New Internationalist

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The dark side of Christmas: the impact on sweatshops

It’s not elves, but underpaid Chinese workers working around the clock that will enable you to unwrap your presents, writes Amoge Ukaegbu.

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Marcos' secret burial: not what Philippine heroes are made of

Iris Gonzalez reflects on the dictator’s legacy and recent burial.

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Samsung can never see my face: story of a secret trade unionist

Samsung has a reputation for modern technology, but also a history of medieval conditions for its estimated 1.5 million workers. An anonymous worker risks all to organize.

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Goodbye Castro: who are the good guys?

The world holds very polarized opinions about the former Cuban dictator, and Mari Marcel Thekaekara tries to put some order.

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Standing Rock: cautiously optimistic as international solidarity builds

This morning, the water flows a little easier in the Cannonball River, writes Morgan Curtis.

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Can post-Brexit trade deals protect social and climate justice?

Scholar James Harrison critically explores the problem of how to make sure future trade agreements include environmental and social protections. Interview by Chris Jarvis.

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The dangerous rise of the right: an interview with Noam Chomsky

Subi Shah asks the acclaimed intellectual his view on the dangers of the rise of the right, Trump’s election, and the future of left-wing movements in the social media age.

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'Fidel Castro is not dead'

The world has lost a great internationalist, writes Vanessa Baird.

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Working for corporations, but failing workers and the planet

Ethical supply chain audits can enable business as usual under the veneer of corporate responsibility, write Genevieve LeBaron and Jane Lister.

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The sun sets on Marrakesh climate talks as Trump's dark cloud rises

Youth seem more determined than ever to fight for climate justice, Chloe Farand writes.

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COP22: why climate justice must also be a struggle for sovereignty

The Dakota Access pipeline is very much on the minds of indigenous delegates at the UN summit in Morocco, reports Morgan Curtis.

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