New Internationalist


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Storm over Athens

Niki Seth-Smith considers the consequences of the EU forcing Greece out of Europe.

Filed in: Economics Greece

The anarchist impulse

Anarchism is rarely taken seriously but its libertarian principles are still vital, says Richard Swift.

Filed in: Politics

Capitalism’s stormy sea

Richard Swift begins his journey through political alternatives to capitalism by looking at the nature of the beast they seek to oppose.

Filed in: Economics Politics

Painted smiles and charm offensives in Greece’s debt stalemate

Greeks need solutions now, not more political wrangling, writes Carl Packman.

Filed in: Debt Greece

The great TTIP debate that never was

Nick Dearden explains how the pro-TTIP camp blocked a key vote in Strasbourg out of fear they were going to lose.

Filed in: Economics Trade

Burma’s Rohingya: the invisible people

The country’s democratic changes have yet to reach its ethnic minorities. Tina Burrett and Christopher Simons report.

Filed in: Burma Human Rights Politics

Politicians – serving us or themselves?

In the latest podcast from Tax Justice Network: why we should learn from Pakistan and make our MPs’ tax returns public.

Filed in: Economics Pakistan Politics

Government intrusion and the loss of human rights

14 years of fighting the ‘war on terror’ has left us all less secure, says Amit Singh.

Filed in: England Human Rights Law Politics United States

Tony Blair, the Mideast Peacemaker that never was

Is the Quartet’s Middle East peace project flawed from the outset? asks Neda Tehrani.

Filed in: Middle East Politics

Blinded in ‘paradise’

With India touting Kashmir as a dream tourist destination, Uzma Falak reports on the reality – and the ongoing police brutality.

Filed in: Human Rights India Kashmir Politics Violence

Worshippers of the Almighty Invisible Hand

Robert W Parenteau’s satirical look at true believers in the ‘free market’.

Filed in: Economics Fundamentalism

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