A new report shows the dramatic rise in cash earnings of shareholders in Britain’s big oil since the Paris Agreement.
Over the next two years, our new series will explore pathways to peace and environmental protection.
Ugandan autocrat Yoweri Museveni digs his heels in yet again.
Rich nations vaccinate a citizen every second while the majority of the poorest nations are yet to give a single dose. How can we end vaccine apartheid? Experts and campaigners weigh in at a New Internationalist live event.
With less than 2 weeks to go, here are some of the top arguments for buying into our community share offer.
Husna Ara probes co-editor Amy Hall on New Internationalist’s bold Covid-19 rescue plan.
As 2020 draws to an end, we look at the journalism which spoke most to our readers.
As the year comes to a close, here are the most popular articles on our site
Exclusive: the inside story on Jeanne-Luc, Extinction Rebellion’s pink Octopus.
From Palestinian hip hop to the spoken word wizardry of South London, Malcolm Lewis and Louise Gray review sounds from around the globe
Agony Uncle responds to a troubled 20-something-year-old who worries he’ll lose his radical commitments as he gets older.
Louise Gray reviews the latest music releases by Songs of Our Native Daughters and Ibibio Sound Machine.
Euzhan Palcy tells Subi Shah what inspired her to become a filmmaker 35 years ago, and what keeps her fire burning.
A dump in Cambodia and a child waste-picker to show that our waste never really disappear.
Sound the People by Red Baraat;Crave by Léonie Pernet.
Tehran Taboo written and directed by Ali Soozandeh;The Heiresses (Las Herederas) written and directed by Marcello Martinessi.
Hazel Healy examines the ways in which humankind can ditch the military habit - and tackle conflict at its roots
We put the President of Eritrea’s track record – liberation fighter turned ruthless dictator – under the spotlight.
The Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND) was founded 60 years ago.
The impacts of racism can be seen in almost all aspects of everyday life.
The once-world's fourth biggest lake was thought gone forever and a source of decades of environmental disaster. But something is changing.
A round-up of inspired ideas and practices.
Everything you need to know about homelessness, from this month's magazine.
Putting the most important information about West Papua at your fingertips.
There are quick but important things we all can do to support the West Papuan freedom struggle.
Donald Trump's right-hand man is at the centre of global power. And he's dangerous.
Rising distrust of politicians and parliaments, declining voter turnouts – these are now common trends in many established democracies. But is support for democracy itself ebbing away?
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We turn the focus inwards to mark our 500th edition.
It won’t last, the young founders of New Internationalist were told 500 issues ago. Read the letter from this month's Editors.
Inside a transgender ‘birthday’ party in Pakistan, a rare chance for the community to celebrate a friend's life.
Ego? Tick. Money? Tick. Power-hungry? Tick. A disaster for the world? Tick.
It hasn't rained since May in Paraguay's General Diaz area, and wildlife is struggling to survive as rivers dry up.
A halloween display featuring a border wall, Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders popped up in Connecticut.