Mark Boyle writes on why he opposes ‘mindless nonviolence’.
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Jeremy Seabrook considers the myths of radicalization.
Filed in: Politics
How can Egyptians make sure last year’s uprisings have a lasting legacy? Maria Golia looks forward.
Filed in: Egypt
Becky Tinsley explains why the genocide in Sudan is allowed to continue.
Filed in: Sudan
A visit to the new oil frontier in Kazakhstan leaves Horatio Morpurgo wondering where on earth we go from here.
Filed in: Nuclear Power
Floating on the stock exchange; giving seals of approval to big corporations: what on earth is going on in the fair trade movement? David Ransom sounds the alarm.
Filed in: Fair Trade
Revolution vs globalization Still squeezed, still embattled, still hanging in there: John Ripton asks how Castro’s Cuba will fit into the new world economy.
Eduardo Galeano wonders what George Bush knows that we don’t.
Open markets, closed doors Aasim Sajjad Akhtar surveys the lamentable state of democracy in Pakistan.
George Monbiot lays out his manifesto for a new world order.
Resisting the brutalization of language, by Palestinian poet Mourid Barghouti.
Filed in: Israel