The Kenyan government stands accused, reports Moses Wasamu.
A recent, shocking case underlines the dangers of diplomatic immunity, argues Mari Marcel Thekaekara.
Graciela Romero Vasquez decries the intersection of violence, money and state collusion in the mining industry.
Don’t forget those who cannot escape the war-torn country, says Frances Guy.
On a visit to Ghana, Alexi Demetriadi finds inspiration for a new politics in Britain.
Antibiotics in farming pose serious health problems that need to be addressed, argues Emma Rose.
The integrity of individuals should not be questioned if they do not sing the national anthem, argues Chris Brazier.
Britain’s new Labour Party leader has three challenges as he takes the reins, writes Paul Donovan.
Beulah Devaney looks at the legal implications of a landmark case in the Netherlands.
Chris Garrard decries the museum’s collusion with oil giant BP.
Haifa Fragments is a novel published by New Internationalist. In this video Chris Brazier explains how the book navigates difficult and intriguing terrain.