New Internationalist


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Are ordinary Tuaregs becoming Mali conflict scapegoats?

Nick Harvey and Julien Tremblin look at the plight of Tuareg refugees caught in the crossfire of a conflict that’s as devastating as it is complex.

Filed in: Algeria Burkina Faso Conflict Hunger Mali Mauritania Migration Niger Refugees

Podcast: child soldiers in Colombia

Seth Biderman discusses the plight of children forced to fight in Colombia’s civil war and what happens when they try to reintegrate into civil society

Filed in: Colombia Conflict

Killing Gaddafi: the death of legal justice

First it was Saddam, then bin Laden and now Gaddafi. The West gets its man but loses its humanity, says Felicity Arbuthnot.

Filed in: Conflict Libya Military Politics UN United States Violence

How foreign policy blunders helped create the famine in Somalia

Playing politics with aid has laid the foundations for the world’s worst humanitarian disaster, says Mark Bradbury.

Filed in: Conflict Development Hunger Politics Somalia

Peacekeeping forces fail to protect Congolese

As the LRA terrorizes the DRC, the UN’s mandate expires

Filed in: Conflict Congo, Democratic Republic of UN

Ramzan Kadyrov

A profile of the President of Chechnya.

Filed in: Chechnya Conflict Russia

  • May 1, 2011
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As I walked out...

Compulsive rambler Mark Thomas walks the line along the notorious Israeli Separation Barrier in an extract from his new book.

Filed in: Conflict Israel Palestine

Is talking to the Taliban a betrayal of Afghanistan’s women?

Orzala Ashraf and Michael Semple, both passionate workers for peace, have very differing points of view. Comment on our debate.

Filed in: Afghanistan Conflict Peace

  • May 1, 2011
  • 4

Interview with John Pilger

Why do so many journalists beat the drums of war and peddle propaganda?

Filed in: Conflict Media

Nuclear weapons: a history

From the Manhattan Project and Hiroshima, to the Cold War, North Korea and beyond, nuclear fission has changed everything.

Filed in: Conflict Nuclear Weapons War and Peace

Talking warheads

What are the West’s weapons actually for? asks Paul Rogers.

Filed in: Arms Conflict Nuclear Power Nuclear Weapons Peace

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