The native-led resistance at Standing Rock has emphasized environmentalism of a different complexion than is typically associated with ecological activism in the United States, writes Mark Engler.
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Training astronauts to shoot film? All in a day’s work for the Canadian documentary filmmaker, writes Cristiana Moisescu.
Filed in: Film
Louisa Reynolds reports on the country, considered the most violent in the world outside a war zone.
Filed in: Honduras
The Caliphate, Red Ellen, Eve out of Her Ruins, and ‘Migrant, refugee, smuggler, saviour’ reviewed in this month’s New Internationalist magazine.
Filed in: Books
In Cairo, normality is something of a heroic enterprise, Maria Golia explains.
Filed in: Egypt
Amerli by Refugees for Refugees and Anda by Melingo.
Filed in: Music
The media present poverty as the fault of the poor, Ken Loach tells Malcolm Lewis in this interview.
When the news seems ridiculous and shocking, we need competence to fill faith gap it creates, writes Chris Coltrane.
The former US Secretary of State endorsed human rights violations in Bangladesh, Cambodia and Argentina, yet Hillary Clinton calls him ‘a friend’, writes Mark Engler.
Filed in: United States
The Clan, directed and co-written by Pablo Trapero; Urban Hymn, directed by Michael Caton-Jones.
Filed in: Film
The president of the Philippines he may be, but his reputation is as a Dirty Harry of vigilante politics.
Filed in: Philippines