New Internationalist

War and Peace

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What does Boko Haram want?

Andrew Noakes analyses the movement’s origins and looks at possible solutions for Nigeria.

Filed in: Nigeria Terrorism

Rwanda’s ‘demigod’ president and the quest for truth

Twenty years after the genocide, Cécile Kidiaba explains the controversy surrounding the recent BBC documentary.

Filed in: Conflict Politics Rwanda

A deeper pain

The daily reality of life in Gaza creates unseen psychological scars, writes psychiatrist Samah Jabr.

Filed in: Conflict Mental Health Palestine

PHOTO ESSAY: Mali’s road to recovery

During war, markets help people survive. Irina Mosel captures life in the vibrant markets of Mali.

Filed in: Conflict Food Mali Society

Britain’s complicity in ‘beyond description’ bombing of Gaza

Andrew Smith explains why one campaigning group is taking legal action against arms sales to Israel.

Filed in: Arms Conflict England Israel Palestine

Bombing in the Middle East again: three easy questions

Dan Smith provides some thought-provoking answers.

Filed in: Conflict Iraq Middle East Syria

The most dangerous job in the world

Lydia James talks to Syrian Civil Defense volunteers about their work, the risks and their motivation.

Filed in: Conflict Society Syria Work

Terrorism craves an audience and we are playing into Islamic State’s hands by watching

Dr Akil Awan decries the media’s collusion with the Islamic State.

Filed in: Terrorism

Empower Kurdish secular democrats to defeat Islamic State

Peter Tatchell urges a response to ISIS that defends democracy and human rights.

Filed in: Conflict Syria Terrorism

Syria’s gardens of death

Lebanese artist Tania el-Khoury speaks to Cristiana Moisescu about her newest project, an art installation at the Birmingham Fierce Festival.

Filed in: Art Conflict Syria

What happens when ISIS comes home

Dr Akil Awan looks into the possible outcomes in store for returning Jihadists. Is de-radicalization possible?

Filed in: Middle East Syria Terrorism

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