David Ransom argues that the opposite is actually true.
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The Mexican president may look like butter wouldn’t melt… but looks can be deceiving.
Religious and ethnic minorities expect the new government to restore their rights. Charlotte England wonders if such hopes are misplaced.
The APEC Summit hosts cleared the streets for their guests, but the poor can’t be made to disappear, writes Iris Gonzales.
After weathering decades of diplomatic storms, many wonder if the international organization can still be reformed, writes Maggie Black.
Eric Gutierrez argues that the British East India Company was itself a drug cartel.
Giorgos Kallis explains why we should all be living ‘the degrowth way’.
Canada is the most sued country in the ‘developed’ world, and that should be cause for grave concern, argues Maude Barlow.
Is a ‘good climate deal’ possible at Paris? Danny Chivers and Jess Worth ask: what’s the best we can hope for?
As Western Sahara marks 40 years of occupation, Dominik Sipiński listens to refugees tired of broken promises and dreams.
Is the world’s most populous country a climate villain or an environmental leader? Sam Geall investigates.
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