (ICC) on July 1 represents a milestone in the rule of law and respect for human rights.

Nuclear dangers remain after Bush-Putin agreement

Nuclear dangers remain after Bush-Putin agreement
By David Krieger
May 16, 2002

When major newspapers around the world trumpet headlines such as "U.S., Russia to Cut Nuclear Arms," it should be cause for excitement, even celebration.

Carter's trip to Cuba historic

Carter's trip to Cuba historic
By Antonio Lopez
May 15, 2002

Former President Jimmy Carter's visit to Cuba is historic.

Women need stronger role in global peace efforts

Women need stronger role in global peace efforts
By Jody Williams
May 15, 2002

(Editor's note: The author won the 1997 Nobel Peace Prize for her work on the landmines issue.)

May 24 is International Women's Day for Peace and Disarmament.

As a woman active on these issues for the past 20 years, I firmly believe in the power of women to build a different, more secure world.

We are generally viewed as "idealists" who "of course" work for a peaceful ideal, compared to the "realist" men who dominate the military and power politics of the world.