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Mixed media: film reviews

A Quiet Passion; The Salesman: have a look at the film reviews of the month.

Filed in: Film

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Country Profile: Cambodia

Both cash flow and political power have remained concentrated in Cambodia, writes Zoe Holman.

Filed in: Cambodia

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A word with Kati Hiekkapelto

The Finnish crime writer and punk singer talks to Jo Lateu about the rise of rightwing populism, the importance of identity, and the embrace of the natural world.

Filed in: Finland

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Mixed Media: Book reviews

Under the Almond Tree by Laura McVeigh; Position Doubtful by Kim Mahood; Radicalized by Peter R Neumann; Swallowing Mercury by Wioletta Greg.

Filed in: Books

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Water fights in a time of scarcity: the Bolivian Carnaval

Playing with water is controversial in a place with a history of water struggles like Cochabamba, writes Amy Booth.

Filed in: Bolivia

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Worldbeaters: Michel Temer

Brazil’s oldest president – and architect of his predecessor’s downfall – is put under the spotlight.

Filed in: Brazil

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Mixed Media: Music reviews

El Callegüeso y su Mala Maña by La Mambanegra; Luyando by Mokoomba.

Filed in: Music

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Country Profile: Somalia

Somalia today is more like a political marketplace than a modern nation-state, writes Claire Elder.

Filed in: Africa and Somalia

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Mixed media: film reviews

Certain Women, directed by Kelly Reichardt; Elle, directed by Paul Verhoeven; Moonlight, directed by Barry Jenkins.

Filed in: Film

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Warning: may contain fake news

The media must bear some responsibility for getting us into this mess, but journalists can also get out of it, writes Steve Parry.

Filed in: Steve Parry

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Obama's legacy falls short on organizing

Technocratic liberals treat movement groups as another ‘special interest’ rather than a central pillar of their ability to govern, says Mark Engler.

Filed in: United States

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