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Mexico’s Gasolinazo Ignites Public Rage

Mexicans protest gas deregulation, an economic measure many think will exacerbate an already precarious situation. Ryan Mallett-Outtrim reports.

Filed in: Mexico

Britain starts 2017 handing billions of aid money to private sector

A new bill approved by Parliament will assigns aid money to a corporation with a questionable track record, writes Aisha Dodwell.

Filed in: United Kingdom

When cash turns to ash: a look at India’s demonetization drive

Some 50 days into India’s efforts to funnel out black money, something seems not to have gone to plan, writes Nilanjana Bhomwick.

Filed in: India

Annus Horribilis

Looking for hope in dreadful circumstances, Mari Marcel Thekaekara refuses to let last year drag her down.

Filed in: India

Helping Syrian child refugees overcome trauma through theatre

In exile for her dislike of the Assad regime, Syrian actor Raghad Makhlouf decided to help distressed young refugees with acting workshops. By Jameela Freitas.

Filed in: Syria

Union co-operatives: what they are and why we need them

Neoliberal policies contribute to alienation, disempowerment and non-unionised jobs, but a new model for unions could break the vicious circle, argues Simon Taylor.

Filed in: United Kingdom

Squatters make home in the heart of inequality

Vanessa Baird reports on how a disused garage near her Oxford home has become a beacon of hope.

Filed in: United Kingdom

Under darkness, Gazans mark a new year

Lydia Noon speaks to residents suffering Israel’s decade-long blockade.

Filed in: Palestine

The last Veddas of Sri Lanka

A life traded as a heritage token is an imperiled life, writes Kevin Childs.

Filed in: Sri Lanka

Accountability is key to peace in the Middle East

We desperately need effective bodies to promote law and due process, writes William Bell.

Filed in: Israel Middle East Palestine

A foreign policy for Brexit?

Brexit both contains and is creating uncertainties that will have an impact on international relations and security policy in Europe. How will it be possible to navigate them? asks Dan Smith.

Filed in: United Kingdom

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