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Country profile: Ecuador

Greg Wilpert reports on a country diverse in geography, politics and people.

Filed in: Ecuador Politics Society

Big Davids, small Goliaths

How new trade deals – and Investor-State Dispute Settlements in particular – are giving more power to companies to sue countries for lost profits.

Filed in: Corporations Law Politics Trade

What is corruption?

Sleaze and global fraud discussed in this month’s Taxcast from the Tax Justice Network.

Filed in: Finance Politics

Choosing the best of a bad lot isn’t good enough!

Vote Clinton just to trump Trump? No wonder the US is dispirited, writes Mari Marcel Thekaekara

Filed in: Politics United States

Anti-corruption drive or political witch-hunt?

The case of Sri Lanka’s former ambassador to Russia, accused of arms smuggling, might suggest the latter, says Lasanda Kurukulasuriya.

Filed in: Politics Sri Lanka

Taxation, death and democracy

Many myths are constructed to justify not paying taxes. David Hutt explores some of them.

Filed in: Cambodia Corporations Finance

The Panama Papers: a podcast special

The latest taxcast from the Tax Justice Network discusses the biggest offshore leak in history.

Filed in: Finance Panama

The duty to care for our common home

Femke Wijdekop makes the case for Ecocide to become a crime under international law.

Filed in: Climate Change Environment Politics

Military fatigues and floral scarves

Rahila Gupta meets women fighters in Rojava who are leading the charge towards a radical democracy.

Filed in: Conflict Politics Syria Terrorism Women

Should Britain leave the European Union?

Kelvin Hopkins and Caroline Lucas go head to head on the question that will be put to British voters in a referendum in June.

Filed in: Europe Politics

Regulation Top Trumps

TTIP is a very dangerous game, writes Chris Coltrane.

Filed in: Activism Politics Trade

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