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Brazil, don't panic. Capitalism has an unfixable bug

Capitalism is falling across the globe, not just in the South American country, argues Bruno De Oliveira.

Filed in: Brazil Economics Media

Colombia’s peace requires disarming manhood, not just men

Realizing peace means tackling the structural dimensions of different sources of violence, argues Leonardo Goi.

Filed in: Colombia Women

Are we going to sit back and wait for the next mine waste disaster?

Following a recent tragedy in Brazil, Jennifer Krill wonders when environmental laws are going to be enforced.

Filed in: Brazil Disasters Environment Mining Rivers

Fighting for a life free from fear

Guadalupe Cortés talks to women in El Salvador who are tackling male violence in gang territories.

Filed in: El Salvador Violence Women

A message to the world from the Wampis

The first email ever sent from the Wampis community of Soledad in the Peruvian rainforest was to New Internationalist, just last week. They want to tell the world their inspiring story. Andres Noningo Sesen explains.

Filed in: Peru

Worldbeaters: Enrique Pena Nieto

The Mexican president may look like butter wouldn’t melt… but looks can be deceiving.

Filed in: Mexico Politics

From the fields of Brazil to the streets of Paris

Yesterday’s climate demonstrations in Paris were deeply personal for Rafaela Borges.

Filed in: Brazil Environment France

New anti-terrorism law threatens Brazil’s civil society

Human rights could be undermined, reports Melanie Hargreaves.

Filed in: Brazil Law Terrorism

Lessons from the past could help tackle today’s narcotics trade

Eric Gutierrez argues that the British East India Company was itself a drug cartel.

Filed in: China Colombia Drugs Trade

Patricio Guzmán's search for the truth

Roxana Olivera meets the documentary filmmaker renowned for delving into Chile’s dark past.

Filed in: Chile Human Rights Media

Country profile: El Salvador

Louisa Reynolds on a country of great inequality still struggling with a legacy of civil war.

Filed in: El Salvador Politics Society

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