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Bond, Patrick (2009) Righting the wrongs of the past . Eye on Civil Society Column (The Mercury)  : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2009) Financing and the environment: Big problems and big solutions. Ecuadorian Presidential Commission for the New Regional Financial Architecture Seminar on Environment and New Regional Financial : 1-54.
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Bond, Patrick  (2009) When social protest is the logical reaction to economic violence. Eye on Civil Society Column (The Mercury) : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2009) World Economic Crisis: Implications for
South Africa. Harold Wolpe Lecture University of the Witswatersrand : 1-47.
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Bond, Patrick (2008) The looting of Africa.. Globalization and the Washington Consensus: its influence on democracy and development in the south. : 83-113.
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Bond, Patrick ( 2009) Global political-economic and geopolitical
processes, structures and trends. Globalisation and Health: Pathways, Evidence and Policy : 1-16.
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Bond, Patrick (2002) Unsustainable South Africa: Environment, Development and Social Protest. University of Natal Press & Merlin Press : 1-443.
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Bond, Patrick (2001) Radical Rhetoric and the Working Class
During Zimbabwean Nationalism’s Dying Days1. Journal of World Systems Research,  vii, 1, spring : 52-89.
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Bond, Patrick (2001) Multinational Capital’s Responsibility for
Africa’s Resource Extraction Crisis. Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa : 12-21.
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Bond, Patrick  (2004) The ANC’s ‘Left Turn’ & South African
Sub-imperialism. Review of African Political Economy : 1-19.
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Bond, Patrick (2009) Carbon Trading, Space, Time and Eco-Social Contestation.  : 1-19.
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Bond, Patrick  (2009) Small hopes for a shift leftwards in economy. The Mercury Eye on Civil Society column : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2010) Experts in the art of generating poverty. Eye on Civil Society : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2009) Time now to boycott Israel . Eye on Civil Society : -.
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Bond, Patrick & Meth, Oliver (2009) South Durban initiative to commemorate our fallen heroes of social justice. Eye on Civil Society (The Mercury) : -.
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Bond, Patrick & Patel, Ashraf  () International Financial Institutions in Africa: Is Reform on the Agenda?. Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa : 23-31.
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Bond, Patrick & Tapera Kapuya (2005) Arrogant, disrespectful, aloof and careless” South African Corporations in Africa. Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa : 27-37.
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Bond, Patrick  (2009) Global Financial Crisis and Implications for Africa. NEPAD/ActionAid DIALOGUE ON THE GLOBAL FINANCIAL CRISIS AND AFRICAN RESPONSE : 1-35.
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Bond, Patrick (2009) Bond on Zumanomics. Discussion of Raymond Parsons' new book: Zumanomics : 1-19.
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Bond, Patrick (2008) World Bank and the IMF in Africa. The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Modern World Volume 8: 1-7.
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Bond, Patrick (2008) Social Movements and Corporate Social Responsibility in South Africa. Development and Change : 1-20.
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Bond, Patrick (2008) Can Reparations for Apartheid Profits be Won in US Courts?. Africa Institute of South Africa Vol 38 (2) – September: 13-25.
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Bond, Patrick (2009) Water, Health and the Commodification Debate. Review of Radical Political Economics  : 1-16.
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Bond, Patrick (1999) Global Economic Crisis: A View from
South Africa. Journal of World Systems Research  Vol 2 Summer : 413--455.
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Bond, Patrick (2009) The Global Carbon Trade Debate:
For Or Against The Privatisation Of The Air?. thecommoner  issue 13 winter 2008-9: 85-102.
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Bond, Patrick (2010) Slideshow for Eskom & the world Bank: Sowing the Seeds of Destruction . Patrick Bond speaks on the SA civil society campaign to deny the World  : 1-51.
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Bond, Patrick (2009) Financing and the environment: Big problems and big solutions.  : 1-54.
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Bond, Patrick (2009) The paradigm of debt as applied to ecology
(Short Version). Conference: World Slump: Financial Crisis and Emerging Class Struggles in the Global South : 1-50.
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Bond, Patrick (2009) The paradigm of debt as applied to ecology. Conference: World Slump: Financial Crisis and Emerging Class Struggles in the Global South  : 1-83.
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Bond, Patrick (2009) Achieving Environmental Targets: Who Wins and Loses in Carbon Trading for Emissions Mitigation?. Paper presented to the Carbon Trading Africa Conference 22 July : 1-45.
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Bond, Patrick (2010) Privatisation and civil society resistance:
The case of Eskom. Presentation to Public-Private Partnerships workshop, Durban ICC 22 February 2010 : 1-22.
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Bond, Patrick (2008) The US financial meltdown: Part 1: What really happened Roots of the economic crisis in overaccumulation, financialisation and ‘global apartheid; geopolitcs.  : 1-33.
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Bond, Patrick  (2009) Restriction of expression. Eye on Civil Society (The Mercury) : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2009) SA's socio-economic war will spill into 2010. Eye on Civil Society (The Mercury) : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2009) African democratic currents during extreme economic crisis: A view from South Africa. Paper presented to the conference Democratization in Africa: Retrospective and Future Prospects Leeds University, 4 December 2009  : 1-56.
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Bond, Patrick (2009) Realistic postneoliberalism – A view from South Africa. Development Dialogue  : 1-20.
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Bond, Patrick (2009) South Africa’s “Developmental State” Distraction. Mediations : 1-10.
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Bond, Patrick  (2009) SA political power balance shifts left – but not enough to stem protests.  : -.
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Bond, Patrick & Dada, Rehana  (2007) A death in Durban: Capitalist patriarchy, global warming gimmickry and our responsibility for rubbish. Centre for Civil Society : 1-6.
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Bond, Patrick & Dugard Jackie (2008) The case of Johannesburg water: What really happened at the pre-paid ‘Parish pump’. Law, Democracy & Development : 1-28.
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Bond, Patrick & Sharife, Khadija () Shell Oil: Guilty in World Court of Public Opinion. Economic & Political Weekly : 1-3.
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Brutus, Dennis & Bond, Patrick  (2008) Africa will clean up after a party it didn't go to. Eye on Civil Society column (The Mercury) : -.
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Bond, Patrick () The dispossession of African wealth at the
cost of African health. Neoliberalism,Globalization & Inequalities Consequences for Health & Quality of Life : 1-40.
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Bond, Patrick (2009) Background Tensions within Volatile Global
Capitalism. Capitalism Nature Socialism Volume 20 number 1: 1-5.
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Bond, Patrick (2005) Top down or bottom up? A reply to David Held. Debating Globalisation : 1-5.
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Bond, Patrick (2010) Fighting for the Right to the City: Discursive and Political Lessons from the Right to Water. Paper presented to the Right to Water Conference 2010 : 1-28.
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Bond, Patrick () Can the ‘new’ industrial policy resolve economic crises and prevent further bursting of SA’s financial bubble?
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Bond, Patrick (2008) Civil society must confront abuse of power. The Mercury Eye on Civil Society : -.
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Bond, Patrick  (2008) The US financial meltdown: Part 1: What really happened - Roots of the economic crisis in overaccumulation, financialisation and ‘global apartheid’. CCS Seminar Series Part 1: 1-33.
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Bond, Patrick  (2008) Global capitalist crisis and African resistance:
Analysis, evidence, practice . Paper presented at International Forum on Globalization  : 1-41.
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Bond, Patrick (2008) Global financial bubbles and capitalist
crisis (Slide Show). Presented to the World Forum for Alternatives and the Network of Artists and Intellectuals in Defense of Humanity Workshop on the Financial Crisis : 1-35.
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Bond, Patrick  (2008) South African financialisation reflects
world economic problems. Amandla! magazine, October 2008 : 1-6.
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Bond, Patrick (2008) Background to Volatile Global Capitalism:
Political and Economic Aspects since the 1970s
Presented to the World Forum for Alternatives and Network of Artists and Intellectuals in Defense of Humanity Working Group on the World Economic Order Caracas, Venezuela - 15 October 2008  : 1-6.
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Bond, Patrick (2008) Water privatisation and social resistance:
Mismanaging the trade-off – the contribution of business to sustainable development . Presented to the workshop Business and Local Governance: in Areas of Limited Statehood Freie Universität Berlin and Graduate School of Business, UCT  : 1-44.
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Bond, Patrick  (2008) Can reparations for apartheid profits be won in US courts? . Africa Insight : 1-15.
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Bond, Patrick (2008) Emerging African resistance to economic crisis, global finance, free trade and corporate profit-taking… and why Barack Obama’s advisors could hurt Africa (again). for discussion at the Open Society Initiative of Southern Africa Global Financial Crisis Policy Seminar : 1-.
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Bond, Patrick  (2008) The global economic crisis:Capitalist roots and
financial shoots (Slide Show). Osisa Financial Crisis Policy Seminar : 1-34.
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Bond, Patrick  (2008) A hangover from the past.  Eye on Civil SocietyThe Mercury (Durban) : -.
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Bond, Patrick  (2008) Water and economic development: Time for bottom-up strategies . Umgeni Water Sustainability Summit : 1-46.
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Bond, Patrick (2009) Toss out those old shoes: Economically a dangerous period lies ahead, and civil society needs to take action
Civil Society column (The Mercury Eye) : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2009) Bond climate articles July-Oct 2009.  : 1-49.
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Bond, Patrick (2009) In power in Pretoria?: A Reply to R. W. Johnson. New Left Review : 1-14.
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Bond, Patrick (2009) Curing the post-Copenhagen hangover. Eye on Civil Society : -.
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Bond, Patrick
Translation ka Manzi Faith (2009) Ukulawulwa mayalana nokukhuluma okukhululekile (Restriction of Expression). Eye on Civil Society (The Mercury) : -.
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Bond, Patrick & Nojiyeza, Simphiwe (2008) Urban Social Struggles Over Water: Lessons from South Africa (Slide Show). Presentation to Nordic Africa Institute, Uppsala : 1-59.
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Bond, Patrick & Hinely, Rebecca & Meth Oliver (2008) Great White Shark mauls Albert Park refugees. Eye on Civil Society (The Mercury) : -.
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Bond, Patrick Translation ka-Manzi, Faith
 (2008) Ibhabhalazi Langayizolo.  : -.
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Bond, Patrick Translation ka-Manzi, Faith  (2008) Isimo sezimali eNingizimu Afrika sikhombisa izinkinga zomnotho ezikhungethe umhlaba wonke (South African financialisation reflects worldeconomic problems). Centre for Civil Society : 1-6.
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Bond, Patrick Translation uFaith ka-Manzi (2008) Power-sharing or power-snaring?. Eye on Civil Society column (The Mercury) 2 October 2008 : -.
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Bond, Patrick Zulu Translation ka-Manzi, Faith  (2008) Imiphakathi kumele ilwe nokuhlukunyezwa kwemibuso (Civil society must confront abuse of power). Eye on Civil Society column (The Mercury) : -.
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Patrick Bond & others (2007) G8 Macht Politik: Wie die Welt Beherrscht Wird
(G8 Club Governance Power and Politics in a Global World). Critical Currents Dag Hammarskjöld Foundation Occasional Paper Series No 1 : 41-51.
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Adamo, Neima & Uamba, Ester & Brito, Sérgio (2012) Maputo social situation about water supply and sanitation (Slide Show). CCS Seminar: Climate/water/destruction in Maputo and S.Durban 3 August  : 1-9.
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Amisi , Baruti & Bond, Patrick & Khumalo, Dudu & Nojiyeza, Simphiwe Translationka-Manzi, Faith (2013) The Neoliberal Loo
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Amisi, Baruti & Bond, Patrick & Cele, Nokuthula & Ngwane, Trevor  (2011) Xenophobia and Civil Society: Durban's Structured Social Divisions. Politikon (April 2011), 38(1), 59–83: 1-26.
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Amisi, Baruti & Bond, Patrick & Cele, Nokuthula & Hinely, Rebecca & ka Manzi, Faith & Mwelase, Welcome & Naidoo, Orlean & Ngwane, Trevor & Shwarer, Samantha & Zvavanhu, Sheperd (2009) Xenophobia and Civil Society: Durban’s Structured Social Divisions
CCS anti‑xenophobia research workshop : 1-102.
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Amisi, Baruti & Patrick, Bond & others (2011) Will Climate Migrants Face Renewed Xenophobia? The Case of Durban’s Structured Social Divisions.  : 1-19.
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Bank a, André & Karadag, Roy (2013) The ‘Ankara Moment’: the politics of Turkey’s regional power in the Middle East, 2007–11. Third World Quarterly Vol. 34, No. 2: 287-304.
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Barbosa Alexandre de Freitas & Narciso, Thais & Biancalana, Marina  (2009) Brazil in Africa: Another Emerging Power in the Continent?. Politikon: South African Journal of Political Studies : 59-86.
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Bond, Patrick (2009) A service to society. Eye on Civil Society (The Mercury) : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) World economic crisis gives us a chance to see things differently. The Mercury, Eye on Civil Society column : -.
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Bond, Patrick & Ngwane, Trevor (2009) Anti-capitalist community resistance to energy privatization and carbon markets in South Africa. International Conference on Ideas and Strategies in the Alterglobalisation Movement : 1-17.
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Bond, Patrick & Alam Khorshed (2010) The danger of Grameenism. Himal Magazine : -.
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Bond, Patrick & Cottle, Eddie (2012) Chapter 2: Economic Promises and Pitfalls of South Africa’s World Cup.  : 1-33.
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Bond, Patrick & Desai, Muhammed (2012) Can ‘closing the doors of learning’ open the doors of freedom?. Eye on Civil Society : -.
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Bond, Patrick & Desai,Ashwin & Maharaj, Brij  (2012) Afterword:World Cup profits defeat the poor.  : -.
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Bond, Patrick & Kgara, Sidney (2009) National Health Insurance is affordable when we factor in savings, social benefits’. Eye on Civil Society : -.
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Bond, Patrick & Sharife, Khadija (2011) At the heart of our wealth and our woes, the ‘Minerals-Energy Complex’. Eye on Civil Society : -.
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Bond, Patrick & Sharife, Khadija & Makoba, Gcina (2012) Durban climate and trash politics: Decommissioning the Bisasar Road Clean Development Mechanism, and exploring disposal alternatives, bottom-up. CCS Seminar : 1-53.
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Bond, Patrick & Dorsey, Michael & Foran, John & Sabido, Pascoe & Shultz, Jim & Thanki, Nathan & Tokar, Brian & Widick, Richard & Williams, Emily & Yona, Leehi  (2014) WHAT NOW FOR CLIMATE JUSTICE?
Social Movement Strategies for the Final Year of Struggle over the Next Universal Climate Treaty. ADVANCED RELEASE – DRAFT COPY, Lima, Peru – December 5, 2014 : 1-18.
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Bond, Patrick & Dorsey, Michael K.  (2010) ANATOMIES OF ENVIRONMENTAL KNOWLEDGE AND RESISTANCE: DIVERSE CLIMATE JUSTICE MOVEMENTS AND WANING ECO-NEOLIBERALISM. Journal of Australian Political Economy : 1-24.
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Bond, Patrick & Hinley, Rebecca & Meth, Oliver Translation ka-Manzi, Faith (2008) Amalungelo esintu avele agqitshwa (Human Rights have been drowned). Eye on Civil Society (The Mercury) : -.
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Bond, Patrick & Naidoo, Orlean  (2010) Why we need to stand up and shout louder still. Eye on Civil Society  : -.
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Bond, Patrick & Ngwane, Trevor  (2010) Community resistance to energy privatization in South Africa
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Bond, Patrick and Sharife, Khadija and Castel- Branco, Ruth  (2013) The CDM Cannot Deliver the Money to Africa. Ejolt : 1-124.
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Bond, Patrick Translation ka-Manzi, Faith  (2012) Inclusive green growth or extractive greenwashed decay?.  : -.
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Bond, Patrick Translation ka-Manzi Faith (2012) 'Hard Lessons from Hurricane Sandy (Kunzima esikufunde kwisiphepho uSandy) .  : -.
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Bond,Patrick & Hinely, Rebecca & Meth, Oliver (2008) Human rights have been drowned. Eye on Civil Society column : -.
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Brassett, James & Tsingou, Eleni (2011) The politics of legitimate global governance. Review of International Political Economy : 1-16.
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Chase-Dunn, Christopher & Boswell, Terry () Semiperipheral Development and Global Democracy.  : 1-18.
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Choudry, Aziz & Kapoor, Dip (2010) Learning from the Ground Up Global Perspectives on Social Movements and Knowledge Production.  : 1-267.
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Cooper, Andrew F & Flemes, Daniel (2013) Foreign Policy Strategies of Emerging Powers in a Multipolar World: an introductory review. Third World Quarterly Vol. 34, No. 6: 943-962.
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Dauvergne, Peter & BL Farias, Déborah (2012) The Rise of Brazil as a Global Development Power. Third World Quarterly Vol. 33, No. 5: 903-917.
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Delgado, Guillermo & Lühl, Phillip (2012) Unitary urbanism, maximal difference. The socio-spatial as arena for class struggle.. CCS Seminar : 1-75.
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Derickson, Kate Driscoll & Routledge, Paul  (2014) Resourcing Scholar-Activism: Collaboration, Transformation, and the Production of Knowledge. The Professional Geographer : 1-8.
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Desai, Ashwin & Maharaj, Brij & Bond, Patrick
 (2010) Re-rooting poverty in post-apartheid South Africa
Eye on Civil Society column, (The Mercury) : 0-0.
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Ernstson, Henrik & Sörlin, Sverker  (2012) Articulating Values in Urban Nature Ecosystem: Services as Technology of Globalization. Submitted 2012-02-06 to the journal Ecological Economics for a special issue on “Sustainable Urbanization: A Resilient Future” edited by Leoni June Pearson. : 1-24.
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Goldin, Ian & Vogel, Tiffany  (2010) Global Governance and Systemic Risk in the 21st Century: Lessons from the Financial Crisis. Global Policy Volume 1 . Issue 1: 1-12.
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Golub, S Philip  (2013) From the New International Economic Order to the G20: how the ‘global South’ is restructuring world capitalism from within. Third World Quarterly Vol. 34, No. 6: 1000-1015.
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Grugel, Jean & Uhlin, Anders (2012) Renewing Global Governance: demanding rights and justice in the global South. Third World Quarterly Vol. 33, No. 9: 1703-1718.
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Hallowes, David &Reddy, Trusha & Oscar Reyes Edited by Taylor, Tristen & Dieltiens, Nicolus  (2012) COPin COPout COP17: A review of civil society participation in the UN conference on climate change, Durban 2011 . CCS Seminar Series : 1-68.
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Haua, Matthias vom & Scottb, James & Hulme, David  (2012) Beyond the BRICs: Alternative Strategies of Influence in the Global Politics of Development. European Journal of Development Research 24: 187-204.
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IG Metall conference on inequality, 6 December (Conference Programme) (20912)  IG Metall conference on inequality, 6 December (Conference Programme).  : 1-2.
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Kramer, Sasha & Kilbride, Anthony (2012) Ecological Sanitation in Haiti
CCS Seminar: Improving access to sanitation on a global scale : 1-41.
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Lemos, Anabela & Ribeiro, Daniel  (2010) A New Colonial Power in Mozambique. CCS Seminar : 1-4.
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Lunstrum, Elizabeth & Roth, Robin (2011) Responding to Water Insecurity
in Durban, South Africa. CCS Seminar  : 1-15.
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M. Shaw, Timothy & Cooper, Andrew F. & Chin, Gregory T. (2009) Emerging Powers and Africa: Implications for/from Global Governance?. Politikon Volume 36: 27-44.
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Manzi, Thandokuhle (2013) Durban hotspot - Cato Manor service non-delivery protest and struggle. CCS Seminar: Durban hotspots - Cato Manor service nondelivery, and South Durban privatised wastewater and port/petrochem expansion  : 1-4.
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May Julian, Victor Sulla & Precious Zikhali (2016) South African Poverty and Inequality Assessment Discussion Note.  : 1-33.
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McEwan, Cheryl & Mawdsley, Emma  (2012) Trilateral Development Cooperation: Power and Politics in Emerging Aid Relationships. Development and Change : 1185-1209.
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Moore, Mick (2011) Globalisation and Power in Weak States. Third World Quarterly Vol. 32, No. 10: 1757-1776.
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Mottiar, Shauna & Naidoo, Orlean & Khumalo, Dudu  (2011) Women’s organisations and the struggle for water and sanitation services in Chatsworth and Inanda, Durban: The Westcliff Flats Residents Association and the Didiyela Women’s Group.  : 1-10.
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Murenha, Anne & Chili, Siphamandla (2011) How and Why Poor People Help Each Other A Perspective from the Maphumulo Rural Community in KwaZulu-Natal. Young Researchers Philanthropy Initiative : 1-42.
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Naidu, Sanusha & Corkin, Lucy & Herman, Hayley  (2009) China's (Re)-Emerging Relations with Africa: Forging a New Consensus?. Politikon: South African Journal of Political Studies Vol 36: 87-115.
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Ndura, Elavie & Meyer, Matt (2012) Nonviolent Pedagogies of Africa's Oppressed, from South Africa to the Great Lakes.  : 1-26.
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Ntuli, Ike M (2010) Social Movements Theories and Union Activism at Higher Education Institutions.  : 1-16.
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Patrick Bond
 (2011) South African Climate Injustice: Rough draft of a chapter forthcoming in The Politics of Climate Justice.  : 1-21.
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Rusko, Christopher J. & Sasikumar, Karthika (2007) INDIA AND CHINA: FROM TRADE TO PEACE?. ASIAN PERSPECTIVE Vol. 31, No. 4: 99-123.
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Schmalz, Stefan & Ebenau, Matthias () After Neoliberalism? Brazil, India, and China in the Global Economic Crisis. Globalizations Vol. 9, No. 4, pp. 487–501: -.
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Seabrooke, Leonard & Tsingou, Eleni  (2010) Responding to the Global Credit Crisis: The Politics of Financial Reform. The British Journal of Politics and International Relations VOL 12: 313-323.
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Sharife, Khadija & Gausdal, Lars (2011) Quick and Dirty - But Not Cheap: South Africa’s Minerals-Energy Complex (Power Point). Pre-COP 17 Meeting, Durban, November 25-26 : 1-7.
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Sheppard, Eric & Leitner, Helga (2008) Quo vadis neoliberalism? The remaking of global capitalist governance after the Washington Consensus. Geoforum  Vol 41: 185-194.
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Sotero, Paulo & Armijo, Leslie Elliott  (2007) BRAZIL: TO BE OR NOT TO BE A BRIC?. ASIAN PERSPECTIVE Vol. 31, No. 4: 43-70.
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Zhuang, Juzhong & de Dios, Emmanuel & Lagman-Martin, Anneli (2010) Governance and Institutional Quality and the Links with Economic Growth and Income Inequality: With Special Reference to Developing Asia. ADB Economics Working Paper Series No. 193: 1-63.
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“Inequality, Democracy and Development under Neoliberalism and Beyond”
Programme Schedule (2014) “Inequality, Democracy and Development under Neoliberalism and Beyond”
Programme Schedule. VII South-South Institute : 1-3.
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“The Role of Ruling Parties in Promoting a Sustainable Economic Development Mode -Thinking Beyond GDP” (Conference Programme) (2014) “The Role of Ruling Parties in Promoting a Sustainable Economic Development Mode -
Thinking Beyond GDP” (Conference Programme).  : 1-5.
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2016 Mandela Washington Fellows, GroundUp (2017) Young leaders call on Zuma to take action against xenophobia.  : -.
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4th Antipode Institute for the Geographies of Justice (Conference Schedule) (2013) 4th Antipode Institute for the Geographies of Justice (Conference Schedule). CCS hosts Antipode Institute for the Geographies of Justice, 27 May to 1 June : 1-1.
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A Quantum Global Research Lab Training Course: Hosted at Stellenbosch University, South Africa (Conference Programme) (2014) Macroeconomic Sector Analyses and Systems Dynamics Executive Training Course
A Quantum Global Research Lab Training Course: Hosted at Stellenbosch University, South Africa (Conference Programme).  : 1-21.
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Abahlali baseMjondolo (2005) World Renown Legal Scholars Demand Inquiry into Sutcliffe's Illegal March Ban. Centre for Civil Society : -.
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Abahlali baseMjondolo  (2006) Unfreedom Day 27 April 2006 Book.  Durban Social Movements : 1-19.
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Abugre, Charles  (2005) Economic Partnership Agreements and putting developments first.  : -.
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Achmat, Zackie (2002) Message from Zackie Achmat – Treatment Action Campaign (South Africa) to the 14th International AIDS Conference – Barcelona. 14th International AIDS Conference – Barcelona : 1-6.
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ActionAid (2012) Women & The City: Examaning Gender Violence & Urbanisation .  : 1-75.
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Adam, Al-Hassan  (2005) Against the current: Community-controlled
water delivery in Savelugu, Ghana. NCAP : 1-14.
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Adonis, Kim (2010) Developmental Pricing of Residential Water Use in South Africa.  : 1-22.
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Adonis, Kim Andrea (2010) Developmental Pricing of Residential Water Use in South Africa. Doctorate of Philosophy – Development Studies Research Proposal : 1-23.
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Adorjan, Istvan (2007) Capital at work. Focaal—European Journal of Anthropology 49 (2007): 129–135 : 1-129.
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Africa Climate Talks (ACT!) (2015) Africa Climate Talks (ACT!) : Conference Programme.  Patrick Bond, Boaventura Monjane and Mithika Mwenda at Africa Climate Talks, Dar es Salaam  : 1-5.
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African CDMs at the International Society for Ecological Economics (Slide Show) (2012) African CDMs at the International Society for Ecological Economics (Slide Show).  : 1-53.
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African Land grab (2013) African Land grab.  : 1-1.
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Agüero, Jorge & Carter, Michael R. & May, Julian (2005) Poverty and Inequality in the First Decade of Democracy: Evidence from KwaZulu-Natal.  : 1-18.
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Ahluwalia, Pal (2002) Fanon’s Nausea: The Hegemony Of The White Nation. Presented at UND Seminar : -.
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Ahmed, Allahwala & Keil, Roger (2006) Introduction to a Debate on the World Social Forum. Weekend Workshop on the World Social Forum : 1-8.
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Akani, Christian (2004) Preserving the Niger Delta for the Future. International Association of Educators for World Peace 14 Edition 19th -24th May : 1-13.
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Akani, Christian  (2005) Youth's Restiveness in the Niger Delta. Department of Political Science Rivers State College of Education: -.
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Alarcon, Ricardo & Goodman, Amy  (2007) Interview with Cuban Leader Alarcon. Zmag : -.
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Alessandrini, Anthony C.  (1997) Fanon and the Post-Colonial Future
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WE WRITE : 1-11.
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Alexander, Amanda (2004) The government has no plan for us: TAC marches again for ARVs. Centre for Civil Society : -.
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Alexander, Amanda (2006) Women's Writing & Photography Workshop.. Centre for Civil Society : -.
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Alexander, Amanda & Mbali, Mandisa (2004) Have the Slaves Left the Master’s House?. Centre for Civil Society : -.
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Alexander, Amanda & Ballard, Richard & Patel, Raj  (2005) Peaceful march brutally repressed!. Centre for Civil Society : -.
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Alexander, Neville  (2003) New Meanings of Panafricanism in the era of globalisation..  : 1-29.
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Alexander, Neville  (2001) Language Policy, Symbolic power and the democratic responsibility of the post-apartheid university. D.C.S.Oosthuizen Memorial Lecture : 1-13.
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Ali, Tariq  (2003) Re-Colonizing Iraq. New Left Review : -.
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Ali, Tariq  (2004) Why He Crushed the Oligarchs: The Importance of Hugo Chávez . Centre for Civil Society : -.
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Allen, Fidelis  (2012) Nigeria: A Bill of Rights for road, marine and rail users needed. Pambazuka : -.
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Allen, Fidelis  (2012) Implications of Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala’s Candidacy for Civil Society in Africa.  : 1-9.
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Amar, Paul (2012) Global South to the Rescue: Emerging Humanitarian Superpowers and Globalizing Rescue Industries. Globalizations Vol. 9, No. 1: 1-13.
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Amin, Samir & others (2006) The Bamako Appeal. Open Space Forum : 1-17.
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Amisi Baruti, Bond Patrick, Cele Nokuthula, Ngwane Trevor  (2010) Xenophobia and Civil Society: Durban’s Structured Social Divisions.  : 1-19.
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Amisi Baruti, Bond Patrick, Cele Nokuthula, Ngwane Trevor Translation ka-Manzi, Faith  (2012) Ukucwaswa kwabokufika kanye nabezemiphakathi: Ukwahlukanisa kwaseThekwini Okuhleliwe /Xenophobia and Civil Society: Durban’s Structured Social Divisions
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Amisi, B Baruti,  (2005) Refugee women and children protest … . Centre for Civil Society : -.
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Amisi, B Baruti (2005) Social Capital, Social Networks and refugee migration: An exploration of the livelihood strategies of Durban Congolese refugees. Centre for Civil Society : 1-44.
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Amisi, B Baruti  (2006) Reports from the WSF Bamako Mali . Centre for Civil Society : -.
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Amisi, B Baruti  (2006) Social Capital, Social Networks, and Refugee Migration: An Exploration of the Livelihood Strategies of Durban Congolese Refugees. Centre for Civil Society : 1-48.
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Amisi, Baruti  (2008) Baruti Amisi on the Ghana Slave Conference. Centre for Civil Society : -.
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Amisi, Baruti (2010) Civil Society and Development in the Democratic Republic of Congo: A Study of Dam-Affected Communities resulting from the
Inga Hydropower Project. CCS Seminar : 1-24.
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Amisi, Baruti & Bond, Patrick & Cele, Nokuthula & Hinely, Rebecca & ka Manzi, Faith & Mwelase, Welcome & Naidoo, Orlean &
Ngwane, Trevor & Shwarer, Samantha & Zvavanhu, Shepherd (2010) Xenophobia and Civil Society: Durban’s Structured Social Divisions
A report commissioned by Atlantic Philanthropies, by the University of KwaZulu-Natal Centre for Civil Society : 1-105.
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Amisi, Baruti & Nojiyeza, Simphiwe (2008) Access to Decent Sanitation in South Africa: The Challenges of Eradicating the Bucket System
Centre for Civil Society : 1-23.
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Amisi,Baruti & Bond, Patrick & Khumalo, Dudu and Nojiyeza, Simphiwe
Translation Faith ka-Manzi  () Esasithi kubhidlizwe ngubandlululo. Centre for Civil Society : -.
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Amnesty International (2002) Amnesty International Report on SADC Police 1997 - 2002 Part 1.  : -.
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Amy, Goodman & Chavez, Hugo (2005) An interview with Chavez. Democracy Now : -.
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ANC (1955) The Freedom Charter. ANC Congress of the People: -.
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Annamalai, Velu  (2005) The Myth of Mahatma Ghandi. Centre for Civil Society : -.
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Annis, Roger & Riddell, John  (2007) Venezuela and the International Struggle for Socialism. Venezuela Analysis : -.
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Anti-Privatisation Forum (APF) & others  (2004) NOTHING FOR MAHALA'
The forced installation of prepaid water meters in Stretford, Extension 4, Orange Farm, Johannesburg – South Africa. . Centre for Civil Society  Report 16: 1-30.
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Antoniades, Andreas (2013) Recasting the Power Politics of Debt: structural power, hegemonic stabilisers and change. Third World Quarterly Vol. 34, No.2: 214-232.
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Antonio Mancini (2011) From De Beers to the BEE: The relationship between Politics, Big Business and the IFIs in South Africa until 1997
Faculty of Political Sciences “Roberto Ruffilli” – Forlì- University of Bologna Visiting Scholar of Centre for Civil Society – University of Kwazulu-Natal – Forlì- University of Bologna : -.
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Anyanwu, Chikadbya & Mathekga, Ralph  ( 2003) Specificities of social capital in rural African setting: the case of Gammalebogo communities in Limpopo Province South Africa, and the Ijaw Communities in the Niger Delta, Nigeria. CCS Grant Report : 1-32.
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Archive of 2010 World Cup Analysis
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Aristide, Jean-Bertrand & Goodman, Amy (2005)  Aristide Interviewed by Amy Goodman. Zmag : -.
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Aristide, Jean-Bertrand & Hallward, Peter  (2007) An Interview with Jean-Bertrand Aristide.  : -.
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Armijo, Leslie Elliott  (2007) THE BRICS COUNTRIES (BRAZIL, RUSSIA, INDIA, AND CHINA) AS ANALYTICAL CATEGORY: MIRAGE OR INSIGHT?. ASIAN PERSPECTIVE Vol. 31, No. 4: 7-42.
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Articles from the Mercury NewsPaper on the 2010 World Cup () Articles from the Mercury News Paper on the 2010 World Cup.  : -.
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Asian Development Bank (2011) Reshaping Global Economic Governance and the Role of Asia in the Group of Twenty (G20). Prepared under Asian Development Bank’s Technical Assistance 7501 “Asia’s Strategic Participation in the Group of Twenty for Global Economic Governance Reform” : -.
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Asian Development Bank. (2012) Case Study on South–South Cooperation. Asian Development Bank. : -.
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Austin, David  (2007) Frantz Fanon's diagnosis. Toronto Star : -.
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Avnery, Uri  (2005) The Day After . Znet : -.
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Ayodeji, Ayo  (2007) Nigeria: An appeal to defend Ile-Ife OAU Students . In Defence of Marxism : -.
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Ayodele, Ayo  (2006) Nigeria’s “Debt Cancellation” – a Big Scam! . In Defence of Marxism : -.
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Baatjes, Ivor G  (2005) Neoliberal fatalism and the corporatisation of higher education in South Africa.. Centre for Civil Society CCS Seminar Series 1 April 2005 : 1-11.
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Babb, Sarah (2012) The Washington Consensus as transnational policy paradigm: Its origins, trajectory and likely successor. Review of International Political Economy Vol. 20, No. 2: 268-297.
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Ballard, Richard (2002) Desegregating Minds: White Identities and Urban Change in the new South Africa. PhD Thesis, University of Wales, Swansea Geography Department: 1-304.
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Ballard, Richard (2003) Review of David Theo Godlberg’s lecture The Death of Race. Centre for Civil Society : 1-5.
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Ballard, Richard (2006) Informalisation of women’s labour and new types of labour organisations: the cases of Sewa and Sewu. ISA World Congress of Sociology : 1-19.
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Ballard, Richard (2009) Give up on 'slum eradication', for now . Eye on Civil Society : -.
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Ballard, Richard & others (2005) An anatomy of new power. Mail & Guardian 21 January : -.
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Ban, Cornel (2012) Brazil's liberal neodevelopmentalism: New
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Bancroft-Hinchey, Timothy (2006) September 11th: Five years on. Pravda : -.
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Barchiesi, Franco Gago, Veronica Sztulwark, Diego (2004) “South Africa: Popular Forms of Resistance” Interview with Franco Barchiesi. Interactivist Info Exchange : -.
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Bark, Taeho & Kang, Moonsung  (2011) Asia’s Strategic Participation in the Group of 20 for Global Economic Governance Reform: From the Perspective of International Trade. ADB Working Paper Series on Regional Economic Integration No. 74: 1-34.
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Barker, Michael  (2006) Promoting polyarchy in Serbia: Taking the risk out of civil society - part 2 of 4. Zmag : -.
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Barker, Colin and Cox, Laurence (2001) What Have The Romans Ever Done For Us? Academic and Activist Forms of Movement Theorizing..  : -.
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Baroud, Ramzy  (2009) Globalization Unchecked: How Alien Media is Suffocating Real Culture
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Barouski, David (2006) Update on the Congo. Centre for Civil Society : -.
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Barrios, Luis Enrique  (2007) Revolution and Counter-revolution in Mexico. In defence of Marxism : -.
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Baruti B. Amisi (2012) Will the Inga Hydropower Projects meet Africa’s electricity needs?. CCS Seminar  : 1-32.
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Baruti, Amisi & Matate, Pierre (2009) Refugees call for unity and an end to xenophobia. Eye on Civil Society (The Mercury)  : -.
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Bateman, Milford (2012) Why Doesn’t Microfinance Work? (Powerpoint). CCS Seminar : 1-11.
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Bayliss, K and Hall, D (2002) Unsustainable Conditions - The World Bank, Privatisation, Water and Energy. Public Services International Research Unit : 1-14.
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Beeson, Mark  (2013) Can China Lead?
Third World Quarterly 34: 233-250.
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Bellotti, Claudio & Sarti, Roberto  (2007) Brazil after the re-election of Lula: A coalition against the workers . In Defence of Marxism : -.
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Beluce, Bellucci (2003) Problèmes de developpement en Amérique latine et en Afrique. Codesria 30th anniversary conference  : 1-18.
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Bench Marks Foundation (2012) THE POLICY GAP: A review of the corporate social responsibility programmes of the platinum mining industry in the North West Province. Bench Marks Foundation : 1-90.
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Benjamin, Peter (2008) Mobile for mobilisation: Cellphone technology for social change. CCS Seminar Series : 1-27.
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Benjamin, Saranel  (2005) The Feminization of Poverty in Post-Apartheid South Africa : a story told by the women of Bayview, Chatsworth. Centre for Civil Society : 1-22.
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Bennett, Mark  (2003) Building Organisation Among South Africa's Textile & Clothing Workers: The National Union of Textile Workers and its Successor
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Bennis, Phyllis translation by Khoza, Sibongile  (2006) Wars in the Middle East: What Citizen's Movements Can Do (Zulu Translation). Centre for civil Society Wolpe Lecture Series: -.
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Berold, Ralph (2002) VIGS: Die Persoonlike en Politieke. Centre for Civil Society : -.
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Berold, Ralph (2002) The personal is political – new thinking about HIV and AIDS. CCS online : -.
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Berold, Robert  (2004) Review: We Are The Poors – Community Struggles in Post-Apartheid South Africa. Centre for Civil Society : 1-3.
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BEYOND Extractivism, Financialization and Uneven Development:Alternatives for ECONOMIC JUSTICE (Conference Programme)
 (2013) BEYOND Extractivism, Financialization and Uneven Development:Alternatives for ECONOMIC JUSTICE (Conference Programme)
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Bhatt, Ela R.  (2003) Organising for Second Freedom - Ela R. Bhatt's Wolpe Lecture. Centre for Civil Society Wolpe Lecture: -.
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Bishop, Craig  (2006) Corpse awards for dirtiest. Centre for Civil Society : -.
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Blaauw, Lesley (2003) A Developed Regional Civil Society in Southern Africa? Reflections and Prospects. CCS Grant Report : 1-38.
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Black, Vanessa & Bond, Patrick & Dada Rehana & Desmond, D’Sa (2009) A climate-poverty challenge in South Durban. Eye on Civil Society (The Mercury) : -.
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Blackstock, Cindy (2008) Slide Show for the Seminar: Reconcilation - Touchstones of Hope for Indigenous Families . CCS Seminar Series : 1-34.
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Bloomberg, Josh  (2005) The Betrayal of Democracy in Togo. Zmag : -.
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Bob, Urmilla & Moodley, Vadi (2005) Community-based Organisations, Sustainable Land Use and Management in Marginalised Communities in KZN. CCS Grant Report : 1-56.
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Bobd, Patrick (2010)  From rotting whale blubber to petrol fumes
The residents of south Durban and other communities in similar areas are
asking companies to 'leave the oil in the soil'. Eye on Civil Society (The Mercury) : -.
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Bofelo, Mphutlane Wa (2005) Gramsci and Biko on Hegemony and Counter-Hegemony, and the role of intellectuals and mass participation . Centre for Civil Society : -.
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Bond CCS Infrastructure Development Bill concerns (2014) Bond CCS Infrastructure Development Bill concerns. Patrick Bond testifies to Parliament against mega-projects : 1-12.
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Bond Patrick (2007) Crony Capitalism, Climate Crisis and Coega:
The Minerals-Energy Complex Queues for Corporate Welfare
Centre for Civil Society : 1-21.
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Bond Patrick (2007) Bond Johannesburg First Affidavit. Constitutional case against Johannesburg Water : -.
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Bond Patrick (2007) Bond Johannesburg Second Affidavit. Constitutional case against Johannesburg  : 1-28.
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Bond Patrick (2007) Competing Explanations of Zimbabwe’s Long Economic Crisis. Safundi: The Journal of South African and American Studies : 1-24.
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Bond Patrick (2007) Can Climate Change be Cured by Carbon Trading?. Climate Change Conference, Johannesburg, 24 April 2007 : 1-13.
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Bond Patrick (2007) Fossil Fuel Energy, Electricity Access and Climate Change. Climate Change Conference, Johannesburg, 24 April 2007 : 1-9.
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Bond Patrick (2007) Reconciliation and Economic Reaction: Flaws in South Africa’s Elite Transition
 : 1-16.
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Bond Patrick (2007) Norwegian Petroleum Fund Investments: Social/environmental not narrow financial strategy. Presentation to the Attac Norway Conference on Oil, Climate and Justice Oslo, 12 October 2007 : 1-21.
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Bond Patrick (2008) Natural Resources Depedency and Exploitation in SADC . Sangoco/SADC conference on Resource Extraction  : 1-29.
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Bond Patrick (2008) Linking below, across and against – World Social Forum weaknesses, global governance gaps and the global justice movement’s strategic dilemmas. Centre for Civil Society : -.
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Bond Patrick (2008) Reformist Reforms, Non-Reformist Reforms and Global Justice: Activist, NGO and Intellectual Challenges in the World Social Forum. WSF Festival for Social Change  : -.
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Bond Patrick (2007) What space for concerns of the poor. Eye on Civil Society : -.
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Bond Patrick (2007) Global Uneven Development, Primitive Accumulation and Political-Economic Conflict in Africa: The Return of the Theory of Imperialism
Centre for Civil Society : 1-15.
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Bond Patrick (2008) Political economy, oil and social resistance in Africa (Slide Show).  OilWatch/groundWork strategy conference, : 1-48.
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Bond Patrick (2016) BRICS in global (apartheid) context: Part 2. Presented to the University of the Western Cape School of Government : 1-53.
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Bond Patrick (2016) BRICS in global (apartheid) context: Part 3. Presented to the University of the Western Cape School of Government : 1-40.
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Bond Patrick (2012) South Africa in BRICS and the emerging world –
and in the G20 and submerging world.  : 1-52.
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Bond Patrick & Sharife Khadija  (2009) Apartheid Reparations and the Contestation of Corporate Power in Africa. Review of African Political Economy  No. 119:115-137: 1-24.
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Bond Patrick, Garcia Ana, Moreira Mariana, & Bai Ruixui
 (2016) TAKE THE PORTS ! Contesting Power in Global South Export Hubs

Patrick Bond & Ana Garcia on Global South Export Hubs : 1-40.
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Bond, Patrick (2005) Muncipal protests flag global red/green inequality.  The Mercury : -.
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Bond, Patrick () Financing and the environment: Big problems and big solutions.  : 0-0.
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Bond, Patrick  () Mbeki vs. Zuma: South Africa's Fight Between Hostile Brothers. Center for Civil Society : -.
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Bond, Patrick  (2010) The bank loan that could break SA's back
The Mercury (Eye on Civil Society) : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2010) Palestine liberation recalls anti-apartheid tactics, responsibilities and controversies
Eye on Civil Society (The mercury) : -.
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Bond, Patrick  (2013) Urgent need to detox pollution-hit South Durban . Eye on Civil Society : -.
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Bond, Patrick & Desai, Ashwin & Ndlovu, Molefi Mafereka & J. Lee, Christopher  (2009) Sovereignty, Neoliberalism, and the Postdiasporic Politics of Globalization: A Conversation about South Africa with Patrick Bond, Ashwin Desai, and Molefi Mafereka ka Ndlovu. Radical History Review Issue 103: 143-162.
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Bond, Niall  (2011) The history of the concept of civil society. CCS Seminar : 1-19.
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Bond, Patrick (2002) Thabo Mbeki's New Partnership for Africa's Development Breaking or Shining the Chains of Global Apartheid?. Centre for Civil Society : 1-24.
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Bond, Patrick (2002) “Nepad, no thanks,” say African Progressives. Z-mag June 20: -.
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Bond, Patrick (2002) Moderates Wilt But Radical South Africans Struggle On. Z-mag April 17: -.
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Bond, Patrick (2002) Thabo Mbeki Addresses His Compatriots. Z-mag February 15: -.
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Bond, Patrick (2002) Zimbabwe: On the Brink of Change, Or of a Coup?. Z-mag January 30: -.
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Bond, Patrick (2002) WSSD: `A Test for Multilateralism' - or Imperialism-as-Usual?.  : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2002) Rejecting Nepad in Good Conscience. Special Report of the CCS website : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2002) The Wehab Challenge (for South Africa).  : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2000) Can Thabo Mbeki change the world? Strategies, tactics and alliances towards global governance. The Inaugural Frantz Fanon Memorial Lecture University of Durban-Westville: 1-30.
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Bond, Patrick (2001) The World Bank in the Time of Cholera. Z-Mag April 13: -.
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Bond, Patrick (2008) Patrick Bond on reparations for apartheid profits. Eye on Civil Society : -.
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Bond, Patrick  (2008) The global carbon trade debate For or against the privatisation of the air?
Paper presented to the SA Sociological Association 15th Congress : 1-15.
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Bond, Patrick  (2008) Social Movements and Corporate Social Responsibility in South Africa
Presented to the International Society of Business, Economics and Ethics Fourth World Congress: Global Fairness – Local integrity : 1-24.
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Bond, Patrick (2002) Geopolitics of Jo'burg Protests: Independent Left beats Ruling Party . Centre for Civil Society : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2006) World Water Day: Water activists turn on the taps and turn up the pressure. Pambazuka : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2007) Linking below, across and against: World Social Forum weaknesses, global governance gaps, and civil society’s political, ideological and strategic dilemmas
Paper presented at the Democracy and Social Movements Institute SungKongHoe University, Seoul, South Korea, 28 May 2007 : 1-27.
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Bond, Patrick  (2007) Linking below, across and against: World Social Forum weaknesses, global governance gaps, and civil society’s political, ideological and strategic dilemmas. Paper to be presented at the Gyeongsang University Institute of Social Studies Conference on ‘Alternative Economic Strategies for Socialism in the 21st Century’ Jinju, South Korea, 25 May 2007 : 1-26.
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Bond, Patrick (2002) ‘Something for Nothing’ in the Discourses of
‘Sustainable Development’. 8th Qualitative/Critical Methods Conference: Something for Nothing: Subjectivity and the New Economy Pretoria, Septmber: 1-25.
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Bond, Patrick (2002) Local Economic Debates in South Africa. Municipal Services Project: Occasional Paper 6: 1-38.
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Bond, Patrick (2002) After Johannesburg, where to for the Movements for Global Justice?.  : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2003) Two Essays on Anti-Capitalism in Africa. Forthcoming in Rachel Neumann and Andy Hsiao (Eds), Anti-Capitalism: A Field Guide to the Global Justice Movement, New York, New Press, 2003 : 1-17.
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Bond, Patrick  (2004) Resurgent South African Civil Society: The Case of Johannesburg -- and the Challenge of Globalisation (of People) and Deglobalisation (of Capital). Centre for Civil Society : 1-32.
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Bond, Patrick  (2005) A New War?: On Wolfowitz's World Bank!. Centre for Civil Society : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2003) Embryonic African Anti-Capitalism. A Field Guide to the Global Justice Movement : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2004) 'The George Bush of Africa' Pretoria Chooses Subimperialism. Foreign Policy In Focus  : 1-8.
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Bond, Patrick (2003) Bretton Woods reform or reparations?. Portland, Hart Publishing : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2004) From People, Prosperity and Planet to Poverty, Property and Pollution.  : 1-24.
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Bond, Patrick  (2003) Potentials for African Anti-Capitalism: Uneven Development and Popular Resistance. RAU Sociology Seminar Series (Third Term) 25 July: 1-24.
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Bond, Patrick  (2008) EU-African Economic Partnership Agreements, Neoliberalism, and Eco-Social Resistance . Codesria conference on trade, Addis Ababa, 9-10 June  : 1-36.
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Bond, Patrick (2003) Can victory on AIDS medicines catalyse wider change?. Zmag : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2007) Global Governance’ or the World Social Forum:
Divergent analysis, strategy and tactics. Centre for Civil Society : 1-23.
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Bond, Patrick  (2007) From WSF 'NGO trade fair' to left politics? . Centre for Civil Society : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2004) From Racial to Class Apartheid South Africa’s Frustrating Decade of Freedom. Monthly Review : 1-15.
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Bond, Patrick (2004) After the South African Election: Rhetorics and Realities . Centre for Civil Society : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2007) Volatile Capitalism and Global Poverty. SANPAD: The Poverty challenge Conference 2007  : 1-40.
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Bond, Patrick (2006) The Looting of Africa. Paper presented to the International Sociology Association Session 01: Africa and the Future of World Society: 1-37.
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Bond, Patrick (2006) Decommodification in theory and practice: Fighting human insecurity in post-apartheid South Africa’s water wars. Paper presented to the International Sociological Association  : 1-25.
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Bond, Patrick (2006) Civil society and Wolfowitz’s World Bank: Reform or rejection revisited. Paper presented to the International Sociology Association:  Panel #12: “Global financial institutions:: 1-27.
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Bond, Patrick (2006) Programmatic Options for State and Social Power. Centre for Civil Society : 1-17.
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Bond, Patrick (2006) Civil society on global governance: Facing divergent analysis, strategy and tactics. Paper presented to the International Society for Third-Sector Research : 1-29.
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Bond, Patrick  (2004) The ANC’s ‘Left Turn’ and South African Subimperialism: Ideology, Geopolitics and Capital Accumulation
Centre for civil society : 1-19.
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Bond, Patrick  (2003) Bush in Africa . Zmag : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2006) The World Bank during neoliberal and neoconservative fusion. Centre for Civil Society : 1-3.
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Bond, Patrick  (2008) Corporate Responsibility, Environmental Protection and Threats to Africa’s Development. AFRICA’S ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS: OPPORTUNITIES, CHALLENGES, THREATS Conference co-hosted by The Departments of Political Sciences and Geography University of South Africa, Pretoria, 30 May 2008  : 1-30.
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Bond, Patrick  (2008) South Africa in the dark about global warming. The Mercury Columnists: Eye on Civil Society) : -.
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Bond, Patrick  (2008) (Slideshow) Corporate Responsibility, Environmental Protection and Threats to Africa’s Development. Unisa Africa Environmental Politics conference : 1-37.
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Bond, Patrick (2008) Trade, Investment and the Looting of Africa.  : 1-33.
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Bond, Patrick  (2008) African Economic and Political Integration and Alternatives to the EU-ACP Economic Partnership Agreements. Codesria conference on trade, Addis Ababa, 9-10 June  : 1-4.
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Bond, Patrick  (2008) The MEC, carbon trading and climate change
UKZN Minerals-Energy-Complex workshop  : 1-53.
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Bond, Patrick (2008) African Political Economy . CCS/Osisa Course on Economic Justice Advocacy, Environment and Social Policy  : 1-116.
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Bond, Patrick  (2006) Looting Africa The Economics of Exploitation . Centre for Civil Society : 1-1.
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Bond, Patrick (2009) SA economic performance: global/local capitalist crisis . Debate: The ANC's 2009 economic manifesto’s feasibility –global recession : 1-51.
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Bond, Patrick  (2005) Introduction to the Research Reports. Centre for Civil Society : -.
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Bond, Patrick  (2005) Anti- (sub) imperial Solidarity: The Case Of SA – Zimbabwe. CCS & Znet : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2004) Ten Years of Democracy: From Racial to Class Apartheid. CCS Wolpe Lecture : 1-67.
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Bond, Patrick (2007) South African Subimperialism. Presented to the conference Toward an Africa Without Borders : 1-20.
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Bond, Patrick (2006) Dirty Politics - South African Energy Policies
Presented to the Centre for Civil Society, TransNational Institute Carbon Trade Watch and TimberWatch Workshop on Climate Change : 1-27.
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Bond, Patrick  (2007) The Economic Crisis in Zimbabwe: Contextual Historical and Global Factors . Presented to the Zimcodd/AFSC conference Towards a Lasting Solution  : 1-33.
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Bond, Patrick (2005) Dispossessing Africa's Wealth. Pambazuka : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2006) Municipal elections won't appease furious South Africans. Centre for Civil Society : -.
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Bond, Patrick  (2007) Transcending Two Economies: Renewed debates in South African political economy (Introduction). Special issue of the University of South Africa Development Studies journal Africanus, November 2007 : 1-23.
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Bond, Patrick (2006) Gramsci, Polanyi and Impressions from Africa on the Social Forum Phenomenon. Weekend Workshop on the World Social Forum : 1-8.
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Bond, Patrick (2006) Climate change and energy crises: A critique of the South African state and capital. The Goedgedacht Forum : 1-38.
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Bond, Patrick  (2006) African workers and scholars unite. Centre for Civil Society : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2007) What today’s looting of Africa tells us about tomorrow’s looting of Zimbabwe. A New Zimbabwe Lecture for the Zimbabwe Research Foundation : 1-10.
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Bond, Patrick (2006) African Movements Debate: Local, Continental and Global Change. International Sociological Association Conference (24-28 July) : 1-20.
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Bond, Patrick (2006) Time to boycott agents of 'global apartheid'. The Mercury : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2007) Zimbabwe’s Hide & Seek with the IMF: Imperialism, Nationalism & the South African Proxy. Review of African Political Economy : 1-11.
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Bond, Patrick  (2007) Primitive accumulation, enclavity, rural marginalisation and articulation. ‘Briefings’ in the March 2007 Review of African Political Economy : 1-21.
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Bond, Patrick (1990) The new US class struggle : financial
industry power vs. grassroots populism. Capital & Class 39: 1-32.
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Bond, Patrick (2007) The Struggle for Democracy in Zimbabwe: Confronting the Long Economic Crisis. University of California-Berkeley Center for African Studies  : 1-15.
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Bond, Patrick (2007) Coega: Corporate Welfare and Climate Crisis . Centre for Civil Society : 1-21.
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Bond, Patrick (2007) The Heart of Global Apartheid: ‘Joburg’. Conference: Local Racism, Global Apartheid : 1-23.
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Bond, Patrick (2007) Global Citizen Action Against Climate Change: Reformist or Non-Reformist Reforms? A Report from South Africa. Paper presented to the Cosmopolitan Civil Societies Research Centre : 1-34.
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Bond, Patrick  (2007) Global Civil Society Strategies for Social Justice. University of KwaZulu Natal Inaugural Professorial Lecture : 1-26.
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Bond, Patrick (2007) Carbon Trading? Why privatisation of the air
won’t cure climate change. Attac Norway Conference on Oil, Climate and Justice Univ. of Oslo, 13 October 2007 : 1-33.
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Bond, Patrick (2007) Empire, Hegemony and Crisis
International Course on Globalisation and Social Transformation, Chulalongkorn University Bangkok, Thailand  : 1-63.
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Bond, Patrick (2008) Decentralization, privatization and countervailing
popular pressure: South African water commodification and decommodification.  : 1-19.
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Bond, Patrick (2007) Privatisation of the Air turns Lethal: Carbon Trading as a Non-Solution to Climate Change. Patrick Bond in N.America to debate carbon trading, 13-19 November : 1-34.
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Bond, Patrick (2006) Unmasking the microcredit success lie. Centre for Civil Society : -.
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Bond, Patrick  (2008) South Africa’s Reconstruction and Development Programme What relevance for Burmese liberation? . Centre for Civil Society : -.
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Bond, Patrick  (2008) Crony Capitalism, Climate Crisis and Coega:
The Minerals-Energy Complex Queues for Corporate Welfare. Centre for Civil Society : 1-21.
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Bond, Patrick (2008) Gramsci, Polanyi and Impressions from Africa on the Social Forum Phenomenon. WSF Fesitval for Social Change : 1-8.
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Bond, Patrick (2008) Globalisation, economic crisis and prospects for multilateral reform. Presentation to the GENTA seminar on the Role of International Financial Institutions and Trade Negotiations : 1-48.
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Bond, Patrick (2007) Big bucks work small wonders. Eye on Civil Society : -.
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Bond, Patrick  (2006) Ghost on the coast. Eye on Civil Society : -.
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Bond, Patrick  (2008) Climate Change and the Carbon Trading Controversy in Mitigation and Adaptation. Oxfam Climate Change Meeting  : 1-39.
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Bond, Patrick  (2008) Coega: Corporate Welfare and Climate Crisis . Centre for Civil Society : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2008) Politicians’ pleas for global justice ring hollow at home. Centre for Civil Society : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2010) Can the ‘new’ industrial policy resolve economic crises and prevent further bursting of SA’s financial bubble?.  : 1-15.
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Bond, Patrick (2008) The Political Economy of the Welfare State (Course Outline). SCHOOL OF DEVELOPMENT STUDIES Masters Programme in Development Studies : -.
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Bond, Patrick  (2008) Overcoming crisis and restoring profitability? Capital's limited options in uneven and combined South Africa. Presentation to the Amandla Colloquium:Continuity and Discontinuity of Capitalism in Post-Apartheid SA : -.
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Bond, Patrick  (2008) Financial power and vulnerability in South Africa and the world. Centre for Civil Society : 1-52.
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Bond, Patrick  (2008) Fathoming the sayings of chairman Mike
Eye on Civil Society Column (The Mercury) : -.
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Bond, Patrick  (2006) Primitive Accumulation, Enclavity, Rural
Marginalisation & Articulation. Review of African Political Economy  No.111:29-37: 1-9.
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Bond, Patrick (2006) Microcredit Evangelism, Health,
and Social Policy. Centre for Civil Society : 1-21.
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Bond, Patrick (2008) Are Norway’s Global Financial Reforms Post-Imperialist?. Studies in Political Economy 81 SPRING 2008: 1-11.
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Bond, Patrick (2006) The Dispossession of African Wealth at
the Cost of Africa’s Health
 : 1-22.
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Bond, Patrick (2008) Global political-economic and geopolitical
processes, structures and trends
Summary of Synthesis Report for the World Health Organisation’s Commission on the Social Determinants of Health Globalization and Health Knowledge Network : -.
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Bond, Patrick  (2008) The state of the global carbon trade debate. Presented to the Energy Caucus conference, 9-10 September 2008, Johannesburg : 1-13.
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Bond, Patrick (2008) Zuma, the centre-left and the left-left. Centre for Civil Society : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2008) A tribute to a rare humanist economist. Centre for Civil Society : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2009) The SA economy: What has gone so badly wrong?.  : 1-50.
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Bond, Patrick (2009) Labour Influence in the New South African Government
WorkingUSA: The Journal of Labor and Society Volume 12 · December 2009: 1-16.
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Bond, Patrick (2009) Southern Africa, popular resistance to Neoliberalism, 1982–2007. International Encyclopedia of Revolution and Protest : 1-6.
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Bond, Patrick (2009) Repaying Africa for climate crisis: Ecological debt as a development finance alternative to emissions trading
Climate seminar at Univ of Lund Business School : 1-68.
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Bond, Patrick (2009) South Africa’s ‘rights culture’ of water consumption: Breaking out of the liberal box and into the commons?
Water, Cultural Diversity & Global Environmental Change: Emerging Trends, Sustainable Futures?  : 1-20.
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Bond, Patrick (2010) Planning a New World Climate Order: ‘Seal the Deal’ or ‘Seattle the Deal’?. Presented at the 10th World Social Forum, Porto Alegre : 1-8.
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Bond, Patrick (2010) True cost of Durban's waste strategy. Eye on Civil Society : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2010) South Africa’s financial bubble and boiling social protest. Paper presented in absentia to the Socialist Register Workshop on Crisis, Toronto, 6 February 2010  : 1-17.
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Bond, Patrick (2010) Super stadiums vs safe shelter and sewerage.  : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2010) Climate Debt Owed to Africa: What to Demand and How to Collect?
For presentation to the Economic Justice Network Post Copenhagen Climate Justice Conference, 5 May 2010, Johannesburg : 1-29.
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Bond, Patrick (2010) South Africa and the Politics of Global Warming:
From market destruction to climate justice. TEDX UKZN Conference  : 1-34.
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Bond, Patrick (2010) The party may not be worth the hangover . Eye on Civil Society : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2010) Innovation, climate change, state and
development: How bad is the climate crisis?. Conference: Rethinking governance and economic development in Africa Open Society Initiative of Southern Africa : 1-23.
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Bond, Patrick (2010) An autopsy of the World Bank’s loan to Eskom and South African climate policy
Presentation to the Democracy and Development Programme, Durban 20 May 2010  : 1-35.
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Bond, Patrick (2010) Climate Justice articles September 2009-August 2010. various : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2010) A political-economic perspective on climate justice within the alter-globalization movements Resistance to ‘shifting, stealing and stalling’ from Kyoto to Copenhagen to Cancun. Presented to the International Conference on Alter-globalization movements and the alternative ideas of Korea : 1-30.
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Bond, Patrick (2010) Financing National Health Insurance: What can
South Africa afford?. presented to the roundtable National Health Insurance: Exploring key questions Oxfam Australia : 1-33.
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Bond, Patrick  (2010) Fifa hydra hoovers up World Cup benefits Officials and government have sold South Africa down the river, but now the 'suckers' are responding angrily to being ripped offThe Mercury, Eye on Civil Society  : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2010) A political-economic perspective on climate justice within alter-globalization movements
Resistance to ‘shifting, stalling and stealing’
from Kyoto to Copenhagen to Cancun (to South Africa).  : 1-54.
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Bond, Patrick (2010) A political economy of the 2010 World Cup.  : 1-48.
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Bond, Patrick (2010) Debates in and about Global Justice Movements,
a decade on.  : 1-48.
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Bond, Patrick (2010) Debates in and about Global Justice Movements,
a decade on
 : 1-45.
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Bond, Patrick (2010) What are the key issues for a critical appraisal of South Africa’s perspectives on climate change and the poor?. Norway climate research seminar : 1-30.
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Bond, Patrick (2010) Ecological Debt: Extractive Industries and Climate Change.  Jubilee South Africa conference on ecological debt : 1-20.
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Bond, Patrick (2010) Ecological Debt: Extractive Industries and Climate Change. Jubilee South Africa conference on ecological debt : 1-20.
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Bond, Patrick (2010) Capitalism, the Privatisation of Basic Social Services and the Implementation of Socio-Economic Rights: Challenges and Advocacy Strategies for Human Rights and Social
Justice Actors, Learning from the Johannesburg Water Defeat. Presented to the International Commission of Jurists Southern Africa Socio-Economic Rights Camp: Economic, Social and Cultural Rights Advocacy and Litigation : 1-8.
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Bond, Patrick (2010) South African Splinters: From elite transition
to small-a alliances.  : 1-9.
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Bond, Patrick (2010)  Fifa police state takes precedence. EYE ON CIVIL SOCIETY COLUMN, 6 July 2010 : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2010) Perspectives on progressive politics. Progress’ in Zimbabwe Conference : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2010) Ecosocialist Politics and Climate Justice(tentative directions). Historical Materialism conference Panel on Political Ecology in a Time of Crisis : 1-21.
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Bond, Patrick (2010) A climate conference, old and new oil curses, and Norwegian ‘Good Samaritans’.  : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2010) Uneven and combined development, migration and xenophobia in Southern Africa. Presented to the conference on Indian Formation : 1-46.
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Bond, Patrick (2010) A Half-Century of Competing Political Economic Traditions in South Africa. Presented to the conference on Race, Class and the Developmental State : 1-26.
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Bond, Patrick (2010) Climate Justice in Durban: build our movement for COP 17!.  : 1-1.
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Bond, Patrick (2010) Todos los demás pierden: El capitalismo climático gana en Cancún.  : 1-8.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) Ecosocialism and climate justice politics.  : 1-35.
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Bond, Patrick  (2010) Is Africa Still Being Looted? A Debate Dodging World Bank Schizophrenia. Eye on Civil Society : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2010) Parliamentarians stick their heads in the sand when digging into service delivery protests.  Eye on Civil Society (The Mercury) : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2010) Development goals that won’t be met. Eye on Civil Society (The Mercury) : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) When civil societyism fronts for barbarism
Eye on Civil Society column : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) Obama, not yet Uhuru.  : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) A run on Grameen Bank’s integrity. Eye on Civil Society column : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) MICRO CREDIT SNAKES AND LADDERS BETWEEN SOUTH AFRICA’S ‘TWO ECONOMIES’.  : 1-18.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) Academic sanctions and global solidarity for Palestinian liberation: A view from South Africa on the need to unfriend Israeli universities
Presented to the Association of American Geographers Annual Meetings Seattle, Washington, 12 April 2011 : 1-7.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) From Cairo to Dakar to Durban, another world actually is possible! . Eye on Civil Society : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) Climate Justice and the Durban Conference of Polluters (COP17).  Cochabamba+1 climate justice conference : 1-13.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) Politics of global climate change and social justice a critique of market injustice and unsustainability. University of San Francisco Social Justice and Sustainability Symposium : 1-27.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) SA climate leadership risks global bankruptcy. Eye on Civil Society : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) Political-ecological and political-economic conflicts over water management in Durban, South Africa (Draft).  : 1-31.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) Climate justice or money?.  : 1-15.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) South African anti-apartheid strategy and BDS, then and now.  : 1-5.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) Uneven and combined Marxism within South Africa’s urban social movements: Trancending precarity in community, labour and environmental struggles. presented to the City University of New York Center for Place, Culture and Politics and Socialist Register CUNY Graduate Center  : 1-21.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) Palestine’s looming socio-economic danger:From Washington politics to the Washington Consensus. Paper presented to TIDA-Gaza, 19 May 2011, Gaza City : 1-9.
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Bond, Patrick () Post - Liberation aid dependancy finance and public policy: The Case of South Africa . TIDA-Gaza : 1-31.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) Politics of Climate Justice Paralysis Above, Movement Below
presented to the Gyeongsang University Institute of Social Science, Jinju 27 May 2011  : 1-20.
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Bond, Patrick (2016) Social Movements for Climate Justice: from International NGOs to local communities. To be presented to the Ernst Strüngmann Forum Rethinking Environmentalism: Linking Justice, Sustainability, and Diversity Frankfurt am Main, June 19-24, 2016 : 1-28.
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Bond, Patrick (2014) Neoliberal nationalism’ with ‘tokenistic’ welfarism and civil society resistances. Book launch A Second Revolution : 1-52.
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Bond, Patrick (2014) Tokenism in South African social policy. lecture on SA social policy at University of Burgundy : 1-20.
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Bond, Patrick (2014) The BRICS offer a progressive internationalist choice: should we be for, or against?. Institute for Policy Studies debate with the Center for Economic Policy Research : 1-74.
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Bond, Patrick  (2014) Ideologies en transformation Paroles à gauche, actions à droite: les politiques sociales en Afrique du Sud. Patrick Bond lecture on SA social policy at University of Burgundy : 1-2014.
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Bond, Patrick (2014) Leaders are paralysed, but the movement is growing . Eye on Civil Society : 1-1.
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Bond, Patrick (2014) Why reversing Africa’s Resource Curse requires calculating natural capital accounts and ecological debt . Beyond GDP in Africa: Innovative Ideas for a Regional Dashboard : 1-56.
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Bond, Patrick (2014) Framing challenge: linking neoliberalism,
violence and the metabolism of struggle. UKZN Geography workshop on community politics : 1-34.
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Bond, Patrick (2010) Can Zimbabwe finally progress?. Eye on Civil Society : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2010) Climate Change & WikiLeaks . Eye on Civil Society : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2010) ‘Climate capitalism’ won at Cancun - everyone else loses. Eye on Civil Society (The Mercury) : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) 2 Coal Critiques . Eye on Civil Society : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2009)  The World Social Forum. Third Sector Research Chapter 23: 1-12.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) Government’s ‘talk left, walk right’ climate policy
Eye on Civil Society column,  : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) Mubaraking’ Muammar, Maliki, Mugabe… and Michael?. Eye on Civil Society column, 1 March 2011 : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) From Critical Troubador to the Politics of Emancipation. The Dennis Brutus Memorial Lecture at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University Centre for the Advancement of Non-Racialism and Democracy  : 1-11.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) Obama misses the point of Middle East uprising . Eye on Civil Society  : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) Bond Gyeongsang Univ climate politics 27 May 2011.  : 1-30.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) Bond Africa in Crisis Gyeongsang 26 May 2011.  : 1-63.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) Will neoliberal financiers paralyse Palestine and
chill the Arab Spring?.  : 1-22.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) Climate justice and the politics of scale. presented to the Antipode Institute for Geographies of Justice University of Georgia, Athens 31 May, 2011 : 1-41.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) Limits of Interurban Entrepreneurial Competition in Durban Structure and Agency under Neoliberal-Nationalist Municipal Management. Presented to the American Association of Geographers 14 April 2011, Seattle, Washington : 1-40.
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Bond, Patrick (21011) South African climate injustice. presented at the UKZN School of Business, 23 June 2011 : 1-17.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) ‘People’ Climate justice politics. presented to the University of KwaZulu-Natal SIFE Business Seminar ‘Effects of Climate Change on the Triple Bottom Line’ 22 June, 2011  : 1-21.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) Africa in the Crisis: Fissures in Neo-Liberal Development Strategy.  : 1-40.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) Climate justice versus market narratives.  : 1-21.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) The Durban Climate Summit (Conference of the Parties 17): Climate justice versus market narratives. presented (via skypecast) to Nature™ Inc? Questioning the Market Panacea in Environmental Policy and Conservation Institute for Social Studies, The Hague, 30 June 2011 : 1-20.
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Bond, Patrick (2016) Conflict, competition and power - the (D)urban context and (D)urban violence. Urban Frontiers: A conversation about poverty, violence and development in South African cities : 1-33.
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Bond, Patrick (2016) Since the BRICS are dying, Pan-Africanism must be rebuilt from below. Decolonising International Relations in the Time of Crisis : 1-38.
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Bond, Patrick  (2016) Transnet on trial: the case from South Durban. Merebank, Umlazi, Wentworth and Bluff residents : 1-43.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) South Africa’s Carbon-Tax Debate Disappoints. Triple Crisis : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) Can a Nigerian squeeze the poor for the World Bank?
Eye on Civil Society : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) Is the ‘Green Economy’ privatized nature?
Answers from the Durban COP17 and Rio+20.  : 1-44.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) COP17 coverage: South African business media blind faith in markets
 : 1-10.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) Durban’s Conference of Polluters, market failure and critic failure.  : 1-29.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) The crisis of ‘Sustainable Development’ from the 1992 Earth Summit to the current capitalist meltdown and ‘Green Economy’ gambit (Slide Show). People's Dialogue 'Green Economy' seminar : 1-57.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) Climate Justice, Media and Public Policy
Durban to Rio: COP17, market meltdown and ‘Green Economy’ gambits.  : 1-36.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) Connecting lots of dots to climate change in South Durban.  : 1-52.
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Bond, Patrick (2015) Durban’s port-petrochemical complex
as a site of economic and environmental violence. Presented to the conference Rethinking Cities in the Global South: Urban Violence, Social Inequality and Spatial Justice Tata Institute, Mumbai : 1-33.
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Bond, Patrick (2016) Managing a de-globalising Durban?. Conference Rethinking Cities in the Global South : 1-89.
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Bond, Patrick (2015) BRICS in global (apartheid) context: Part 1 . presented to the University of the Western Cape School of Government : 1-69.
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Bond, Patrick (2016) Only greater pressure on society’s elites will ease university fee stress. The Conversation, 21 October 2015 : 1-8.
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Bond, Patrick (2016) Development Interventions: Theory, power and practice. CCS Seminar: Can the SA budget afford #FeesMustFall demands and other social spending? 23 February  : 1-67.
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Bond, Patrick  (2011) The insider-outsider climate quandary . Eye on Civil Society column (The Mercury newspaper, Durban)  : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) South African political economy: Main trends, then and now.  : 1-29.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) Climate and economic crises: why we need an
eco-socialist ‘Just Transition’, not fossil fuel
addiction. National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa Central Committee Workshop on Climate Change  : 1-50.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) As climate summit approaches, SA industrial policy hits green wall. Southern Africa Report, 18 April 2011 : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) From Bonn to Durban, climate meetings are Conferences of Polluters. ZNet, 21 June 2011 : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) South Africa prepares for ‘Conference of Polluters’. Sunday Independent, 8 February  : -.
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Bond, Patrick () Dethroning King Coal in 2011, from West Virginia to Durban
Znet, January 30  2011: -.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) The Right to the City and the Eco-Social Commoning of Water: Discursive and Political Lessons from South Africa.  : 1-16.
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Bond, Patrick (2009) Water, Health, and the Commodification Debate. Review of Radical Political Economics : 1-20.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) South Africa’s ‘rights culture’ of water consumption. B.Johnston, L.Hiwasaki, I.Klaver, and V.Strang (Eds), Water, Cultural Diversity & Global Environmental Change: Emerging Trends, Sustainable Futures? Chapter 3.3: 1-14.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) A critical view of Green Capitalism. presented to the conference of the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation and OilWatch, Quito, 21 July 2011: NEW GLOBAL HEGEMONIES, SAME OLD PROBLEM? : 1-61.
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Bond, Patrick  (2011) The latest Minerals-Energy Complex attack on nature and society.  : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) Subimperialism as lubricant of neoliberalism
South Africa’s emergence from the apartheid laager. Conference: Rising Powers and the Future of Global Governance  : 1-19.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) Subimperialism as lubricant of neoliberalism
South Africa’s emergence from the apartheid laager (Slide Show). Research Network on Global Governance and the Emerging Global South conference on Rising Powers and the Future of Global Governance : 1-53.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) Debt, uneven development and capitalist crisis in South Africa: The first 200 years. Repoliticizing Debt: Provisional Workshop Program : 1-40.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) Green Economy’ Buzz moves to Rio, leaving Pretoria Confused.  : 1-4.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) Debt, uneven and combined development,
the capitalist crisis as seen from South Africa. Presented to the workshop on ‘Repoliticizing Debt’ Queens University Kingston, Canada : 1-41.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) The political economy of carbon trading
Sociedade Brasileira de Economia Política XVII ENCONTRO NACIONAL DE ECONOMIA POLÍTICA : 1-.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) Green Economy’ and Sustainable Development
from the 1992 Earth Summit to the current capitalist meltdown
BWI Conference Series on Sustainable Industries : 1-60.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) Leave the oil in the soil – or rather spill it on North Coast beaches, foul South Durban’s air and wreck the Amazon?.  : 1-4.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) Will Durban be a Conference of Polluters? Bonn confirms urgency of halting dirty climate politics. Eye on Civil Society, 21 June : 1-3.
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Bond, Patrick  (2011) Africa fibbed to by world financiers. Eye on Civil Society : 1-2.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) Labour’s climate alliances with communities and
environmentalists What will happen at the COP17?. National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa Durban shopstewards workshop, 22 August 2011 : 1-14.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) What climate justice means for Southern Africa And how it applies to climate debt, carbon trading and public finance. presented to the SADC Association of Parliamentary Budget Committees : 1-24.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) The coming fight over capital flight. The Mercury Eye on Civil Society : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) Climate injustice and the role of the World Bank: A view from South Africa. World Development Movement, London 5 September, 2011 : 1-64.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) The politics of climate change rom Copenhagen to Durban what is at stake. presented to People’s Dialogue Durban, South Africa 21 September 2011 at COP 17 : 1-65.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) Can COP17 ‘deliver’? No! Delegitimise!.  : 1-42.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) Greenwashing doesn’t disguise the dirt. The Mercury Eye on Society column) : -.
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Bond, Patrick  (2011) Climate-dumb Durban’s greenwash manual
Eye on Civil Society 30 August: -.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) Climate-crisis capitalism, global environmental governance and geopolitical competition in emissions laxity. International Labour Rights Information Group Globalization School on Capitalism and the Environment : 1-19.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) The International Financial System and the Need for a New International Financial Architecture
 : 1-24.
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Bond, Patrick (2013) Environmental justice contested in South African
air, land, water and medicines.  : 1-127.
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Bond, Patrick (2013) DEJAR EL PETROLEO EN EL SUBSUELO:
EXIGIR EL PAGO DE LA DEUDA ECOLOGICA PARA UN TRANSICION JUSTA. Ecuador conference on eco/economic crises : 1-46.
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Bond, Patrick (2013) Leave the oil under the soil: Demanding payment of ecological debt for a just transition. Ecuador conference on eco/economic crises : 1-46.
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Bond, Patrick (2013) Yes, Brics does reflect the ANC’s sell-out to neoliberalism.  : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2013) Towards a 21st Century Socialism. Futures Commission on Alternatives to Neoliberalism : 1-68.
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Bond, Patrick (2013) Durban’s hosting of BRICS, 26-27 March 2013
International Convention Centre. Left Forum : 1-50.
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Bond, Patrick (2013) Imperialism and ecology capitalist crisis, financialized nature, the ‘Green Economy’ and climate politics. Left Forum : 1-57.
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Bond, Patrick (2013) South Durban’s future, and what it means for our economy, society and environment. Centre for Civil Society Seminar: Durban hotspots - Cato Manor service nondelivery, and South Durban privatised wastewater and port/petrochem expansion : 1-60.
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Bond, Patrick (2013) Political economy meets political ecology (Part 1). CCS/OSISA course, Rethinking Development, Sustainability and Economic Justice : 1-75.
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Bond, Patrick (2013) Political economy meets political ecology (Part 2). CCS/OSISA course, Rethinking Development, Sustainability and Economic Justice : 1-118.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) BRICS summit a looming ‘sub-imperial’ disaster for Durban. Eye on Civil Society : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2013) The SA National Development Plan’s Diagnostic Document: A review, and an alternative diagnosis. Open Society's Sustainable Development course for Southern Africa : 1-84.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) The International Financial System and the Need for a New International Financial Architecture.  : 1-24.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) Beware ‘social justice’ promises by international bankers. Eye on Civil Society The Mercury   11 October 2011: -.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) COP 17 update on alternative spaces and logistics. presented to the PACJA Africa Civil Society Consultative Workshop : 1-11.
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Bond, Patrick () COP 17 update: culture jams, deck of polluter
playing cards. presented to the PACJA Africa Civil Society Consultative Workshop : 1-5.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) COP 17 update: some resources from the Centre for Civil Society. presented to the PACJA Africa Civil Society Consultative Workshop : 1-7.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) Land-grabbed, exploited Africa within the economic/climate crises. Presented to the DevNet conference Land Grabbing in Africa: Global Resource Scarcity and Competition for Survival : 1-90.
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Bond, Patrick (2013) BRICS lessons in unsustainable urbanisation
Eye on Civil Society : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2013) a Gross Domestic Problem: is the ‘natural capital’ correction a friend or enemy of ecology?. Presented to the workshop on Rethinking Growth, Development and Wellbeing : 1-45.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) The Political Economy of the Welfare State. Opening lecture to School of Built Environment and Development Studies Post-Graduate Course, Winter Term : 1-92.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) ‘Green Economy’ and Sustainable Development
(Slide Show). CCS Seminar: REPORT-BACK FROM RIO+20 : 1-71.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) Uneven and combined development, financialized nature and climate justice politics: (Part 1). Presented to the Johannesburg Workshop on Theory and Criticism Goethe Institute, 5 July 2012 : 1-37.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) Uneven and combined development, financialized nature and climate justice politics: (Part 2). Presented to the Johannesburg Workshop on Theory and Criticism Goethe Institute, 5 July 2012 : 1-58.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) The political economy of the welfare state (9 July 2012). SCHOOL OF DEVELOPMENT STUDIES Masters Programme in Development Studies  : 1-146.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) The political economy of the welfare state (6 July 2012). SCHOOL OF DEVELOPMENT STUDIES Masters Programme in Development Studies  : 1-92.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) ‘Green Economy’ and Sustainable Development from the 1992 Earth Summit to the current economic meltdown . REPORT-BACK FROM RIO+20  : 1-59.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) Human rights, population and climate justice: Will overpopulated Global North polluters and carbon markets again oppress the Global South?. International Conference on Population Dynamics, Climate Change & Sustainable Development : 1-63.
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Bond, Patrick (201) System change not climate change: Energy as a common good in South Africa. A Sud, Rigas Città dell'Altra Economia Largo Frisullo, Roma : 1-18.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) Capitalism and the environment. Presented to the International Labour Research and Information Group Globalisation School : 1-51.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) Durban briefing Climate justice strategy. presented to The Committee on Globalization and Social Change Center for Place, Culture and Politics City University of NY Graduate Center 9 November, 2011 : 1-10.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) COP 17 update Will we have climate justice?.  : 1-13.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) Beyond uneven development. Presented to the conference “Rethinking Development” Cornell University Department of Development Sociology Ithaca, 12 November 2011 : 1-9.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) Durban briefing (Slide Show). Patrick Bond on COP17 politics at Institute for Policy Studies : 1-10.
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Bond, patrick (2011) Mobilising for social and environmental justice
From Durban to Dublin. Patrick Bond on water politics, the IMF and climate in Dublin : -.
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Bond, Patrick  (2011) Time to “Occupy Durban”? . The Mercury Eye on Society column : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) Bond Climate Discourses. Pre-COP 17 Meeting, Durban, November 25-26 : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) Puppet Statehood, Energy Apartheid and the
Climate Crisis. Patrick Bond on puppet statehood and climate, Unctad conference 1 December  : 1-7.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) A dirty deal coming down in Durban. (Eye on Society column The Mercury) : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) Ecological debt: What they owe, how to make them pay!. Patrick Bond on ecological debt, World Council of Churches : 1-32.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) What is Radical, in Neoliberal-Nationalist South Africa?. Review of Radical Political Economics : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) Financialization, uneven development & climate change Global North crises, Global South responses. Public Forum on Global Financial Crisis and Responses from the South : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2011) Durban’s climate Zombie tripped by dying carbon markets. Eye on Civil Society (The Mercury) 20 December : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2013) SA’s economic crisis: a critical diagnostic of
trends and options. presentation to National Union of Metalworkers National Bargaining Strategy meeting, 8 August 2013 : 1-60.
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Bond, Patrick (2013) Bond BRICS UKZN BMF debate 14 August 2013. Patrick Bond debates BRICS, UKZN Student Union, 14 August : 1-57.
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Bond, Patrick (2013) White elephants and corruption in Durban. Patrick Bond at Durban Flatdwellers conference, 24 August : 1-60.
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Bond, Patrick (2013) BRICS, ‘natural capital’ accounting and the Resource Curse. Natural Resource Policy Dialogue Conference, 30 August : 1-83.
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Bond, Patrick (2013) Crisis Civilizatoria Ecosocialismo Y Buen Vivir.  : 1-13.
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Bond, Patrick (2013) Leaving oil under the soil: Demanding payment of ecological debt for a just transition.  Patrick Bond at G20 Post-Globalisation Initiative G20 counter-summit, St Petersburg/Moscow : 1-25.
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Bond, Patrick (2013) Global political economy & global political ecology.  Patrick Bond lecture on geopolitics at Institute for International Studies, Prague : 1-130.
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Bond, Patrick (2013) The rise of the BRICS and decline of multilateral governance: The case of climate crisis management. Patrick Bond at Shanghai Academy of Social Science, 11 September : 1-13.
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Bond, Patrick (2013) Institutions of South- South Cooperation?
The BRICS bank and shifts in multilateral finance. 'Rising Powers' workshop, 12 September : 1-82.
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Bond, Patrick (2013) World economic crisis and the BRICS: Anti-imperialist, sub-imperialist or in between?. Patrick Bond speaks on the World Economic Crisis and BRICS, at the Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, 13 September  : 1-82.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) Politics, profits and policing after the Marikana Massacre. Eye on Civil Society : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) In 2012, did Africa ‘rise’ or crash?. Eye on Civil Society : -.
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Bond, Patrick  (2012) Durban’s dirty water and sanitation cesspools. Eye on Civil Society : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) Marikana’s ideologies of revolution, revulsion and rearguard defense. Eye on Civil Society : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) Which Africans will Obama ‘whack’ next?. Eye on Civil Society : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) Questions for mall-builders. Eye on Civil Society : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) Jim Kim goes to Joburg – but will he miss Marikana and Medupi?. Eye on Civil Society : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) With corporate collaboration, Mugabe continues the political looting: Will SADC turn a blind eye this week?. Eye on Civil Society : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) In climate of repression, who can surf Durban’s microprotest wave?. Eye on Civil Society : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) Prices versus values at the Rio+20 Earth Summit . Eye on Civil Society : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) Populists confront US-European ‘1%’ Bilderbergers at Washington hotel. Eye on Civil Society : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2013) Should Brazilians foot the bill for Blatter to foot the ball?. Eye on Civil Society : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) South Africa’s Rhodesian temptations in Africa. Eye on Civil Society : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2013) Zuma’s big speech: another reckoning day for SA economy and society. Eye on Civil Society : -.
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Bond, Patrick  (2012) Voetsek Sutcliffe: A new city manager offers a chance for a new ruling ideology. Eye on Civil Society (The Mercury) 3 January 2012 : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) Africa’s ‘Recovery’ Economic Growth, Governance and Social Protest. Africa Insight  Vol 41 (3) – December 2011: 1-16.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) What’s going on in China? Boom, bust and battles from below (Powerpoint). CCS Seminar : 1-92.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) Hot air from Pretoria: President Zuma’s ‘sustainability’ talk rebutted by his pro-pollution walk. Eye on Society column, The Mercury : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) Global Financial and Ecological Crises:
Implications for Zimbabwe. New Zimbabwe Lecture Series : 1-80.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) Politics of climate justice: Paralysis above,
movement below. Santa Barbara Global Studies Conference : 1-60.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) Service delivery protests and grassroots dissatisfaction: what role for Nadel?. Presentation to the Annual General Meeting of the National Association of Democratic Lawyers : 1-21.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) Why boycotting Israeli apartheid follows South Africa’s liberation strategy
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Bond, Patrick (2012) South Africa’s Reconstruction and Development Programme and post-apartheid socio-economic policies:What relevance for Zimbabwe?.  : 1-54.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) China's coming crises. Triple Crisis : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2015) Green Inclusive Transformation in Africa
wishful thinking, or is there a feasible pathway?.  : 1-80.
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Bond, Patrick (2015) Why ‘degrowth’ is already happening in Africa
and why Africa is uprising against ‘Africa Rising’.  : 1-43.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) Is Africa prospering, or being looted?
‘torturing the data until they confess’. Bond lecture on African political economy to Institute for the Advancement of Journalism : 1-101.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) The nonviolent social change legacy of Dennis Brutus: Sanctions, civil disobedience and speaking poetic truths to power and the
powerless.  : 1-35.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) Sutcliffe’s South Durban revenge. Eye on Civil Society : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) Connecting lots of dots to climate change in South Durban, 5/5/12.  : 1-58.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) Water rights, climate, ‘environmental services’ and post-neoliberal strategy from Johannesburg to Rio+20: A critique of liberal NGO and neoliberal Green Economy narratives. Paper presented to the Workshop on Climate Change Discourses, Rights and the Poor, Christian Michelsen Institute, Norway : 1-20.
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Bond, Patrick (2013) Licking their lips over Africa's Resources . Eye on Civil Society : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2013) CLIMATE CHANGE AND POLITICS OF CLIMATE JUSTICE. Presented to University of Port Harcourt Faculty of Social Sciences, 15 March 2013 : 1-87.
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Bond, Patrick (2013) CLIMATE AND WATER JUSTICE LESSONS: RIGHTS-TALK, COMMONING, ECO-DEBT, RESOURCE CURSE, MOVEMENT-BUILDING . Presented to Ejolt Workshop, Abuja, 20 March 2013 : 1-86.
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Bond, Patrick (2013) Durban as BRICS host, 26-27 March 2013.  : 1-71.
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Bond, Patrick (2013) Durban as BRICS host, 26-27 March 2013 International Convention Centre. Patrick Bond presentation on BRICS at International Studies Association, San Francisco, 3 April 2013 : 1-71.
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Bond, Patrick  (2013) South Durban and the Uneven Development
of Urban Political Ecology. Patrick Bond presents on South Durban to Association of American Geographers : 1-70.
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Bond, Patrick (2013) David Harvey on capitalist crisis, ‘fixes’ and uneven development:. Patrick Bond on territorial alliances at International Studies Association : 1-47.
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Bond, patrick (2013) Fossil fuel extraction and the under-development of Africa: The real cost of global energy . OilWatch-Africa conference : 1-82.
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Bond, Patrick (2013) The SA National Development Plan’s Diagnostic Document: a review, and an alternative left diagnosis. Presentation to the AIDC National Development Plan seminar NDP Diagnostic Failure: 1-14.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) White elephants in SA where are they, and do they deserve to go extinct?. Lecture on White Elephants to S.Durban Community Environmental Alliance at Austerville Community Centre : 1-34.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) Can ANC’s mining bias be reversed?. Eye on Civil Society : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) Macro-economic ‘stability’? The need for an alternative. Seminar: The Youth Wage Subsidy and its alternatives  : 1-88.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) Bad planning and white elephants: Why KZN citizens should question the provincial growth and development plan and demand a better one. Open Forum: Provincial Growth and Development Plan  : 1-86.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) Washington in Africa, 2012 Who’ll get ‘whacked’ next, to hasten oil extraction and repel Chinese and Islamic threats?. Address to the Muslim Youth Movement 40th Anniversary Conference University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban, 30 September 2012 : 1-16.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) Imperialism in Africa today: What’s behind it, what’s against it, and where are we?. Presentation to the Muslim Youth Movement 40th Anniversary National Conference : 1-67.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) South African political economy after Marikana.  : 1-18.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) Notes from input to University of Limerick workshop on public administration and AIDS 24 October 2012.  : 1-3.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) Marikana narratives and South African political economy (Slide show).  : 1-99.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) White elephants in SA where are they, and do
they deserve to go extinct?. Clairwood Conference : “Building The Future Now” : 1-49.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) Critical essays on South African sub-imperialism
regional dominance and global deputy-sheriff duty in the run-up to the March 2013 BRICS summit.  : 1-175.
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Bond, Patrick (2013) Yet another ‘Conference of Polluters’. Eye on Civil Society : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2013) Context for systemic change: the failure of
neoliberal economics & nature. WORKSHOP: BEYOND Extractivism, Financialization and Uneven Development : 1-68.
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Bond, Patrick (2013) URBAN CONVERGENCES: South Africa focus: context
Urban Convergences Conference : 1-52.
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Bond, Patrick (2013) Private Equity: A marxist case against - and an alternative consistent with the National Democratic Revolution. SA Unemployment Insurance Fund board meeting : 1-72.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) South Africa Resource Cursed and other forms of superexploitation. Amandla! Colloquium  : 1-84.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) Bond Pretoria BRICS crit 15 November 2012.  : 1-28.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) Water rights, climate, ecosytem services and
post-neoliberal strategy from Johannesburg to Rio+20: A critique of liberal NGO and neoliberal Green Economy narratives. Patrick Bond on water rights and climate at Norwegian Development Studies panel, Oslo, 26 November : 1-19.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) Debt, uneven development and capitalist crisis in South Africa: from Marikana microfinance mashonisas to Moody’s macroeconomic monitoring. Background paper 2/3 for the Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung Workshop Is it Possible to Have Another Economics for Another Economic Policy? The Debt Issue as a Challenge for Dealing with Mainstream Economics 30 November-2 December, Berlin : 1-25.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) Global Economic Volatility and Slap-Dash Repairs to the International Financial Architecture. Background paper 4/4 for the Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung Workshop Is it Possible to Have Another Economics for Another Economic Policy? The Debt Issue as a Challenge for Dealing with Mainstream Economics 30 November-2 December, Berlin : 1-25.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) Debt and the historical geography of South Africa’s uneven and combined development ‘Varieties of capitalism’ versus dynamics of capital accumulation. Background paper 3/3 for the Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung Workshop Is it Possible to Have Another Economics for Another Economic Policy? The Debt Issue as a Challenge for Dealing with Mainstream Economics 30 November-2 December, Berlin : 1-20.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) Debt, uneven and combined development,
financialized nature & climate justice politics. presented to the Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung Workshop Is it Possible to Have Another Economics for Another Economic Policy? : 1-119.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) Is Africa disconnected from the emerging world? (and the submerging world?) so which kind of progress do we see?. Presented to the IG Metall Conference: Changing Course for a Good Life Berlin Congress Centre : -.
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Bond, Patrick (2012) How to achieve ecological redistribution between north and south?. Presented to the IG Metall Conference Changing Course for a Good Life Berlin Congress Centre : 1-33.
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Bond, Patrick (2013) The ‘Right to the City’, limits to Right