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Chilean students defy Pinochet’s legacy

The best way to commemorate those who died under Pinochet is to continue in their struggle for equality and justice, writes Adriano Mérola Marotta.…

  • Thu Sep 12 07:17:00 2013
  • Rank: 100

World Social Forum: update from Tunisia

Tim Baster and Isabelle Merminod meet some of the activists hoping that a better world is possible.…

  • Thu Mar 28 05:12:00 2013
  • Rank: 100

The Pope and the poor

Pope Francis is likely to be an improvement on Benedict, despite his contradictions writes Mark Engler.…

  • Mon Mar 18 11:10:00 2013
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Legalize drugs - all of them!

NI editor Vanessa Baird looks at the many reasons why this is the only option that makes sense…

  • Sat Sep 1 06:48:00 2012
  • Rank: 100

Big democracy revisited

Why aren't we more like Latin Americans? Vanessa Baird asks.…

  • Fri Oct 8 12:42:00 2010
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Vanessa Baird

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…

  • Thu Jul 1 03:00:00 2010
  • Rank: 100

David Ransom

David Ransom joined New Internationalist in 1989 and has led on a range of issues from green justice to the current financial crisis. He was a close friend of Blair Peach, once worked as a banker in Uruguay and currently lives on a barge on the waterways of England’s West Country. His publications include License to Kill on the death of Blair Peach in 1979 and The No Nonsense Guide to Fair Trade. He also co-edited, with Vanessa Baird, People First Economics.…

  • Thu Jul 1 03:00:00 2010
  • Rank: 100

Lezak Shallat

Lezak Shallat…

  • Thu Jul 1 03:00:00 2010
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Normalizing a coup

Resistance continues despite US recognition of post-coup regime…

  • Thu Apr 1 22:33:00 2010
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Getting a grip on democracy

*Richard Swift* finds some traces in Egypt and Latin America.…

  • Mon Mar 1 21:08:00 2010
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