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Issue 375 of New Internationalist

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January-February 2005

Upside Down

Upside Down: The United Nations at 60


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Tsvangirayi Mukwazh

Grimm rewards

Grimm rewards

Ian Williams reckons that reform might work in mysterious ways.

Landslide: Uruguay turns left

Uruguay's leftist landslide.
Bin Laden in the Suburbs

Bin Laden in the Suburbs

Few of us would choose to bathe in bile.
Places of Death

Places of Death

THE two Gana men never imagined they would find themselves on other continents thousands of kilometres away from their
The sky's no limit

The sky's no limit

Adam Ma’anit sinks into the murky world of carbon trading.

American Dream: Global Nightmare

American Dream: Global Nightmare by Ziauddin Sardar & Merryl Wyn Davies


David Ransom makes a plea for common humanity.

Pepsi and Maria


Aaltra directed by Gustave Kervern and Benoit Delepine

Upside down - the United Nations at 60

Start with the prevailing disposition of power, trim your principles to fit, and you end up with an organization stood on its...

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