New Internationalist

Essay

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Ken Sprague

A visual celebration of the life and work of Ken Sprague.

Brixton Blues

Paul Bakalite rails against the dark arts of gentrification.

Filed in: Housing and United Kingdom

Working together

A common vision has joined two major players in the labour and co-op movements. Erbin Crowell considers the implications.

Filed in: Co-operatives and Trade Unions

Hungry season in Timor-Leste

After the Portugese and the Indonesians has come an invasion of aid donors and free-market blueprints. Ben Moxham wonders why people in newly liberated Timor-Lest (East Timor), who have endured so much, should now be starving.

Filed in: Timor-Leste

Predators and scavengers

Richard Swift on the nature of the human beast.

Empire of the senses

In an Egypt where sexual feelings are kept buttoned up by religiosity, Yahia Lababidi observes an all-pervading sensuality that will not be denied.

Afrikaners hit bottom

Photo-journalist Dean Saffron documents life in a South African squatter camp.

Rescuing socialism

A red-green revival is possible, argues Jeremy Seabrook.

The not so Special Court for Sierra Leone

The trial of Charles Taylor has left an unhappy judicial legacy, argues Sulakshana Gupta.

Toxic planet

Our profligate use of deadly chemicals is coming back to haunt us, writes Zoe Cormier.

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