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  • New Internationalist image for /features/2021/07/15/road-freedom-lies-ahead-west-papua

    ‘The road to freedom lies ahead’

    Klas Lundström examines the humanitarian crisis in West Papua as people continue to struggle for self-determination.
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    Hall of infamy: Yoweri Museveni

    Ugandan autocrat Yoweri Museveni digs his heels in yet again.
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    Cresting the wave

    In Mexico, a new generation of young indigenous women are using art to fight racism and celebrate their native identity. Changiz M Varzi met three of them.
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    The cost of inaction

    Yanghee Lee, a former UN human rights envoy to Myanmar, offers a warning from the past and outlines the practical steps the international community should take. 
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    Fighting the cartel

    Myanmar’s generals have amassed fortunes. Aye Min Thant highlights the movements aiming to stop profiteering.
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    Alternative combat

    Louisa Waugh speaks to activists in Israel and Palestine working together in the name of peace.
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    A state of chaos

    Nilanjana Bhowmick on the colossal failure of governance that has led to needless deaths on a massive scale.
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    Breaking records – for the rich and the hungry

    Leonardo Sakamoto on hideous wealth and – and poverty.
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    When will Chad be free – of France?

    France’s involvement in Chad makes a mockery of independence, argues Nanjala Nyabola.
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    ‘Life is at a turning point’: Inside Myanmar’s resistance

    Four people on the frontlines of the anti-coup movement in Myanmar tell Preeti Jha why they are not giving up.
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    Fighting dispossession

    Citizens’ groups are resisting gentrification, evictions and housing inequality in urban South Africa in a variety of creative ways. Ben Verghese and Ilham Rawoot report from Cape Town.
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    No country for her

    Women experiencing abuse from their partners need more than a helpline, writes Nilanjana Bhowmick
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    Smothered by roads

    Nanjala Nyabola mourns the loss of Nairobi's canopy, and questions the expansion of cities. 
  • New Internationalist image for /features/2021/06/17/pandemic-has-worsened-brazil-hunger-crisis-fjf

    The pandemic has worsened Brazil’s hunger crisis

    A recent study suggests that as many as six in ten Brazilians are struggling to put food on the table, reports Beatriz Miranda.
  • New Internationalist image for /features/2021/06/08/big-story-myanmar-courage-and-terror-myanmar

    Courage and terror in Myanmar

    Lives and livelihoods have been laid down for democracy. The economy is on the brink of collapse. The world must support the people’s quest to end military rule once and for all, writes Preeti Jha.
  • New Internationalist image for /features/2021/06/11/peru-leftist-president-elect-already-under-attack

    Peru’s leftist President-elect is already under attack

    Pedro Castillo may have won the election but his leadership is not guaranteed yet. John Crabtree looks at the challenges ahead, including a legal challenge from his rival.
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    Zambia’s meal-finishers

    Audrey Simango reports on the phenomena of young men taking over abandoned meals. 
  • New Internationalist image for /features/2021/06/09/how-british-aid-abandoned-girls-south-sudan

    How British aid abandoned the girls of South Sudan

    UK funding must urgently be restored to those in desperate need, says educator Rod Hicks.
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    The storm which Netanyahu unleashed

    With mounting corruption charges to his name, Israels Prime Minister is benefiting from militarized, brutal distractions in Gaza. Adam Keller writes.
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    Holding out for a hero

    Iris Gonzales reflects on the human cost of the state’s war against its critics. 
  • New Internationalist image for /features/2021/04/20/would-you-answers-your-chai

    Would you like answers with your chai?

    From his tea stall in rural Uttar Pradesh, Krishna Murari Yadav is supporting people to ask difficult questions of the Indian state, one hot drink at a time. Devyani Nighoskar reports.
  • New Internationalist image for /features/2021/04/19/why-world-doing-more-help-myanmar

    Why isn’t the world doing more to help Myanmar?

    Since the military coup in Myanmar, the situation continues to worsen. What are the avenues for international intervention and what difference could they really make? Yali Banton-Heath outlines the options.
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    Lula is back in the game

    After a court annulled all the sentences against him, Brazil’s ex-president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva is back in the running for the top job, writes Leonardo Sakamoto
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    Saving the Sundarbans

    Nilanjana Bhowmick on the double whammy of natural disaster and Covid-19 that has brought a vulnerable ecosystem to the brink.
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    Love and other conspiracies

    Laxmi Murthy reports on the theory of ‘love jihad’ that is sweeping across India.
  • New Internationalist image for /features/2021/03/10/fukushima-communities-are-building-sustainable-future

    Fukushima communities are building a sustainable future

    Ten years on from the devastating nuclear disaster, citizens are working together to show that nuclear power and fossil fuels are not the only way. Tina Burrett visits the red zone.
  • New Internationalist image for /features/2021/03/09/yemen-not-starving-yemen-being-starved

    Yemen is not starving, Yemen is being starved

    While the UN calls for international aid to avert famine in Yemen, the UK slashes its contribution. Sam Perlo-Freeman explains what’s at stake for ordinary Yemenis.
  • New Internationalist image for /features/2021/02/16/why-coup-bad-news-myanmar-ethnic-minorities

    Why the coup is bad news for Myanmar’s ethnic minorities

    Despite significant ongoing problems, life has changed for many minority communities since the military last ruled. Now those gains risk being lost, says Tina Burrett.
  • New Internationalist image for /features/2021/02/15/forest-defenders-under-fire-cambodia

    Forest defenders under fire in Cambodia

    Authorities in charge of protecting the massive Prey Lang forest in Northern Cambodia are intent on harassing environmental activists rather than nabbing illegal loggers. Mary Menton and Justine Taylor report.
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    Myanmar’s internet shutdown

    The recent post-coup wave of internet shutdowns and disruptions is an unsettling escalation of a global problem, writes Michael Caster.
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    View from Brazil

    While Argentina wins abortion rights, in Brazil even a pregnant 10-year-old is threatened and coerced to give birth, writes Leonardo Sakamoto.
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    Country Profile: Argentina

    Massive foreign debts and an impoverished population are intensifying age-old conflicts over natural resources in this multicultural nation, writes Amy Booth.
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    Finntopia

    Danny Dorling and Annika Koljonen explain how Finland has come to be so equal, peaceful and happy – and sketch out the lessons we might learn from its example.
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    Why are Indian farmers angry?

    With the government trying out a variety of ploys to derail the mass movement, Indian farmers are determined to resist until their demands are met. Tarun Gidwani explains why they have been forced to act.
  • New Internationalist image for /features/2021/01/22/cartoon-history-otto-rene-castillo-guatemala

    Cartoon history: Otto René Castillo

    ILYA sets ‘Apolitical Intellectuals’ to a modern tune, as he remembers the life of the Guatemalan revolutionary poet. 
  • New Internationalist image for /features/2021/01/21/could-biden-presidency-end-america-forever-wars

    Could a Biden presidency end America’s ‘forever wars’?

    Joe Biden is unlikely to scupper corporate-military interests of his own accord. It will take pressure from the grassroots, argues Andrew Smith.