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Country profile: Ecuador

Greg Wilpert reports on a country diverse in geography, politics and people.

Filed in: Ecuador Politics Society

Against their will

Roxana Olivera meets indigenous women in Peru who are still waiting for justice, two decades after being forcibly sterilized.

Filed in: Health Indigenous Peoples Peru Women

Big Davids, small Goliaths

How new trade deals – and Investor-State Dispute Settlements in particular – are giving more power to companies to sue countries for lost profits.

Filed in: Corporations Law Politics Trade

Southern Exposure: Imal Hashimi

Smoke and ash in Afghanistan.

Filed in: Afghanistan Drugs

Men and feminism: the Smurthwaite Deal

Kate Smurthwaite has an idea for how men can truly be feminist.

Filed in: Feminism Men Women

The ‘Fight for $15’ dreams big – and wins

Mark Engler hails a significant victory for workers in the US.

Filed in: United States Work

From Russia, with blood: the impact of coal exports to Britain

The environmental and human costs are high, writes Vladimir Slivyak

Filed in: Climate Change Energy Indigenous Peoples Mining Russia

Australia: a nice, friendly, sunny place?

There are many myths about the country that just don’t hold up, writes Stephen Langford.

Filed in: Australia Human Rights Migration

The London students who refuse to pay rent

Students have joined a rent strike to protest against prices they say are out of reach for poorer students. Amy Hall reports.

Filed in: Education

Digital work marketplaces impose a new balance of power

Can we reverse the diminishing power of workers in a world of hyper-geographically mobile work? asks Mark Graham.

Filed in: Work

Taxation, death and democracy

Many myths are constructed to justify not paying taxes. David Hutt explores some of them.

Filed in: Cambodia Corporations Finance

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