New Internationalist

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Poverty isn’t easy to kill

A quarter of Filipinos remain poor. Iris Gonzales visits a programme providing food and hope.

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The Western way isn’t always the best way

Development – when forced onto poor countries – is a dangerous concept, argues Amit Singh.

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Santa’s helper is a racist caricature

Tensions are running high in Amsterdam following court’s ruling on ‘Black Pete’, writes Beulah Maud Devaney.

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Clouding the issue

Following the Jennifer Lawrence photo scandal, Robin Tudge takes a closer look at how Apple has sidestepped its data-storing responsibilities.

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Challenging NATO’s militarism and the arms trade

Andrew Smith decries the close relationship between governments and arms manufacturers.

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Searching for global solidarity in the age of inequality

Internationalism’s goal to secure basic needs for all remains relevant, but we must move away from being sensationalist, reports Hazel Healy.

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Carry On Jihading?

British plans to take passports away from those ‘suspected’ of terrorism are wrong on so many counts, says Kate Smurthwaite.

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Detained forever, without knowing why

Australia should start paying back its human rights debt, says Olivia Ball.

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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.

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Britain’s train industry has gone off the rails

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

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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.

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