Antony Loewenstein examines spyware’s role in Israel’s occupation of Palestine, and why governments are failing to reign in its insidious spread.
UK arts had largely ditched fossil fuel sponsorships after years of activism. Danny Chivers reports on how industry ties have been reshaped.
Can the quest for peace in Europe bring calm at home? Rosebell Kagumire asks.
Andrew Feinstein argues that the strategy that helped end South Africa’s apartheid must also be mobilized against Israel.
Toufic Haddad argues that the West’s blinkered support for Israel can only escalate disaster.
Can Sudan’s pro-democracy camp still play a role in forging a democratic future for the military-controlled nation? Obiora Ikoku reports.
The Russian paramilitary organization has played an active part in the Ukraine war and left bloody footprints across the globe.
Ahead of their event on resisting monopoly capitalism, Global Justice Now’s Nick Dearden explains the rise of ‘food billionaires’, and what we can do to challenge their power.
Conrad Landin takes a look at Moldova and its unresolved reckoning with a tormented past.
Hailey Maxwell profiles the East Asian nation and its flourishing soft power.
Like father, like son? The new Filipino president is the product of his parents’ politics – and the centre-left’s failure.
Prices getting you down? Spare a thought for the rich, says Vanessa Baird – those booming profits won’t count themselves.
Dylan Sullivan and Jason Hickel investigate how neoliberal policies have led to the deaths of millions around the world.
Moldovan Eurovision veterans Zdob și Zdub have been on quite the musical journey. Conrad Landin speaks to their lead singer.
Cancel the debt, or let the Bretton Woods group profit from climate disaster, writes Farooq Tariq.
Joana Ramiro summarizes the Southern African nation’s recent history of ‘European encroachment and African reinvention’.
Senegalese development economist Ndongo Samba Sylla speaks to Hazel Healy about why he thinks ‘neo-colonialism’ is an outdated term.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.
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.
We cannot let the fossil fuel industry block urgently needed climate action. Nick Dowson lays out a path to change.
Russia’s invasion has triggered cost rises and staple shortages. Ugochi Anyaka-Oluigbo examines the crisis faced by low-income countries.
Malcolm Lewis on two hidden gems of British cinema.
Without networks of civic activism, the war might be going very differently for Ukraine, writes Jen Stout.