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Cuba's big bet

In the shadow of the US embargo, Cuba is building a gigantic port and free trade zone. Vanessa Baird looks into the issue.

Filed in: Cuba

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Egypt: amending the penal code, shattering civil society

NGOs, activists, journalists, filmmakers: all should fear the latest state crackdown, writes Chalaine Chang.

Filed in: Egypt, Law, Politics and Society

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How did Gandhi win?

Mark Engler and Paul Engler consider the lessons from the Salt March for today’s social movements.

Filed in: Activism, India, Politics and Society

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Bombing in the Middle East again: three easy questions

Dan Smith provides some thought-provoking answers.

Filed in: Conflict, Iraq, Middle East and Syria

Editor's Letter

Filed in: Gay Rights

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Making space

Cuba is inching towards a free media and political choice - or is it? Vanessa Baird takes a closer look.

Filed in: Cuba

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The most dangerous job in the world

Lydia James talks to Syrian Civil Defense volunteers about their work, the risks and their motivation.

Filed in: Conflict, Society, Syria and Work

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PHOTO ESSAY: Hong Kong’s democratic dreamers

Priyanka Boghani explores a new side of the city she grew up in, as its streets fill with protesters.

Filed in: Hong Kong

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Syria’s gardens of death

Lebanese artist Tania el-Khoury speaks to Cristiana Moisescu about her newest project, an art installation at the Birmingham Fierce Festival.

Filed in: Art, Conflict and Syria

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What happens when ISIS comes home

Dr Akil Awan looks into the possible outcomes in store for returning Jihadists. Is de-radicalization possible?

Filed in: Middle East, Syria and Terrorism

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A new Cuba in the making

The communist island is opening up for business. Vanessa Baird begins an investigation into what’s going on - and what it means.

Filed in: Cuba and Politics

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