New Internationalist

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Help put BP on trial for gross deception!

A detective flashmob at the British Museum will expose Big Oil’s dirty secrets. Chris Garrard invites you to join in.

Filed in: Corporations England Oil United States

Prison as a place of healing

Death Row inmate Brandon Astor Jones asks the world to wake up to an enlightened approach to incarceration in Norway.

Filed in: Human Rights Norway Prisons United States

The Trans-Pacific Partnership: let's not work together

Obama has chosen the wrong issue on which to embrace collaboration, says Mark Engler.

Filed in: Trade United States

Who are the real sociopaths in prison?

Look to the keepers, not the kept, says Brandon Astor Jones.

Filed in: Human Rights Prisons United States

Living with fracking

What’s it like to live next door to the fracking rigs? Six photographers spent two years in gas-rich Pennsylvania trying to find out. 

Filed in: Mining United States

We are prisoners, but we are human

A letter from death-row inmate Brandon Astor Jones complaining about demeaning treatment is still waiting for a response.

Filed in: Human Rights Prisons United States

What makes nonviolent movements explode?

Mark Engler and Paul Engler consider the strange alchemy of disruption and sacrifice.

Filed in: Activism Politics United States

Thaw at last – Cuba and the US get talking

This week’s announcement by Obama and Castro is momentous. But getting rid of the embargo is unlikely to be swift or easy, writes Vanessa Baird.

Filed in: Cuba Politics Trade United States

The JFK assassination, Cuba policy and Operation Mongoose

As the anniversary of the president’s death comes round again, why has the crime of the century remained unsolved? asks Youssef El Gingihy.

Filed in: Cuba Politics United States

The ‘Smelly Poo Index’ on banking fraud

Fed up with all the scandal, Ian Taplin has devised a unique way of rating the banking baddies.

Filed in: England Finance Politics United States

The curious tale of the Frack Master and the activist

Jamie Kelsey-Fry catches a rare balanced debate on shale gas that marks the undoing of one of its greatest US evangelists.

Filed in: Activism Energy England Sustainability United States

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