Notes from the Editors, March 2006

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https://doi.org/10.14452/MR-057-10-2006-03_0

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On January 19-23 the African session of the Polycentric World Social Forum— held separately in 2006 in Africa, Asia, and the Americas—took place in Bamako, Mali. On January 18-19 on the eve of the World Social Forum in Mali a group of around eighty antiglobalization political activists and intellectuals, including Marxist economists and organizers, met to conduct sessions independent of the World Social Forum itself, under the auspices of the Third World Forum, the World Forum for Alternatives, and the Forum for Another Mali. Samir Amin, director of the Third World Forum and author of the Review of the Month in this issue of MR was the leading organizer of the pre-WSF gathering, which he referred to as a "Peoples' Bandung Conference" in honor of the recent fiftieth anniversary of the conference of nonaligned nations in Bandung, Indonesia in 1955

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2006-02-28

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Notes from the Editors