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Similarly, the Third World Network (TWN), in a briefing about GACSA, questioned the authenticity of the system, calling it climate-dumb.
We believe that the smallpox research program is effectively complete and the case for destruction is stronger than ever,'' said Lim Li Ching of the Third World Network, a group that lobbies on behalf of developing countries and wants the virus destroyed within two years.
Third World Network, Young Professionals Chronic Disease Network, U.
Essays in this section offer reflections on cultural policy in the digital age, on contemporary imperatives for cultural policy, on the formation of research in emerging sectors, and on the democratization of culture in Third World networks.
Earlier, at another session, Chee Yoke Ling from Third World Network laid down some of the bare facts.
Third World Network (2005) "New Row on Legality of Iraq War," March 28.
said Lim Li Ching, a researcher at the Third World Network, an international research and advocacy group based in Malaysia.
In Ukraine, Georgia, Hungary, Iceland, Latvia, Pakistan, Serbia, Belarus and El Salvador, the IMF has told countries to cut government spending, an analysis by the Third World Network shows.