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Folksinger Ani DiFranco is undermining corporate patriarchy.
mail-order Russian brides are all the rage in Beirut, according to Reem Haddad.
Elections in Africa can be fraught and fraudulent – but are still better than the alternative, says Ike Oguine.
Resisting the brutalization of language, by Palestinian poet Mourid Barghouti.
Interview with Stephen Kenny, lawyer for Guantanamo Bay detainee David Hicks.
Music has always played an important role in Zimbabwe’s popular uprisings. Adam Ma’anit meets Thomas Mapfumo – one of the country’s most celebrated music agitators.
How Australian leader John Howard built his political fortune on refugee-bashing.
Radical music can be a powerful force for change. Adam Ma’anit explores the world of political music.
Political music pioneers Dmitri Shostakovich, Remitti, Víctor Jara, Cui Jian, Bob Marley, Fela Kuti, Mercedes Sosa and Miriam Makeba.
Julian Silverman, explains how Dalit communities in India use music to subvert the caste system.
A tribute to Nina Simone/strong.
Mental health (Issue 452)
Anti-Muslim fervour is rife – yet is being ignored by the authorities, says Lewis Garland.
Mari Marcel Thekaekara congratulates the country’s Dalit community on finally winning legal protection against discrimination.
‘The Wicked Witch is dead’ but although he’s celebrating, Alan Hughes urges us to fight on against everything she stood for.
Argument: Is it time to ditch the pursuit of economic growth?
As Mother’s Day approaches in India, Mari Marcel Thekaekara reflects on how motherhood has changed along with the online communication boom.
In a nutshell: the countries most recently featured in the New Internationalist magazine.
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