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Issue 388 of New Internationalist

Reader-owned global journalism

April 2006

Trade Justice!

The recent trade summit in Hong Kong did virtually nothing to make trade more fair for poorer countries - even though the current round of talks is meant to be devoted to development.


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So, what's to be done?

So, what's to be done?

At the journey’s end, some proposals for how to make trade more just.
Interview with Irene Fernandez

Interview with Irene Fernandez

Interview with *Irene Fernandez* – defender of Malaysia’s migrant workers and winner of an ‘alternative Nobel Prize’.
Polyp's Big Bad World - April 2006

Polyp's Big Bad World - April 2006

*Polyp* announces the next creative strategy in the War on Terror.

Made in China

A peek at who’s bankrolling the boom.

Trade Justice

What is it? *Vanessa Baird* embarks upon a journey of discovery.

Laboratory for change

Is Fair Trade a sideshow – or a blueprint for the future?

Troubled water

India is pressing ahead with the most ambitious dam-building programme ever conceived. *Rainer Hoerig* sees trouble ahead.
The second founding of Bolivia

The second founding of Bolivia

Indigenous leader Evo Morales’ election victory continues to cause shockwaves around the world. *Eduardo Galeano* sees it as...

Blood of the Matyr

Blood of the Martyr is a photo taken early in the Iranian revolution of 1979 by *Kaveh Golestan*, who was killed in Iraq in 2003...

The Next Gulf: London, Washington and Oil Conflict in Nigeria

The Next Gulf by *Andy Rowell, James Marriott & Lorne Stockman*

L'Enfant (The Child)

L’Enfant by *Jean-Pierre* & *Luc Dardenne*


Tsotsi directed by *Gavin Hood*

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