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  • New Internationalist image for /features/2021/10/18/without-water-there-no-life

    Without water, there is no life

    Industrial agriculture is drying up the land in Almeria, Spain. Vitalie Duporge speaks to activists and small-scale farmers trying to avert local ecocide.
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    An uneasy peace for Colombia’s coca farmers

    Five years on from the peace agreement, rural violence continues and coca production is on the rise. Joe Ballesteros reports.
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    Dry taps and blackouts

    Leo Sakamoto fears a drought as Brazil’s long-brewing water crisis hits home.
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    1980s throw-back

    Multiple coups, a global virus and democracy on the ropes in many parts of the world. Nanjala Nyabola asks, have we gone back to the 1980s?
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    Let the water flow

    Could solar-powered desalination help boost drinking water supplies in Kenya and beyond? Anthony Langat reports.
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    Hall of infamy: Marjorie Taylor Greene

    Welcome to the US Congress member’s alternative Far Right universe.
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    The disappearing Senegalese sardines

    Hazel Healy sheds light on a deeply dysfunctional food chain.
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    Betrayed by Australia

    Thanks to newly declassified files, Chilean exiles have discovered that the same country which gave them refuge, was involved in the coup which changed their lives forever. Carole Concha Bell reports.
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    ‘I fought so hard for my rights’

    Ritu Mahendru speaks to Afghan women at the forefront of resisting the Taliban’s oppression, including on the streets.
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    Eritrea: how did we get here?

    A one-party political system, mass disappearances and a total ban on non-state media – Alex Jackson of Amnesty explains how the anti-colonial promise of Eritrea turned into one of the largest producers of refugees worldwide.
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    Chile: at a glance

    Despite its modern and prosperous image, Chile’s repressive institutions have remained intact since the Pinochet dictatorship. Could change be on the horizon, asks Carole Concha Bell?
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    Bangladesh: at a glance

    A ‘digital’, growing Bangladesh has not translated to basic rights and freedoms for ordinary citizens, Oliur Sun finds.
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    ‘We have lost everything’

    For Afghans forced to leave their country and flee to Europe there is no place called home, writes Ritu Mahendru.
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    Cuba’s crossroads

    The Castros are no longer in charge. Will Miguel Díaz-Canel, their hand-picked successor, wield a new broom of change? Wayne Ellwood weighs up the island’s options.
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    Spirited Away

    Violeta Santos Moura’s poignant photo essay reveals the tragedy of Nepal's human-trafficking crisis – and the courage of those fighting back.
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    Move over politicians

    Ed Sykes reports from Mexico on the indigenous communities taking back local democracy and building safer, greener towns in the process.
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    Afghanistan – what can I do?

    The question so many of us are asking. Vanessa Baird has a few suggestions.
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    Slavery beef, anyone?

    From slavery to mass deforestation, Leonardo Sakamoto highlights the devastating impact of cattle ranching in Brazil.
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    Singled out

    Sex worker activists are under attack in Kyrgyzstan, writes Lauren Crosby Medlicott.
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    Suspending pandemic reality

    Exasperated at politicians, Nanjala Nyabola reflects on the disastrous consequences of poor leadership in a pandemic. 
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    The oxygen gap

    Nilanjana Bhowmick on oxygen inequity and the price paid by her country’s citizens.
  • New Internationalist image for /features/2021/08/09/letter-manila-vaccine-hopes-and-fears

    Vaccine hopes and fears

    The complications of the vaccine rollout in the Philippines are myriad, Iris Gonzales finds.
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    Pressure on Putin

    Putin piles on the political pressure in Russia.
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    Is my daughter’s pro-Palestine activism turning antisemitic?

    Ethical and political dilemmas abound these days. Seems like we’re all in need of a New Internationalist perspective. Enter stage: Agony Uncle
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    Colombia: iron fist

    Carole Concha Bell on Iván Duque’s ‘cosmetic’ police reform.
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    Introducing...Pedro Castillo

    Richard Swift paints a mixed picture of Peru’s unlikely choice for president. 
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    A taste of hope

    With herders under threat from global heating in Somaliland, the government has hatched a plan to move millions to the coast. But can pastoralists adapt to fishing. Alice Rowsome and Yahye Xanas investigate.
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    Not toeing the Kremlin’s line

    Regional media is holding its own against the ‘official version’ put out by the nationals. Could it be a harbinger for change, asks Tina Burrett.
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    Introducing...Samia Suluhu Hassan

    Richard Swift on East Africa’s first woman president, a Zanzibar-based organizer promising to protect Tanzanian workers and their basic freedoms.
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    A bloody business

    Iris Gonzales reflects on a violent national obsession that has only grown under coronavirus restrictions in the Philippines.
  • New Internationalist image for /features/2021/06/08/chance-rebuild

    A chance to rebuild?

    Thin Lei Win believes the Myanmar military’s reign of terror might be leading a long-divided nation onto a more inclusive path.
  • New Internationalist image for /features/2021/07/28/zuma-still-clinging-power-citizens-are-paying-price

    Zuma is still clinging to power, citizens are paying the price

    South Africa’s recent uprisings have revealed how much of a tinderbox the country is, argues Glen Retief.
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    No place for children

    Not even young lives have been spared by the junta. Maung Moe reports on a day of shame.
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    The interview: Sayragul Sauytbay

    Sayragul Sauytbay on being forced to teach propaganda in a concentration camp for Uyghur people.
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    Hall of infamy: Alexander Lukashenko

    How the Belarus leader clings to power.
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    Nature’s guardians

    Dave Bangs makes the case for universal freedom to roam, and explains why he will be joining a mass trespass of England’s South Downs.