Vanessa Baird concludes with 14 ways – at least – towards a better global trade.
The global free trade system is being battered like never before. Can any good come of it, asks Vanessa Baird in the first of an eight-article exploration?
In Modi’s India, dissent is dangerous, writes Nilanjana Bhowmick.
Rwanda tops global gender equality tables. Can a traditional sexual practice help explain why? Alice McCool writes.
China is making promises, but keeping them may be hard…
Michael Fakhri, the UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food, has a bold vision for a trade system that reflects how people actually eat.
Poverty between – and within – nations doesn’t just exist. It is created and needs constant maintenance.
Heidi Chow on how to roll out Covid-19 vaccines for all, equitably and at scale.
Enter the ‘new protectionism’ – and Trump’s trade wars.
Trade rules are the architecture of an unequal and extractive food system. We need an overhaul of our laws, regulations and multilateral institutions to…
Just like their better-known US counterparts, the British Black Panthers have continuing relevance.
In talks about trade, something vital is omitted: the environment.
The beast that won’t lie down and die – the ISDS ‘investor protection’ racket is still with us, in all but name.
Khin Ohmar and Toby Lanzer explore the complex trade-offs made by humanitarians working under repressive regimes.
Build Your House Around My Body by Violet Kupersmith; The Art of Losing by Alice Zeniter; Silicon Values by Jillian C York; Abolishing the Police edited by Koshka Duff.
Adam Liebman explains why we need a less rosy notion of what actually happens to our recycling.
Alice McCool meets the Rastafarian lawyer fighting for cannabis freedom.
Vanessa Baird analyses how the Global South is affected by the current trade turmoil – and old patterns of power.
Nick Dearden on how the G7 continues to stand in the way of a more democratic international order.
‘Development’ has long been reframed and hijacked, but, Wolfgang Sachs argues, we need to move beyond its misguided assumptions into a new post-development era based on eco-solidarity.