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Tensions over Egypt’s referendum result

Voting may be finished but political divisions continue after a low turnout writes Adam Ramsey.

Filed in: Democracy Egypt Human Rights Politics Social Change

Eulogy for Occupy

Chris Brazier reacts to Quinn Norton’s piece on the complexities of the movement – good and bad.

Filed in: Activism Democracy Internet Politics Technology United States

Richard Stallman: ‘Apple has tightest digital handcuffs in history’

Hazel Healy speaks to free software’s moral compass about Anonymous, licensing and digital freedoms.

Filed in: Activism Democracy Internet Technology

Digital freedoms – The Facts

Who’s online where, who has your data and how much are they spending to get it?

Filed in: Democracy Human Rights Technology

The day after the UN vote on Palestine

Becoming a ‘non-member state’ needs to bring practical as well as symbolic change says Frank Barat.

Filed in: Democracy Israel Palestine Politics UN

Women will lose out in Sierra Leone election

Sabrina Mahtani on the push for equal leadership representation, and the question of gender quotas.

Filed in: Democracy Equality Politics Sierra Leone Women

In Israel it’s business as usual, Obama or not

Netanyahu won’t find any serious opposition in the re-elected US president, says Frank Barat.

Filed in: Democracy Israel Palestine Politics United States

Do we get the governments we deserve?

Corruption and bad governance seem to be getting worse says Mari Marcel Thekaekara. Time to revive hope in democracy. 

Filed in: Democracy India Politics United States

The New Putney Debates

Melanie Strickland from Occupy London on the meetings tackling the democratic deficit.

Filed in: Democracy United Kingdom

Tom Kocherry: fisher for justice

The 71-year-old legend of social movement politics in India shows no signs of slowing down, as Richard Swift discovers.

Filed in: Democracy India Nuclear Power Social Change

Country Profile: Guatemala

The country’s unequal wealth distribution and rapid population growth have made it one of the poorest in Latin America, writes Anna-Claire Bevan.

Filed in: Democracy Guatemala Human Rights Poverty

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