Outspoken scholar Norman Finkelstein speaks to Hazel Healy about his latest book Knowing Too Much.
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Ahead of the Rio +20 Earth Summit, Danny Chivers exposes the canny, crafty and plain deceitful claims of corporations co-opting ‘sustainability’
Warren Clark is unimpressed by governments forcing citizens to ‘donate’ their labour to big business.
The community courts set up to bring justice after the Rwandan genocide close this month. But how will they be remembered? Jean Kayigamba reports.
Or are they a mechanism that allows people to bypass a natural aversion to killing? Syed Hamad Ali investigates.
With the Earth Summit just days away, Danny Chivers chronicles the urgent battle to stop corporates from hijacking the green agenda.
The work of the Uganda Women’s Health Initiative is paying dividends, as Jack Craze reports.
Britain’s counter-terrorism policy is undermining the rule of law, argues Simon Crowther.
Look at Peru if you think mining giant Xstrata should merge with Glencore. Stephanie Boyd reports.
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Big business sees water scarcity as a money-making opportunity. Joyce Nelson uncovers the dodgy dealings of the Aqueduct Alliance.
Consumer culture is collective insanity and driving us to destruction, says clinical psychologist John F Schumaker.