New Internationalist


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Ending corporate rule

Can we find a way to loosen big business’s stranglehold on the US? asks Mark Engler.

Filed in: Activism Corporations United States

Democracy for sale

March’s podcast looks at how our politics are too heavily reliant on tax haven-friendly donors.

Filed in: Finance Politics

Corporations vs. communities: a tale of two meetings

Morten Thaysen reports from the World Social Forum on two radically different paths for the future of our food.

Filed in: Activism Agriculture Corporations

Tales from the resistance

Jamie Kelsey Fry reports on a gathering of voices from the frontline against austerity at the launch of Kerry-anne Mendoza’s new book.

Filed in: Activism Economics Politics

Use the power of the people to challenge the people in power!

The NGO sector must support activism, not governments. Ben Phillips sees positive signs of this happening.

Filed in: Activism NGOs Tunisia

Breaking the taboo of media ownership

A campaign to clean up the media and restrict ownership is gathering momentum. Rupert Murdoch won’t like it, writes Vanessa Baird

Filed in: Media Politics

10 reasons to defend the Corporation Tax

It’s easy to evade austerity and enjoy welfare benefits to the full if you’re a transnational corporation. David Ransom reports.

Filed in: Corporations Economics Finance

Arresting behaviour: smiling rambler turns warrior of justice

Jamie Kelsey-Fry witnesses Paul Mobbs attempting a citizen’s arrest on a fracking-friendly Cabinet.

Filed in: Activism England Environment

Capitalism and human rights abuses go together like yin and yang

Violence and oppression make this the most dangerous political system, argues Amit Singh.

Filed in: Economics Politics

Who controls our food?

Agroecology can help challenge the patriarchal forms of organization in farming, argues Nick Dearden.

Filed in: Agriculture Food Politics

The Trans-Pacific Partnership: let's not work together

Obama has chosen the wrong issue on which to embrace collaboration, says Mark Engler.

Filed in: Trade United States

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