‘Free from the domination of the economy, we open up the possibilities for a richer life,’ the author tells Rana Bose.
A wonderfully moist cake, with a thick layer of almonds on top for a luxurious sensation.
Feathering the top of this cake results in a delicate cobweb pattern, which means this would be a great cake to make for Hallowe’en.
The cloves smell wonderful while this cake is cooking and they also complement the flavor of the apples.
Simple recipes and fresh ingredients often give the best results and this (vegan) Indian cake is a case in point.
This is one of those cakes that can also be eaten as a dessert with cream or ice cream.
Richard Swift interrogates capitalism, exploring the alternatives offered by left-wing politics.
Published in English for the first time, the Atlas provides a critical analysis of political asylum and immigration in the European Union.
Folarin becomes the first writer based outside Africa to scoop the continent’s leading literary award.
Are humans naturally selfish or altruistic? New Internationalist’s latest graphic novel explores the science of co-operation with the Australian public.
Magnus Taylor explores what inspires the authors behind the Africa Writes festival and what links them together.