New Internationalist


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Haunted mornings, sleepless nights

Jean Baptiste Kayigama describes how he survived the genocide in Rwanda.

The onion fields

Playwright and actor Kwame Kwei-Armah visits Senegal and discovers the shocking truth about free trade.

Filed in: Senegal and Trade


There’s a killer in the kitchen, as Hugh Warwick explains.

Filed in: Health

Green light, red light

Opportunity and menace are the two sides of the human-trafficking coin. But Lily Hyde, writing from Ukraine, smells hypocrisy.

Filed in: Prostitution, Ukraine and Women

The democracy killers

There is little tolerance in Pakistan for alternative ideas, says Aasim Sajjad Akhtar, but squatters can still be a match for generals and financiers.

Asia's eco-guerrillas

Eco-resisters are making a difference from China to Singapore, Thailand to the Philippines. Mike Levin reports.

Night of the gas

The Bhopal disaster is still claiming victims, 18 years on – and, according to Luke David, the Indian Government is still sitting on their compensation.

Together but not scrambled

Cuba is not quite the multiracial nirvana that Rotimi Ogedengbe was hoping for…

Filed in: Cuba and Race

Decolonization and us

Resisting the military dictatorship in Pakistan is a priority, writes Aasim Sajjad Akhtar, but that doesn’t mean taking refuge in colonial institutions.

Filed in: Colonialism, Human Rights, Military and Pakistan

Future organic

Organic farming is the real green revolution, according to Andre Leu.

Filed in: Agriculture and Food

In greed we trust

Greed is good, they say – it is the motor that drives economic growth and human progress. John F Schumaker begs to differ.

Filed in: Economics and Ethics

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