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e-THOUGHT
VOLUME 5, NUMBER 2 (APRIL - JUNE, 2004)

In this issue:

THE IMF



The IMF logo

"Our programs are like medicine. Some of the medicine has harmful side-effects, and there are real questions about what the dosage ought to be. The best that can be hoped for is that we are prescribing more or less the right medicine in more or less the right dosage."
Michael Mussa, Chief Economist, IMF.

Articles

Malaysia Under Mahathir
Excerpt from a Book (by Phua Kai Lit and Soo Keng Soon) to be published by Pelanduk Publications in 2004

Elsewhere ....

The IMF's "Structural Adjustment Programmes"
Let Them Eat Cake

ABCs of the World Economy
Multilateral Organisations

Pushing Drugs
Article on the US Pharmaceutical Industry

Cars, Cars and More Cars
Lessons for Malaysia?

Dysfunctional Growth
In Malaysia Too

Fear in Singapore
Article by Dr Wong Wee Nam

Revisiting Vietnam
All that Death and Destruction for Nothing (Now what about Iraq?)

No Forgetting
The Human Cost of War

Civilian Contractors in Iraq
Privatisation of the Military

Middle East Studies
Silencing the Internal Critics

Views of Progressive Americans on the Bush Presidency
Regime Change in November 2004 in USA?

Chuckles

Big Belly?
Barely Acceptable