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Bennett Murray speaks to Avery Ng, the leader of Hong Kong’s most leftwing party within the democracy movement.

In his new book, Going Home, Palestinian writer Raja Shehadeh laments a breakdown of solidarity. But, writes Kieron Monks, there are glimmers of hope.

Danny Chivers explains how those outside Latin America can act in solidarity with forest defenders.

Joel Evans sums up the past month of unrest in the long-running fight against Indonesian occupation.

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September-October 2019, Issue 521

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