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Hugo Chávez: reluctant revolutionary

Julia Buxton tracks a political journey leftwards – from admirer of Tony Blair to ‘fiery populist’ and champion of the Venezuelan poor.…

  • Fri Mar 8 10:15:00 2013
  • Rank: 100

Country profile: Zambia

Mary Namakando digs out facts and ratings on one of Southern Africa's most politically stable countries and probes President Sata's grapple with corruption.…

  • Sun Apr 1 10:59:00 2012
  • Rank: 100

Horror flick: Mrs T at the multiplex

Forget Scream, The Exorcist and Jaws: The nightmare on Downing Street is coming to a cinema near you.…

  • Sun Jan 1 06:08:00 2012
  • 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

Norman Borlaug: another subjective obituary

Called the 'Father of the Green Revolution', Norman Borlaug died on 12 September…

  • Mon Sep 21 09:51:00 2009
  • Rank: 100

The Obituary Tango and other short stories

The Obituary Tango and other short stories…

  • Fri Apr 20 10:47:00 2007
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The Poison of Pinochet

The one distinctive mark left by General Augusto Pinochet, Chile’sbe-shaded terrorist, will be the celebration of his death…

  • Tue Dec 19 12:06:00 2006
  • Rank: 100

Saving humanity from hell

It never was the UN’s job to make heaven on earth…

  • Sat Jan 1 07:54:00 2005
  • Rank: 100

Saving Humanity From Hell

Saving Humanity From Hell…

  • Sat Jan 1 07:01:01 2005
  • Rank: 100

Letters

Letters…

  • Thu Jun 5 08:01:01 2003
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