New Internationalist

War and Peace

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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

Sierra Leone beyond Charles Taylor

As the world hails the ex-Liberian President’s 50-year sentence for civil war atrocities, Sabrina Mahtani hopes the judgment will not detract from the root causes of the conflict.

Filed in: Conflict Human Rights Law Sierra Leone

First Madeleine Albright, now Prince Harry: the strange world of humanitarian awards

Felicity Arbuthnot wonders how the Distinguished Humanitarian Leadership award can be given to someone involved in the war in Afghanistan.

Filed in: Afghanistan Conflict Iraq United Kingdom United States

Madeleine Albright to receive America’s highest honour

The former US Secretary of State is to be awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, to the horror of Felicity Arbuthnot.

Filed in: Conflict United States

A treacherous occupation

Pakistan is the deadliest country to be a journalist, as Manzoor Ali knows only too well.

Filed in: Media Pakistan Terrorism

Eritrea's wretched independence

The country’s 30-year war with Ethiopia has been followed by 21 years of repression, says Saleh ‘Gadi’ Johar.

Filed in: Conflict Democracy Eritrea

Eurovision re-opens old wounds in the Caucasus

Azerbaijan’s hosting of the event on 26 May has caused tensions in the region as Armenia pulls out.

Filed in: Armenia Azerbaijan Conflict Music

Clear Sri Lankan landmines now!

Libby Powell is with the Mines Advisory Group who are teaching children perhaps their most important lesson: mine awareness.

Filed in: Arms Sri Lanka

Philippines must dismantle its private armies!

State-backed militaries continue to act with impunity, writes Iris Gonzales.

Filed in: Military Philippines

Are ordinary Tuaregs becoming Mali conflict scapegoats?

Nick Harvey and Julien Tremblin look at the plight of Tuareg refugees caught in the crossfire of a conflict that’s as devastating as it is complex.

Filed in: Algeria Burkina Faso Conflict Hunger Mali Mauritania Migration Niger Refugees

Podcast: child soldiers in Colombia

Seth Biderman discusses the plight of children forced to fight in Colombia’s civil war and what happens when they try to reintegrate into civil society

Filed in: Colombia Conflict

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