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Waiting at the checkpoint

Hours of queuing is the lot of Palestinian workers travelling to their jobs on the other side of Israel’s separation wall, Ella David explains.

Filed in: Israel and Palestine

Reporting Syria: can we expect honesty from international media?

Recent coverage shows that lessons from Iraq have been forgotten, says Stefan Simanowitz.

Filed in: Iraq and

How the war on piracy became big business

Is a private security boom really the route to safer seas? asks Hazel Healy.

Filed in: Globalization, Somalia and Trade

Syria: the pace quickens — but towards what?

Dan Smith explores the motives behind planned military air strikes against the Assad regime.

Filed in: Web exclusives

Thumb for Saving Seeds

‘Seeds of change’ in the struggle against global hunger

Our global food production system is broken. Kepa Artaraz on resistance to growing corporate domination.

Filed in: Agriculture, Food and Trade

The red line: challenging a convenient silence

Ex-soldier testimonies urge Israelis to acknowledge role in occupation. Ella David reports.

Filed in: Israel, Military and Palestine

Debt – The Facts

At any given time countries both owe debts and have them owing to them. Who owes what and what’s the bigger crisis – foreign or domestic debt.

Filed in: Debt, Economics, Finance, Politics and World Bank

Don’t trust your Stone Age brain: it’s unsustainable

Helen Camakaris explains why our own thought processes are hindering attempts to save the planet.

Filed in: Science and Sustainability

The case of Ban Mae Surin: tragic accident or foul play?

Daniel Pye and Saw C Rogers investigate a suspicious fire which killed 37 Burmese refugees in Thailand.

Filed in: Burma, Human Rights, Military, Refugees and Thailand

Emmanuel Jal: ‘Our freedom fighters have become dictators’

The musician, activist and former child soldier gives a sombre assessment of life in South Sudan two years after independence.

Filed in: Activism, Music, Politics and Sudan

Equality: Why more is good for you

‘If you are questioning why we need be so unequal, you are part of the solution’, explains Danny Dorling.

Filed in: Equality and Society

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