Conservationists in the Global South are seeking sustainable pathways, finds Graeme Green.
Leonardo Sakamoto tracks the scandalous rise of hunger in Brazil.
Can this much lauded proposal help advance internationalist aims? Mark Engler argues that it could.
Vanessa Baird concludes with 14 ways – at least – towards a better global trade.
Venezuela’s a mess, but that gives no right to interfere writes Vanessa Baird
With the Sri Lankan president fleeing to the Maldives, New Internationalist examines his modus operandi – and how he rose to the top of a powerful dynasty
Internationalists should pay attention to the way modern capitalism is increasingly dependent on transnational supply chains and migrant workers. Notes from Below explain why.
Last profiled in 1991, Namibia’s now younger electorate is calling for jobs and land justice amid a Covid-19-induced recession.
Russia’s invasion has triggered cost rises and staple shortages. Ugochi Anyaka-Oluigbo examines the crisis faced by low-income countries.
How corruption in South Africa continues to cost taxpayers billions of rand, by Neil Thompson.
The Slovenian philosopher, sociologist and cultural critic speaks to Graeme Green about losing control, Twitter, Trump and a new approach.
With an election looming, Jair Bolsonaro has set an economic timebomb for Brazil, writes Leonardo Sakamoto.
Even in times of social distancing, building a collective, social response to the pandemic is our only salvation, argues Paul Engler.
The vision of the future we are fed will leave many of us reeling, writes Dinyar Godrej. For what?
South Africa’s recent uprisings have revealed how much of a tinderbox the country is, argues Glen Retief.
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.
First came the Spanish, then the British, and then the austerity measures of the IMF. Christina Ivey on the Caribbean nation caught in a post-colonial predicament.
There is an urgent need to improve the welfare and job quality of digital workers, write Mark Graham, Sai Englert and Jamie Woodcock.
After Bolsonaro's withdrawal of 11,000 Cuban doctors from Brazil, Sujatha Fernandes asks how viable the Cuban model of global solidarity is in the 21st century.