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The Great Rebellion

The Great Recession may have stunned the Minority World, but the Majority World has survived more or less unscathed…

  • Tue Mar 1 09:22:00 2011
  • Rank: 100

Changing the debate: UK Uncut and the high street protests

Nan Craig talks to Tony Smith of UK Uncut about the rhetoric and reality of government spending cuts and the rise of people power.…

  • Fri Jan 7 10:18:00 2011
  • Rank: 100

Are public service cuts justified?

Banker Dan Mobley goes head to head with tax justice campaigner John Christensen.…

  • Mon Nov 1 12:01:00 2010
  • Rank: 100

John Christensen

John Christensen…

  • 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

New Internationalist Editorial

New Internationalist Editorial…

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

Radio New Internationalist

Radio New Internationalist…

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

What’s to celebrate?

The death of a journalist mars Cameroon’s 50th anniversary independence festivities…

  • Wed May 26 06:58:00 2010
  • Rank: 100

Naked Emperors

It’s time to ask some very basic questions, like: What are banks for? What are houses for? What’s credit for? What’s the economy for? Or, for that matter, what’s the environment for? Vanessa Baird suggests a 10-point economic detox programme.…

  • Wed Apr 1 03:36:00 2009
  • Rank: 100

Put People First - just the beginning of a week of G20 action

Vanessa Baird on the Put People First march and what's next…

  • Sun Mar 29 19:52:00 2009
  • Rank: 100

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