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Big Bad World

Big Bad World, political cartoons by polyp

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Compassion and conscience

Yahia Lababidi reflects on politics, morality and fear through a series of aphorisms.

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School places scramble shows snobbery at its worst

Steve Parry decries an application process more cut-throat than a Dads’ egg-and-spoon race on sports day.

Filed in: Children, Education, England and Sweden

Why success should be measured in chocolate-chip muffins

Chris Coltrane reflects on food banks, GDP and austerity.

Filed in: Economics and Politics

The dirt on Olli Rehn

Introducing the EU’s austerity czar, a Finnish Eurocrat and self-styled archangel of fiscal sobriety.

Filed in: Economics, Europe and Politics

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The top 10 web articles of 2013

Lydia James compiles a list of your favourite New Internationalist blogs and features over the past year…

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Mandela, my hero!

The current ‘beatification’ of Mandela is an attempt to neutralize his political legacy, says Steve Parry.

Filed in: Politics and South Africa

Country Profile: Central African Republic

The UN says it is at risk of descending into complete chaos. Ruby Diamonde provides an overview of a country in crisis.

Filed in: Central African Republic, Economics, Politics and Society

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Country Profile: Bolivia

A flourishing economy, more jobs and less poverty - is Bolivia a Latin American success story?

Filed in: Bolivia, Politics and Society

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John Pilger: Australia's silent apartheid

The investigative journalist and filmmaker tells Hazel Healy about his new film, and explains why Australia is still on an international ‘shame list’.

Filed in: Australia, Film and Indigenous Peoples

Racists, go home

Chris Coltrane is unimpressed with Britain’s Racist Vans.

Filed in: England and Migration

Stepping up for Syrian refugees

Jordanian translator Maha Alasil is going to extraordinary lengths to help, reports Nigel Wilson.

Filed in: Conflict, Human Rights, Jordan, Refugees and Syria

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