New Internationalist


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Malala Yousafzai is another innocent target

Syed Hamad Ali says the 14-year-old campaigner shot in Pakistan is among hundreds of civilian victims.

Filed in: Pakistan Terrorism

Secret hearings will undermine open justice in Britain

The government’s closed court plans are flawed and unfair, warns Simon Crowther.

Filed in: Human Rights Law Terrorism United Kingdom

Drone killings: a result of our animal instincts?

Or are they a mechanism that allows people to bypass a natural aversion to killing? Syed Hamad Ali investigates.

Filed in: Arms Pakistan Terrorism United States

Abu Qatada: when the net tightens on justice

Britain’s counter-terrorism policy is undermining the rule of law, argues Simon Crowther.

Filed in: Human Rights Jordan Terrorism

A treacherous occupation

Pakistan is the deadliest country to be a journalist, as Manzoor Ali knows only too well.

Filed in: Media Pakistan Terrorism


Guantanámo Bay Ethiopian style.

Filed in: Ethiopia Human Rights Terrorism

A feeling of helplessness

Kashmiri poet Murtaza Shibli works on the London Underground, where he thought he was safe from bombings and destruction – until 7/7.

Filed in: Kashmir Terrorism United Kingdom

An open letter to George W Bush

Theodore Roszak has had enough.

Filed in: Human Rights Terrorism United States War and Peace

Insecure lives

Jeremy Seabrook explains how the global economy is driving both rich and poor into an insecure future.

Filed in: Human Rights Poverty Structural Adjustment Terrorism

State of Fear

The war on terror has provoked a global state of siege. Richard Swift sees a spreading ‘occupation mentality’ that may be visiting your neighbourhood soon.

Filed in: Canada Democracy Human Rights Terrorism

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