Issue 465 of New Internationalist
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Seafarers in the firing line
Shipwrecks and piracy are just two in a long list of problems facing sailors in a cut-throat shipping industry, reports Olivia...
A guide to buccaneers, corsairs and privateers through the ages.
How Somalia's coastal communities called time on the pirates
Diaspora uncles and 'fathers against pirates' were as decisive as the frigates in ending the piracy scourge. Jamal Osman speaks...
How the war on piracy became big business
Is a private security boom really the route to safer seas? asks Hazel Healy.
Argument: Should 16-year-olds get the vote?
Politics academic Andrew Mycock and UK Youth Parliament member Chanté Joseph go head-to-head.
A date now inextricably linked with the US has another meaning entirely for those who suffered under Pinochet's dictatorship,...
Working like a horse
When animals are a lifeline for a billion people, helping them helps people too. Carol Davis explains.