Issue 460 of New Internationalist
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Once on the FBI's 'most wanted' list, the civil rights activist has no intention of slowing down. She talks to Frank Barat about...
Modern surreal police tactics make writing comedy about protests an easy job for Chris Coltrane.
Richard Wamai and Ronald Goldman go head to head.
The founding editor of the New Internationalist, Peter Adamson, looks at how the world has changed since the magazine started –...
Maria Golia considers Egypt's past, present and future.
Aminatou Haidar, from Western Sahara; Rigoberta Menchú, from Guatemala; Mari Marcel Thekaekara, from India; and Domitila Barrios...
Steps forward, steps back - what effect have 40 years of development had?
The Iranian women's rights activist on what she has been doing since she was featured in our March 2007 issue.
Laughter and tolerance run dry in a land where HIV is still a swear word, says Wame Molefhe.