Solidarity Economy Association makes the case for building movements based on international co-operation and knowledge exchange.
As part of its investigative deep dive into energy firms cashing in on the cost of living crisis, Corporate Watch investigates E.ON, the second-largest energy supplier in the UK.
All That Breathes is a strangely beautiful tale of India’s climate and political struggles. Husna Ara writes.
Joana Ramiro summarizes the Southern African nation’s recent history of ‘European encroachment and African reinvention’.
The recently-departed Israeli PM was not so skilled in maneuvers as his supporters had hoped.
We need thriving rivers in order for life on Earth to flourish. But often how we treat them shows little understanding of this basic principle. Dinyar Godrej ventures into the maelstrom.
Senegalese development economist Ndongo Samba Sylla speaks to Hazel Healy about why he thinks ‘neo-colonialism’ is an outdated term.
Richard Swift and Conrad Landin examine Vladimir Putin’s bogus claims of ‘de-nazification’ in Ukraine.
Colombia’s first leftwing president-elect, Gustavo Petro, is riding a wave of hope. But, as Nick MacWilliam outlines, many challenges that need to be met head-on lie ahead.
Profiles of groups from Palestine, Mozambique, Uganda and India who are saying no to new oil and gas infrastructure.
How can we phase out fossil fuels in a way that works for people everywhere? The historic Cochabamba People’s Agreement offers a way forward, argues Max Ajl.
Nick Dowson gives the low-down on the latest tricks in corporate spin.
A short history of dependency.
Cash-strapped but strategically important, Tajikistan is undergoing rapid change with its future increasingly being shaped by a power play between China and Russia. Klas Lundström reports.
Branded as terrorists by President Erdoğan’s hardline regime, LGBTQI+ people in Turkey are finding ways to express themselves and build solidarity, writes Tuğçe Özbiçer.
We cannot let the fossil fuel industry block urgently needed climate action. Nick Dowson lays out a path to change.
The theory of ‘deep adaptation’ is rapidly gaining support. Richard Swift assesses how far, if anywhere, it will take us and what better paths we could go down.
This episode of the Taxcast explores the results of the Tax Justice Network’s Financial Secrecy Index 2022.
The rich and powerful are using ruinous lawsuits to target journalists and activists who hold them to account. Tina Burrett explores the threat.
Conservative anti-rights groups, and the failure of rich nations to take responsibility for climate change, threatened to block progress at this year’s women’s rights conference, writes Umyra Ahmad.
The US Republicans’ favourite Democrat.
Following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, plans to expand a coal mine in South Wales are being touted as a way to solve Britain’s energy woes. Daniel Therkelsen of Coal Action Network explains why it’s is bad news.