In this issue
The big story
Spies, damned spies
Under Amazon’s eyes
Q&A: Overwatched and underserved
Towards a post-capitalist internet
Democracy in the ‘coup belt’
To understand why Africans welcome coup plotters with open arms, we must look at Senegal.
Introducing… Guatemala’s Bernardo Arévalo
Against all odds, the anti-corruption crusader won the election and gave the country at least some hope.
UK spreads digital censorship
The Online Safety Bill could create a ‘blueprint for repression around the world’.
Outcry over old growth logging in Tasmania
Environmentalists’ anger spills over as logging jeopardizes the island’s ability to serve as a carbon sink.
The emissions of prohibition
The ‘war on drugs’ is a major contributor to climate change and rainforest degradation, campaigners say.
Mega-development imperils uncontacted tribe in India
Like all uncontacted tribe, the Shompen are among the most vulnerable societies on Earth.
Argentina’s own Donald Trump
Another deranged politician is just what the world needs… Right?
Letter from La Muyuna
Country profile: Bermuda
Can the country’s success be separated from the enslavement of people ripped from Africa?
Cartoon History: The Algerian War of Indepenendence
Hall of Infamy: Ren Zhengfei
Take a crack at this issue’s puzzle!
What if… We answered Isis with restorative justice?
View from India
View from Africa
View from Brazil
A holiday in Kashmir
‘Leave us alone’
The Long Read: Paris isn’t dead yet
From the archive: Life sentence
The long review
Spotlight: Cian Dayrit