How British money could be helping the Assad regime. Tam Hussein reports.
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Campaigners’ blind defence of the government’s development strategy is making things worse, says Nick Dearden.
One Western aid worker is frustrated and sickened by what’s going on in Burma.
Chris Coltrane explains why investing in bombing children to feed other children is not OK.
The Philippines must learn from the mistakes made in Haiti, says Linda O’Halloran.
Amy Hall sums up a night of discussion and reflection on the marking of New Internationalist’s 40th birthday.
Local action is more effective than an uncoordinated international response to disasters, says Alexander Carnwath.
The international development agenda needs to be reclaimed as a struggle for global justice argues Jean Grugel.
Aid organizations need to relinquish the clout that comes with money and bureaucracy, argues Oxfam’s Ben Phillips.
If you erase power and class, you are left with a cosmopolitan elite lecturing on ‘global society’ to people suffering poverty at home, warns Nick Dearden.
Jonathan Glennie opens our Internationalists series, calling on rich nations to reject nagging stinginess and embrace radical redistribution across borders.
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