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Should we fight the system or be the change?

Mark Engler and Paul Engler on the strengths and limitations of prefigurative politics.

Filed in: Culture, Economics and Politics

Hobson’s choice for Egyptian voters

A public holiday wasn’t enough to convince many to vote, but why would it when Sisi is bound to win? asks Adam Ramsey.

Filed in: Egypt

Orange rosette, anyone?

Horatio Morpurgo on the far right movements in Ukraine.

Filed in: Ukraine

The land of milk and honey, and wanton destruction

Ella David writes of one family’s struggle against Israeli intimidation in the occupied West Bank.

Filed in: Activism, Israel and Palestine

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We need to look past, not at, disability

People living with disability face fear, prejudice and awkwardness in their interactions with others, says Koren Helbig.

Filed in: Disability, Media and Society

Sweden's shift to the right

But the parties that have capitalized on insecurity face strong opposition from the majority of voters, argues Adam Bott.

Filed in: Sweden

Who are the Sweden Democrats?

The far right party expects to win its first seat in the European Parliament this weekend, reports Adam Bott.

Filed in: Sweden

‘We are the city’

Anonymous Brandal on reclaiming public spaces from advertising pollution.

Filed in: Activism and Corporations

PHOTO ESSAY: India’s city of widows

David Shaw captures the haunted existence of the country’s unwanted women.

Filed in: India and Women

‘The beach is for tourists’: why Vietnamese workers can’t enjoy the sun

The insecurity of a ‘middle-class’ status in the Global South traps young people into poor working conditions. Didem Tali reports.

Filed in: Class, Vietnam and Work

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Amazon community ‘grants asylum’ to critics of Correa’s government

Ecuadorian journalist Fernando Villavicencio speaks to David Hill about why he has sought refuge among indigenous group Sarayaku.

Filed in: Ecuador

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