Laura Basu on how media ownership is getting more concentrated – and what to do about it.
Article 13 of the EU’s Copyright Directive, up for vote on 20 June, will impose mandatory upload filters on internet users. Jillian York explains why the risks are too high.
How editor Maria Ressa took on the president of the Philippines. Iris Gonzales tells the story.
The Guardian repeats the myth that becoming vegan is the ‘single biggest way’ to reduce your impact on Earth. Chris Saltmarsh and Harpreet Kaur Paul disagree.
Out of the current crisis, a more hopeful vision is emerging, argues Vanessa Baird.
11 strategies for a better media. Vanessa Baird writes.
As news media face a crisis of legitimacy, reader supported alternatives offer a way forward, Chris Spannos writes.
Lavinia Steinfort on the insidious 'investor protection mechanisms' stacking the odds in favour of corporations.
Ian Neubauer reports from Bougainville, where rebels chased away a mining company 30 years ago. Now the company is planning its return.
Britain's medical provision is being hollowed out by privatization, says Youssef El-Gingihy.
After decades of neglect, the mood is turning. Dinyar Godrej on the fightback against privatization.
A toy corporation has tried to appear more diverse and progressive by creating a Frida Kahlo doll – but its efforts have backfired.
Social security reforms have triggered an unprecedented wave of anger against the government. Dánae Vílchez reports.
Social media is usurping the role of the state argues Jillian York.
To wipe out mass starvation we must engage with the politics that drive it, argues Alex de Waal.
The Stansted 15 have exposed the hypocrisy of Britain, Ann Pettifor argues.
Noam Chomsky shares his views with Andy Heintz on America’s ‘free trade agreements’, North Korea and the dangers of a ‘charismatic demagogue’ as president.
Kate Osamor, Labour’s shadow international development secretary, speaks to Yohann Koshy about aid and empire.
How corruption in South Africa continues to cost taxpayers billions of rand, by Neil Thompson.