Issue 422 of New Internationalist
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It was all about equality and respect – values few would have a problem with. So just when did multiculturalism become a dirty word? Was it about the same time as the ideas of respecting difference and embracing diversity began to be overtaken in the public mind by shrill religious fundamentalism and hectoring traditionalists?
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To craft a new society
A divided society needs new answers and new identities, argues *Yasmin Alibhai-Brown*.
Saturnina Quispe Choque
Bolivian feminist *Saturnina Quispe Choque* talks to *Nadia Hausfather*.
*NATO* is shrouded in military secrecy, but what we do know is bad enough.
A corporate piñata
A corporate piñata, by *Polyp*.
Members of citizens’ groups for peace that attempt to bridge the Israeli-Palestinian divide talk with *Hadani Ditmars* about why...
Kicking it Pyongyang-stylie
The British ambassador to North Korea, Peter Hughes, came under heavy fire recently for posting what has to be the ros
No reprieve for gay community living with 30 years of sharia law
'Green' government shuts down leading environmental group
In March, environmentalists were shocked to hear that the Ecuadorian Government had shut down Acción Ecológica (Enviro
Strategies for social cohesion
Montreal police out of line and in the courts
Victory for Czech peace campaigners
The Pentagon’s plans to install a US military radar base in the Czech Republic, an integral part of its ‘Star Wars’ mi
Upping the ante
Protesters raise the stakes as strikes sweep the French Caribbean