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14 November 2005
Dear readers and bloggers. Here is my last daily link post.
 
I thought I would leave you with two links which I hope will continue the debate between you all.
 
I first thought that some of you might be very interested in the discussion between Judith Butler and Jacqueline Rose on ‘Fear of the Other’ in the Israeli-Palestine conflict:

And in this study on Women, politics and democratic prospects in Latin America by M.Buvinic and V. Roza, produced by: Inter-American Development Bank (IDB / IADB) (2004)
 
The paper examines the huge increase in the number of women in positions of power in Latin American.

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