New Internationalist


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Empire of the senses

In an Egypt where sexual feelings are kept buttoned up by religiosity, Yahia Lababidi observes an all-pervading sensuality that will not be denied.

Afrikaners hit bottom

Photo-journalist Dean Saffron documents life in a South African squatter camp.

Rescuing socialism

A red-green revival is possible, argues Jeremy Seabrook.

The not so Special Court for Sierra Leone

The trial of Charles Taylor has left an unhappy judicial legacy, argues Sulakshana Gupta.

Toxic planet

Our profligate use of deadly chemicals is coming back to haunt us, writes Zoe Cormier.

Why children work

Jeremy Seabrook visits Bangladesh to better understand the roots of child labour.

Obama's Cuba challenge

Previous US policy towards Cuba failed. Leonardo Padura Fuentes considers what needs to happen next.

A remarkable failure

Drug prohibition doesn’t work. Time to legalize instead, argues Rachel Godfrey Wood.

Timor-Leste - Don’t Forget

Catherine Scott and Jo Barrett call on the international community to honour its obligations.

A Savage Environmentalism

Jeremy Seabrook on how bogus environmentalism is threatening some of India’s best friends of the environment.

Facing history in Cambodia

Why Cambodians need the Khmer Rouge on trial, by Tom Fawthrop.

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