Jan Goodey reports on the legal bid to save the Amazon fringe that could set a worldwide precedent for forest protection.
T.J. Coles explains ISDSs, legal mechanisms designed to favour corporate interests that will be integral to any post-Brexit US-UK trade deal.
Despite worsening conditions in their home country, growing xenophobia is causing many to consider moving back home to Venezuela. Kimberley Brown reports.
Over a dozen countries saw millions take to the streets this year. Richard Swift asks if these mass revolts have anything in common.
Argentina has just joined Mexico and Bolivia in electing a Left-leaning government. Brazilian academic and activist Emir Sader shares his views with Vanessa Baird.
Dirty air is not an impossible problem. Beth Gardiner assesses some places cleaning up their act.
Stefan Simanowitz meets with the indigenous activists who feel they have been snubbed by the Glasgow Climate Pact.
The beast that won’t lie down and die – the ISDS ‘investor protection’ racket is still with us, in all but name.
Assange could face 175 years of jail time if successfully extradited to the US. Felicity Ruby and Naomi Colvin examine the implications for press rights and freedom of speech.
After months of unconstitutional rule since Jeanine Áñez’s military-backed coup, Richard Swift gives a rundown of the low-profile socialist recently elected to Bolivia’s highest office.
For Martin Jacques, 2008 represented the end of the Western-dominated financial system and the beginning of a Chinese century.
Since the early 2000s, Argentina has been forced into a cycle of debt and austerity. Nick Dearden presents solutions to this coercive, financialized system.
Luis Almagro, Secretary-General of the Organization of American States, shows off some nifty moves.
Peter Whittaker, Jo Lateau and Amy Hall review the latest releases in radical publishing.
Danny Chivers explains how those outside Latin America can act in solidarity with forest defenders.
Vanessa Baird looks at what gender parity can do.
Alex Sager imagines a time when all people are free to move.
Taking the long view of fearless resistance. By Kevin Buckland, writing from Barcelona.
Graeme Green reports on why this is a critical year to stop destructive deep-sea mining from taking hold of the world’s oceans.
US ‘humanitarian aid’ ups the risk of violent conflict in Venezuela, writes Vanessa Baird.