New Internationalist

BDS protest

Governments may be silent on Israeli terror, but we will not stand by

John Newsham looks at the growing boycott, divest and sanctions movement in Bradford and beyond.

Thumb for trains.jpg

Britain’s train industry has gone off the rails

But there is an alternative that puts people before profit and politics, says Lydia James.

Thumb for india.jpg

India takes on the World Trade Organization

The world’s largest democracy has come under criticism for blocking reforms that will only help the rich. Jemma Williams writes.

Thumb for 2014-08-27 - Pakistan protests - blog.jpg

Angry Pakistanis take to the streets amid vote-rigging claims

But Syed Hamad Ali wonders whether they are ready to call their leaders to account.
Thumb for wellies

Where faith meets an open mind

Joe Ware on discussing ‘the greens and the gays’ at British Christian arts festival Greenbelt.

PODCAST: Western banks and the ascent of tax evasion

This month, Naomi Fowler explains how Western banks are facilitating financial crime…

Thumb for 2014-08-25 -Obesity-blog.jpg

America’s deadliest export

Oliver Williams decries the rise in obesity in poorer countries increasingly linked to US junk-food consumption.

Thumb for azerbaijan

What lies behind Europe’s murky oil deals with Azerbaijan?

EU politicians’ vested interests in the resource-rich country are supporting the regime’s suppression of human rights. Molly Scott Cato writes.

Thumb for Nuclear submarine

Scotland should say ‘Yes’ to ousting Trident

Nuclear disarmament should be a priority for the new Scottish government, thinks John Finnie.

Thumb for michael brown debra sweet.jpg

Michael Brown is not just another statistic

Ferguson protests are fuelled by anger at social and racial inequality, says Cristiana Moisescu.

Thumb for homophobia.jpg

No room for complacency in the global battle against homophobia

Adam Long welcomes the recent overturning of Uganda’s anti-gay bill, but cautions against early celebration.

Didn't find it?