New Internationalist

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Laying into the poor

From the US to China, Owen Jones documents how the demonization of the have-nots is going global.

Filed in: China Equality

VIDEO: Going Gangnam for Ai Weiwei

Louise Gray on the pop phenomenon that’s brought Anish Kapoor and Amnesty out dancing.

Filed in: Art China Culture Human Rights

Is China good for Africa?

Writer and activist Firoze Manji and professor Stephen Chan go head-to-head.

Filed in: Africa China

Hong Kong: corporatist utopia, citizen’s nightmare

Squalid cage homes side by side with fat-cat condos, the ‘capital of capitalism’ is a breeding ground for extreme wealth and poverty, says Tom Grundy.

Filed in: China Equality Hong Kong

BRICS challenge dollar hegemony

Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa team up to resist Western financial domination, reports Lasanda Kurukulasuriya.

Filed in: Brazil China Finance India Iran Russia South Africa United States World Bank

The unpalatable reality of working for Apple

A fresh wave of reports unveiling exploitation in the iPad empire are forcing Apple to clean up up its act, reports Mark Engler.

Filed in: China Human Rights Trade Unions Wealth Work

Wanted: products not made in China

Zimbabweans are fed up with sub-standard imported goods, explains Mgcini Nyoni.

Filed in: China Trade Zimbabwe

Chinese police fire on Tibetan protesters

The brutal crackdown by the Chinese government must be stopped, says Pete Speller.

Filed in: Activism China Tibet

A harsh winter for China’s discontented

Complainants against abuses by Chinese authorities are forced to sleep rough in sub-zero temperatures and those that help them are harassed by police, reports Shuang Gao.

Filed in: Activism China Housing Human Rights

Occupy Wukan: A call for solidarity action

We are the 99 per cent – but so are the residents of a Chinese village who are protesting against land-grabbing. So let’s show our support to them, too, says Beth Tichborne.

Filed in: Activism China Environment

Stand up for Tibet! G20 leaders told

Demonstrators declare 2 November an international day of action and tell world leaders to act on Tibet – where nine monks and one nun have set themselves on fire this year in protest at the Chinese occupation.

Filed in: Activism China Human Rights Tibet

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