How South Korea sorted out its sex ratio.
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Mari Marcel Thekaekara argues that life is more valuable than the political statements made by the ultimate form of protest.
Osaka mayor’s words anger women raped by Japanese soldiers during the Second World War, as Iris Gonzales explains.
Pete Speller describes his anger on discovering that the old city is due to be replaced with a tourist attraction.
Communities bear witness to damages inflicted by mining giants and target annual meetings in London.
Richard Harkinson and Richard Solly from London Mining Network on the project threatening the rights of indigenous people in Mongolia.
From the US to China, Owen Jones documents how the demonization of the have-nots is going global.
Louise Gray on the pop phenomenon that’s brought Anish Kapoor and Amnesty out dancing.
Squalid cage homes side by side with fat-cat condos, the ‘capital of capitalism’ is a breeding ground for extreme wealth and poverty, says Tom Grundy.
South Korean villagers are campaigning to keep a military base off the pristine Jeju island, reports Chloe Simons.
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