New Internationalist

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Peaceful protesters end up in court

Symon Hill asks for support as he and four others face trial for demonstrating against the arms trade.

Filed in: Activism Arms England

EU must stop its arms trade hypocrisy

Andrew Smith explains why human rights must be placed at the heart of European foreign policy.

Filed in: Arms Europe Libya Politics Trade

East or West? Battle lines clear in struggle for Ukraine's future

Does the country’s future include assistance from Russia, or from the EU? asks Maxine David.

Filed in: Activism Ukraine

Defending people’s milk in India

A vibrant network of small producers and milk co-operatives is threatened by free trade agreements and liberalized investment policies.

Filed in: Agriculture Corporations India Trade

Millions in developing countries still denied access to palliative care

Can it be right that access to palliative care is largely determined by where you live? 

Filed in: Ageing Health Poverty

Global inequality is about power, not just wealth

Corporate influence over policy-making damages human rights. Nick Buxton considers the impact of Davos.

Filed in: Corporations Economics Equality Poverty Wealth

Welcome to Afghanistan, drone-strike capital of the world

New arrival Ewa Jasiewicz discovers desperation and hope in a resilient people.

Filed in: Activism Afghanistan Conflict Politics

I am terrified – and optimistic – for India’s future

The tainted Narendra Modi is tipped to become India’s next President. But Mari Marcel Thekaekara hopes that Arvind Kejriwal’s anti-corruption movement might win the day.

Filed in: India Politics

The City, the banks and the EU – all in it together

Do you know your ISRG from your ISDS? Tom Lines deciphers the finance lobby and the threat of an EU-US treaty known as TTIP.

Filed in: Europe Finance Trade United States

EU takes historic step to stop banks betting on hunger

But there is still work to be done, says Miriam Ross.

Filed in: Europe Finance Food

‘Every protest is crushed by the great brutality of Morocco’

Matthew Vickery explains why we must remember Western Sahara – a forgotten people fighting for their rights.

Filed in: Activism Human Rights Morocco Western Sahara

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