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Is democracy in danger?

Rising distrust of politicians and parliaments, declining voter turnouts – these are now common trends in many established democracies. But is support for democracy itself ebbing away?

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Open Window

Pedro X Molina from Nicaragua with ‘American Honeymoon’.

Filed in: United States

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Human rights in the Yemeni Civil War: a word with Radhya Almutawakel

The Yemeni human rights defender talks to Lydia Noon about Britain’s arms deals, drones and gender discrimination during the war.

Filed in: Yemen

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Amnesty: a win for Colombia's peace process?

Kimberley Brown meets Colombian human rights worker Liliany Obando, recently granted amnesty.

Filed in: Colombia

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The will of the people

Hardliners are thriving on popular disenchantment with politics. Dinyar Godrej on the challenge they pose.

Filed in: United Kingdom

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Dancing with fear

The story of rapper Luaty Beirão, who dares to talk democracy in Angola. By Marc Herzog.

Filed in: Angola

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Lofty ideas or just hot air?

New Internationalist presents an international basketful – or two – of ethical stances.

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The ambassador of joy

Tatiana Vivienne reaches out to women in the violence-torn Central African Republic. She talks to Louisa Waugh.

Filed in: Central African Republic

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Justice turns its back on us

Impunity rules in today’s Honduras. Trans Activist Jlo Córdoba survives assassination attempts to speak to Dina Meza

Filed in: Honduras

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What’s holding back Britain’s adoptions of foreign children?

In a country of over 65 million people, only 58 foreign children have been adopted in 2015. Henry Wilkins investigates the reasons why.

Filed in: United Kingdom

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Everybody's target

He is repeatedly attacked by both sides in the Syrian conflict, but Abdullah Al Khateeb sees no reason to quit. By Erin Kilbride.

Filed in: Syria

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