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Less means more

As new research on low-input farming gains ground, the merging of farm, food, health and environment concerns will become the new normal, writes Wayne Roberts.

Inside North Korea

A rare glimpse into the world’s most secretive country, by French aid worker Jérôme Bossuet who spent three years there.

Star Trek - Episode 1: The G20 and the B.O.R.G. Supremacy

G20 communiqué goes boldy nowhere where everyone has gone before…

Filed in: Economics Globalization

An inauspicious anniversary

Scared for their lives, gay Iranians are fleeing the country as it marks 30 years as an Islamic Republic. Those arriving in Britain find that their ordeal is far from over, as Anna Webster reports.

Bluemen and Yellowcake

Stefan Simanowitz reports from West Africa on the struggle of the Tuareg.

Guantánamo: Both Sides of the Wire

Rowenna Davis meets a guard and an inmate from the notorious US prison camp in Cuba.

Tibetan Timeline

A brief history of Tibet

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Tibet: 50 years from home

It is half a century since the Dalai Lama and thousands of other Tibetans were forced into exile by the Chinese occupation. Nick Harvey talks to exiles young and old about their hopes for their country.

The BDR rebellion in Bangladesh: prevailing uncertainties

The situation in Bangladesh remains tense in the run up to Independence Day on 26 March, writes Rahnuma Ahmed.

Naked Emperors

It’s time to ask some very basic questions, like: What are banks for? What are houses for? What’s credit for? What’s the economy for? Or, for that matter, what’s the environment for? Vanessa Baird suggests a 10-point economic detox programme.

Financial meltdown and the Age of Possibility

As the empire of international finance collapses, David Ransom finds the chance to reset the compass towards democracy, equality and the survival of our planet.

Filed in: Finance Globalization Politics

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