New Internationalist

War and Peace

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India needs to stand up to sexual predators

After a brutal mob strip and attack a woman, it’s time the country got serious against such violence, writes Mari Marcel Thekaekara.

Filed in: Feminism India Violence Women

Is the UN doing enough to keep peace in the Congo?

In the second of a three-part series from DRC, Erin Byrnes looks at the role of the UN mission in the region: vital guardians or toothless watchdogs?

Filed in: Congo, Democratic Republic of Rwanda War and Peace

Can you teach people peace?

Iris Gonzales attends a workshop in Germany to find out.

Filed in: War and Peace

Kashmir report: too little, too late

Uzma Falak argues an advisory group touted as a possible solution to the 65-year-old conflict is little more than a smokescreen.

Filed in: Human Rights India Kashmir War and Peace

Secret hearings will undermine open justice in Britain

The government’s closed court plans are flawed and unfair, warns Simon Crowther.

Filed in: Human Rights Law Terrorism United Kingdom

Why I attempted to arrest Tony Blair last week

Tom Grundy on his audacious attempt to bring to justice a man who’s arguably liable for mass civilian casualties in Iraq.

Filed in: Conflict Iraq Politics United Kingdom

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Drone killings: a result of our animal instincts?

Or are they a mechanism that allows people to bypass a natural aversion to killing? Syed Hamad Ali investigates.

Filed in: Arms Pakistan Terrorism United States

Diego Garcia's shameful history continues

In the week David Cameron meets his Mauritian counterpart to discuss the Chagos Islands, Virgil Hawkins sees suspicious motivations on both sides.

Filed in: Diego Garcia Human Rights Mauritius Migration Military United Kingdom United States

Why American Jews are falling out of love with Israel

Outspoken scholar Norman Finkelstein speaks to Hazel Healy about his latest book Knowing Too Much.

Filed in: Conflict Israel Palestine United States

Defending Korea’s peace island

South Korean villagers are campaigning to keep a military base off the pristine Jeju island, reports Chloe Simons.

Filed in: Korea, South Peace Trade Unions

Abu Qatada: when the net tightens on justice

Britain’s counter-terrorism policy is undermining the rule of law, argues Simon Crowther.

Filed in: Human Rights Jordan Terrorism

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