Issue 463 of New Internationalist
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Argentina has been where some Western economises are now – broke and on its knees. But its people devised bold and creative ways to deal with their problems.
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It’s party time!
Steve Parry on the similarities between party politics and enforced group celebration and why the Left has a thirst for something...
Country Profile: Malawi
President Joyce Banda has the donors back on side but faces runaway inflation. Mabvutu Banda lays out the challenges ahead.
Activist Lohana Berkins explains how Argentina is pioneering transgender rights.
A word with musical archivists Public Service Broadcasting
Jo Lateu speaks to J Willgoose about warmth and positivity.
Argument: Can shopping be a form of activism?
Neal Lawson and Ruth Potts, both campaigners and writers, go head-to-head.
Facing the vultures
Argentina is not in the habit of being cowed by international pressure and financial big-hitters – or by proponents of austerity...
Stormy times ahead in the world’s eighth largest country. Are there lessons to be learned? asks Vanessa Baird.