New Internationalist


Will Sri Lankan voters bring back Rajapaksa?

The stakes are high for the country in today’s election, writes Lasanda Kurukulasuriya.

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The stuff problem

How much mined material will we need to build a 100-per-cent renewable world? Danny Chivers works it out.


The good, bad and ugly on Indian Independence Day

Stories of altruism and protest are reasons for hope, writes Mari Marcel Thekaekara.


Marikana mining massacre: three years on, justice still denied

Tom Lebert looks on as the South African government is exonerated despite failings.


Seeking salvation

Filipino expressions of faith are complex and diverse, writes Iris Gonzales.


Time for one-day migrant strike

What would make people realize the contributions that migrants make to society? asks Paul Donovan.


Kashmir’s wave of ‘quality militancy’

Are new generations of armed youth challenging India’s dominance? Uzma Falak reports from the region.

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Pakistan’s floods come in waves

The overflowing Indus River is making people’s lives dangerous, difficult and uncertain, writes Neill Garvie.

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The battle against porn

Apologists for pornography abuse the ‘fight for freedom’, argues Mari Marcel Thekaekara.

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Scalpel please, nurse… oh, wait!

Rich countries need to use their medical resources to address the global lack of surgical equipment, argues Maziar M Nourian.


Twisting Amnesty’s proposal to decriminalize sex workers

Why are we still confused by the idea that sex workers have human rights? asks Beulah Devaney.

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