Can theories of movement cycles equip activists to persevere over the long haul? Mark Engler and Paul Engler try to find out.
David Brunetti poignantly explores life in a country riddled with death.
Certification schemes notwithstanding, clean gold is a bit of a scam, says Stephanie Boyd.
The Prevent anti-terrorism programme is alienating the Muslim community, writes Ylenia Gostoli.
Top novelist Leonardo Padura talks with Vanessa Baird on why his books disappear in Cuba, and his hopes and fears for the country’s future.
David Hutt looks at a country where gold BMWs are parked next to families living in cardboard houses.
And it offers a false sense of security in an unstable world, says Philip Pilkington.
The ‘yes’ voters might not have won independence for Scotland. But it’s the main parties at Westminster who are the losers of this referendum, argues James Rowland.
Amit Singh calls for action on the true causes of environmental destruction.
The UN wants to stop billionaire speculators forcing indebted nations like Argentina into default. Britain, the US and Germany say ‘no’. Tim Jones reports.
Madeleine McGivern looks at the effects of ‘Operation Protective Edge’ on food security in Gaza.
Advocates for sex workers are winning in Kenya’s law courts, reports Radar citizen journalist Musa Haron.
Amnesia rules as the war to ‘ultimately destroy’ Islamic State begins. Vanessa Baird seeks alternatives.