New Internationalist

Essay

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This is my story

Former employee Ian Brown challenges Oxfam

Bling, Iranian-style

Nasrin Alavi returns to a Tehran under threat from the West.

Kabul lives

A photographic tribute to a city that has plumbed the depths.

Israel, Palestine and the hypocrisy of power

Noam Chomsky anatomizes the current US-Israel ‘project’.

Much ado about oil

Hugo Chávez’s new foreign policy makes sense, according to Alex Sánchez Nieto

Myths of the Global Market

How the free market destroys life, by John McMurtry.

Costing climate change

George Monbiot explains why action on climate change has to be driven by morality, not dollar estimates

Free software!

Strike a blow for freedom – get rid of Windows, Word, Internet Explorer, Outlook Express and the rest, says Bruce Byfield.

Coca and society in Chapare

Grassroots politics goes mainstream in Bolivia. Photo essay by Jorge Uzón.

Seen, killed and unheard

Lebanese teens in the line of fire bear witness to their ripped lives and speak out about what needs to change. Testimony compiled by Rebecca Bridges and Fayyaz Muneer.

Justice & Rights

The political situation in Iran may not be as bleak as the election of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad suggested, argues Imran Shafi.

Filed in: Iran and Islam

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