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When all bets are off

Tolerance, facts, dialogue. Donald Trump may not value them – but that is exactly why we must, argues Dan Smith.

Filed in: Politics United States

Trump victory signals wakeup call

The world woke today shocked that Trump won the US Presidential elections. Now is a time for deep reflection, writes Chris Spannos, who also explains why he can relate to Trump voters.

Filed in: United States

A slow death along the Pilcomayo River

It hasn’t rained since May in Paraguay’s General Diaz area, and wildlife is struggling to survive as rivers dry up.

Filed in: Paraguay

Crimes of compassion for refugee solidarity

Human rights campaigner Rob Lawrie speaks to Lydia Noon about people smuggling, bike riding and refugees.

Filed in: United Kingdom

The Triple Talaq

Many Indian Muslim women have had enough, challenging the men who walk the corridors of power in their mosques and madrasas, Mari Marcel Thekaekara writes.

Filed in: India Women

South Africa faces drought and rising food prices - can GMOs save it?

Monsanto’s so-called drought tolerant GM maize won’t tackle the drought and the root causes of hunger in South Africa, write Haidee Swanby and Linzi Lewis.

Filed in: South Africa

Country Profile: Venezuela

Tamara Pearson profiles this South American country, from the November issue of New Internationalist magazine.

Filed in: Venezuela

Southern Exposure

Highlighting the work of artists and photographers from the Majority World.

Filed in: Côte d'Ivoire

When a house is not a home

On the matter of decent housing, the government turns a deaf ear to poorer citizens, while bending over backwards to help the wealthy. Lindsey Collen, who penned this column from 2006 to 2007, returns with a one-off letter.

Filed in: Mauritius

Disabled people lead the fight against austerity

The resistance put up against the UK government’s cuts by Disabled People Against the Cuts can teach us many lessons, writes Jamie Kelsey-Fry.

Filed in: Disability United Kingdom

Protectors vs pipelines

The native-led resistance at Standing Rock has emphasized environmentalism of a different complexion than is typically associated with ecological activism in the United States, writes Mark Engler.

Filed in: Indigenous Peoples United States

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