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UK General Election: Mourning the Manchester bombing

UK General Election: Mourning the Manchester bombing

Politics isn’t something that can actually be put on hold, writes Abi Wilkinson for our series covering the UK General Election.
Billions are being pumped out of Africa every year, research shows

Billions are being pumped out of Africa every year, research shows

Tax havens, transnational companies and climate change: the world keeps looting Africa’s resources. Matthew Bramall reports on new research
Ecuador rips up 16 toxic trade treaties

Ecuador rips up 16 toxic trade treaties

President Correa continues to blast the interests of corporations and international finance, reports Nick Dearden
UK General Election: What are the foreign policy implications?

UK General Election: What are the foreign policy implications?

Voters are caught between choice and media disinformation, writes Mark Curtis.
Breaking the trauma taboo

Breaking the trauma taboo

Michiel Driebergen and Alex Masi meet volunteers providing much-needed psychological support in war-torn Ukraine.
Why are there still British military bases in Cyprus?

Why are there still British military bases in Cyprus?

The island may want to determine its own future, but Britain and the US have other ideas. Darren Loucaides reports

Top stories

Making Waves: how Catherine Shovlin is bringing a sense of community to a refugee camp

A radio soap opera is bridging social gaps in Azraq refugee camp. Florence Derrick meets its champion.

Mixed media: music reviews

Mogoya by Oumou Sangaré; The Ecstatic Music of Alice Coltrane Turiyasangitananda by Alice Coltrane Turiyasangitananda: our music reviews of the month.

Country Profile: Nepal

After the 2015 earthquake, foreign governments and organizations pledged $4.1 billion in gifts and loans, but funds are yet to be disbursed, reports Fiona Broom.

The shame of Harrods' Arctic ice water

In a world in which 663 million live without safe water, it’s a scandal that Harrods started stocking Arctic ice water for £80, writes Chris Coltrane.

Mixed media: film reviews

The Handmaiden; Frantz: have a look at the film reviews of the month.

Worldbeaters: Spotlight on Steve Bannon

Donald Trump’s right-hand man is at the centre of global power. And he’s dangerous.

Boosting the backlash against Trump

Progressives have to try to maximize the liberatory potential of a growing discontent, says Mark Engler.

Blogs

Turning dictatorships into democracies: Lessons from Gandhi

Nurturing the authority of an approved centralized, omnipresent government can exacerbate instability through mistrust and unfitting policy, argues Tej Parikh.

Ecuador rips up 16 toxic trade treaties

President Correa continues to blast the interests of corporations and international finance, reports Nick Dearden.

UK General Election: Mourning the Manchester bombing

Politics isn’t something that can actually be put on hold, writes Abi Wilkinson.

Billions are being pumped out of Africa every year, research shows

Tax havens, transnational companies and climate change: the world keeps exploiting Africa. Matthew Bramall reports on new research on the topic.

A joke that bombs – the Trump tour continues

The Donald is risible – but arms sales are no laughing matter, writes Mari Marcel Thekaekara.

Trump's deals with Saudi Arabia will fuel the war in Yemen

The arms deals should not be viewed in isolation, they will make an unstable region even more dangerous, Andrew Smith writes.

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