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Hiroshima survivor: ‘There is no safety’
Survivor and activist Setsuko Thurlow discusses today’s nuclear weapons threat with
Taxcast: Busting the myths of the war on drugs, part 1
In this podcast episode,
of the Tax Justice Network exposes the US’s war on drugs and its links to tax evasion.
Could a Biden presidency end America’s ‘forever wars’?
Joe Biden is unlikely to scupper corporate-military interests of his own accord. It will take pressure from the grassroots, argues
How fear infected the border
traces the roots of a Freudian fixation.
The US is no honest broker in Israel and Palestine
The US was always biased in the Middle East. But with Trump, things are getting much worse, Adam Keller explains.
Time for Roundup to wind up?
After decades muddying the science, Monsanto may at last account for its weedkiller’s effects, writes
‘Catastrophic’ explosion risk on Diego Garcia
Revealed: Ships at the controversial naval base are crammed dangerously close.
The people strike back against privatization
Communities across the world taking back control of services and resources.
Will air strikes stop Assad using chemical weapons?
argues strengthening international law would do far more good than ad hoc missile strikes.
A challenge to power
on the global fight for black liberation.
The blinding power of nationalism
Professor Appiah talks about nationalism, fundamentalism and identity. Interview by
War on coca farmers continues
Inside the deeply-rooted economy of cocaine production and trafficking in Colombia.
How did Gandhi win?
consider the lessons from the Salt March for today's social movements.
Will fracking realign the world?
Pundits foresee an altered world order brought on by fracked gas and oil.
thinks the changes could play out quite differently.
A word with US comedian Lee Camp
The stand-up comic, writer, activist and actor tells
who makes him laugh… and who definitely does not.
US drones invade Iraqi skies
When is a US troop pullout not a pullout? asks
‘It’s not who’s voting, it’s who’s counting’
Malalai Joya was one of the first women to be elected to Afghanistan’s parliament. In the run-up to the 20 August elections, Joya speaks openly to journalist Lucinda Dunn.