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Peter Whittaker and Vanessa Baird review the...

Progress has been slow since the 2009 revelations of workers being blacklisted for union activity, Phil Chamberlain...

Peter Whittaker and Jo Lateau review the latest releases in radical publishing.

A Massacre in Mexico by Anabel Hernández​ Talking to North Korea by Glyn Ford Russia Without Putin by Tony Wood Crimson by Niviaq Korneliussen, translated by Anna Halagar​

Peter Whittaker and Jo Lateu review the latest selection of non-fiction radical book...

The Incendiaries by RO Kwon;  Betraying Big Brother by Leta Hong Fincher; A Radical History of the World by Neil Faulkner; Rupture by Manuel Castells, translation by Rosie Marteau​

New Internationalist editors review the latest in book releases.

No Turning Back by Rania Abouzeid; Beside the Syrian Sea by James Wolff; Frankenstein in Baghdad by Ahmed Saadawi,...

Behold, America by Sarah Churchwell; Disoriental by Négar Djavadi; A History of...

My Brother’s Husband by Gengoroh Tagame; What does consent really mean? by Pete Wallis and...

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Two Sisters by Åsne Seierstad; A Moonless, Starless Sky by Alexis Okeowo; Brother...

Building and Dwelling, by Richard Sennett.

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Reviews include: Deport, Deprive, Extradite, by Nisha Kapoor; Building and Dwelling, by...

Barry Jenkins’ Moonlight, a magnificent drama about a boy growing up gay in Miami.

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What a year! Here’s some light relief as we look back at New Internationalist’s top picks of 2017’s films,...

Old Demons, New Deities

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This issue’s reviews include The Growth Delusion, by David Pilling and The White City, by Roma Tearne.

December book reviews: The end of homo economicus

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1947 by Elisabeth Åsbrink; The Death of Homo Economicus by Peter Fleming; and others.

Red Famine

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This month's reviews include Red Famine, by Anne Applebaum and The Rage, by Julia Ebner.

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The acclaimed journalist talks to Nick Dowson about how to get out of the mess we’re in.

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Out of the Wreckage by George Monbiot; Walking on Lava and more: our favourite books of the month, reviewed. 

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