New Internationalist

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In trusts we trust?

The Tax Justice Network looks at beneficial ownership avoidance, the booming industry in alternative tax escape vehicles.

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On computers, terror and Brexit

Travelling can sometimes help put things into perspective, writes James Rowland.

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Our 2016: the 10 most read articles on New Internationalist

As 2016 finally came to a close, the New Internationalist staff wrapped up the year’s top articles. Have you missed any?

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Tigger Stack – a most extraordinary woman

We will mourn our loss of Tigger. But it’s her life we must celebrate, writes Mari Thekaekara.

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The inextricable link between migration and sweatshops

The possibility of workers’ rights and climate justice movements responding together provides hope, writes Dalia Gebrial.

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Let’s make platform capitalism more accountable

What do Google, Uber, and Facebook have in common? Mark Graham asks.

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Say ‘no’ to lying, bullying, criminal and monopolizing corporate media!

Rupert Murdoch is only part of the problem. Vanessa Baird reports from the Media Democracy Festival in London.

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Fracking giant fails to lock up a grandmother

Far from frightening off the campaigners by taking one of them to court, Cuadrilla has given them a boost, writes Jamie Kesley-Fry.

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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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