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Gorkhaland – the second coming

In the sleepy Himalayan towns of West Bengal, India, an old agitation for Gorkha statehood is revived and ‘resolved’…

  • Fri Jul 8 08:46:00 2011
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People vs the regime

Witness account from the besieged Syrian city of Dara'a.…

  • Fri May 27 11:45:00 2011
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‘Dreams are for no reason. Let them sleep’

Prison and a Palestinian refugee camp are the harsh reality for Manal – and the struggle for survival leaves little room for one’s desires.…

  • Wed Apr 20 09:00:00 2011
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Challenging the state of fear

The tide of disaffection sweeping the Middle East is finally penetrating Syria’s borders, says Marian Chapman, recently returned from Damascus.…

  • Fri Apr 15 04:18:00 2011
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A tool for change

The role of the arts is to keep politicians in check…

  • Thu Apr 14 09:59:00 2011
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Is it OK for protesters to damage property?

Two activists debate whether property destruction is a valid tactic for bringing about social and political change - plus your chance to join the conversation.…

  • Tue Mar 1 11:52:00 2011
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Surfacing: my nth wall

Public spaces in the Philippines are being reclaimed by photo activists – and they have a very serious message about the human rights violations all too common in the country.…

  • Mon Jan 10 06:19:00 2011
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Should nation-states open their borders to refugees and migrants?

Two experts debate immigration, then our readers weigh in with their comments…

  • Wed Dec 1 05:30:00 2010
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Read our words!

A graffiti campaign in Kashmir is being used to drive home a powerful message to India.…

  • Mon Nov 29 05:45:00 2010
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Calling artists!

We’re looking for images to appear in our 2012 Year Planner.…

  • Thu Sep 30 06:49:00 2010
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