New Internationalist

Big Bad World

Big Bad World, political cartoons by polyp

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Country profile: Sudan

Tees Finch-Lees shines a spotlight on this north-eastern African country.

Filed in: Sudan

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Down with love

Love is a dangerous concept, argues Kate Smurthwaite.

Filed in: Society

Mixed media: Music

Music reviews from the September issue of New Internationalist magazine.

Filed in: Music

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A Pope in Washington

Mark Engler hopes that the pontiff will use his US visit to promote a message of social justice.

Filed in: Religion and United States

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Haifa Fragments explores complex Palestinian-Israeli life

Haifa Fragments is a novel published by New Internationalist. In this video Chris Brazier explains how the book navigates difficult and intriguing terrain.

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Making waves: Masih Alinejad

Exiled Iranian journalist Masih Alinejad is using social media to challenge Iran’s compulsory hijab law. Lucinda Homa Gray meets her.

Filed in: Iran

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Country profile: Burma

In less than five years, Burma has undergone widespread change. We explore its transformation in this month’s ‘Country Profile’.

Filed in: Burma

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Interview with Maryam Abdulhadi al-Khawaja

Cristiana Moisescu talks to the Bahraini activist, who smiles in the face of adversity.

Filed in: Bahrain and Human Rights

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Country profile: Côte D'Ivoire

Tom Sykes considers a west African country full of contradictions.

Filed in: Côte d'Ivoire, Politics and Society

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A word with Peter Tatchell

The human rights activist has seen - and suffered - a lot in his decades of campaigning. But, he tells Cristiana Moisescu, he still believes in forgiveness.

Filed in: Activism, Gay Rights and Politics

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Ending corporate rule

Can we find a way to loosen big business’s stranglehold on the US? asks Mark Engler.

Filed in: Activism, Corporations and United States

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