New Internationalist

Democracy

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Belarus elections

Voters face a Hobson’s choice.

Filed in: Belarus Democracy

We need to bust the pendulum, not see how it swings!

Our new columnist Mark Engler considers the impact of the US midterm elections.

Filed in: Democracy United States

Interview with Robert Fisk: we preach democracy yet befriend dictators

We only have ourselves to blame for the Middle East’s cynicism, says Robert Fisk.

Filed in: Democracy Middle East

We don't really have a democracy

Tony Benn, Caroline Lucas MP and Agent Bristly Pioneer reflect on this year’s UK election

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The beauty of Big Democracy

Vanessa Baird celebrates the joys of disenchantment and the birth of hope.

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Let us not find revolutionaries where there are none

Kenyan journalist, Mukoma Wa Ngugi, makes a plea for a genuine people-based democratic movement in Kenya.

Filed in: Democracy Kenya

US loves democracy

America’s love affair with universal democracy is not quite as it seems, according to regular NI contributor, Jeremy Seabrook.

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Why did Chávez lose?

John Pilger, whose film War on Democracy is now out on DVD, comments.

Filed in: Democracy Poverty Venezuela

Pakistan’s students push for democracy

The recent introduction of martial law in Pakistan has helped to end a three-decade drought on student activism in the country. Amber Vora reports.

Filed in: Democracy Pakistan

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