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The rise of red-robed Islamophobia in Sri Lanka

Anti-Muslim fervour is rife – yet is being ignored by the authorities, says Lewis Garland.…

  • Mon Apr 15 09:55:00 2013
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Stop persecution in Bangladesh and Pakistan

While minority rights are eroded, Pakistan enjoys impunity as a ‘strategic ally’ of the US, writes Mari Marcel Thekaekara.…

  • Mon Mar 18 09:52:00 2013
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Sri Lanka-Maldives relations put to the test

Despite offering sanctuary to the ousted Maldivian president's family, Sri Lanka's government is hedging its bets on the islands’ future.…

  • Tue Feb 21 04:18:00 2012
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A closer look at India’s anti-corruption hero Anna Hazare

Mari Thekaekara wonders whether an undemocratic activist should be blackmailing the Indian government.…

  • Tue Aug 23 10:42:00 2011
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Eyes to the far right

Extremists have been making inroads across Europe with a sanitized version of some very dirty politics…

  • Wed Jun 1 06:15:00 2011
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Vanessa Baird

Vanessa Baird lived and worked as a journalist in Peru during the tumultuous mid-1980s, and she maintains a passionate interest in South America. She joined New Internationalist as a co-editor in 1986 and since then has written on everything from migration, money, religion and equality to indigenous activism, climate change, feminism and global LGBT rights. She also edits the Mixed Media, arts and culture section of the magazine.…

  • Thu Feb 11 15:56:46 2016
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Have your say!

Do you have ideas for topics you'd like to read about in the NI in the next year?…

  • Thu Apr 23 04:33:00 2009
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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…

  • Mon Mar 2 02:08:00 2009
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A short history of TAXATION

A history of the eternal fate of taxation: to be the abused or abusive means towards noble or ignoble ends, never quite able to escape its association with extortion and war.…

  • Thu Oct 2 02:11:00 2008
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Cambodia: Year Zero on trial

What can be wrong with putting five notorious Khmer Rouge leaders on trial? Plenty, argues lawyer *Brooks Duncan*, as he examines the nature of the long-awaited, and foreign-funded, trials currently underway.…

  • Tue Sep 2 01:12:00 2008
  • Rank: 100

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