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Lloyd’s of London’s debt

What would be the cost of reparations for the transatlantic slave trade and ongoing support of fossil fuels? Sahar Shah and Harpreet Kaur Paul explore the Lloyd’s insurance market.

Latest issue: November-December 2021

Shifting horizons: the future of work

Roxana Olivera reports on the indigenous women who could make legal history by holding a Canadian mining company to account for its operatives overseas.

A decade on from the revolution, and after a succession of chaotic governments, is democracy teetering in Tunisia, asks Francesca Ebel?

Despite mass unemployment and a deep food crisis, Turkmenistan’s image-obsessed president claims poverty does not exist in his country.

Catching up with the Trolley Times, Ghaziabad, India, April 2021. The fourpage weekly newspaper, printed in Gurmukhi and Hindi, was founded in December 2020 to give voice to the farmers’ protest. SOPA IMAGES LIMITED/ALAMY

Narendra Modi has announced his intention to repeal the contentious agriculture laws unwaveringly resisted by India's farmers for over a year. Navsharan Singh gives the back story to the movement.

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