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Photo from the relaunch issue of New Internationalist

It's finally here. Issue 515, the relaunch magazine, has officially landed!

The front cover of New Internationalist’s redesigned September magazine

The making of #NI515: why we went for Tim Hetherington’s portrait from Liberia as the relaunch cover for the redesigned...

Nilanjana Bhowmick takes apart the latest viral hashtag campaign for the religious takeover of secular...

Mark Engler argues that US foreign policy historically has helped give rise to the current administration's...

The country’s economic influence may be buying silence on a massive human rights violation. Nithin Coca...

NGO worker Mari Marcel Thekaekara reflects on the progression of indigenous Adivasi rights in India.

Labour in office has always been ‘pro-nukes and pro-empire’. What can Corbyn bring to the table? Richard Seymour...

Husna Rizvi speaks to panelists ahead of The World Transformed festival.

Britain’s extraction of mineral wealth from Papua has led to a political crisis, Giacomo Grison reports.

Lola Olufemi examines what institutional justice means after the Avital Ronell controversy.

How did we get to the point where two African countries are trying to shut down our aid funded schools? Nick Dearden...

Bahraini activist Ali Mushaima is on his 37th day of a hunger strike, outside the Bahraini embassy in London. Andrew...

These latest announcements look like a modern-day scramble for Africa, Kate Osamor writes.

Guns will only take you so far in the fight against the jihadist rebels, Hazel Healy discovers.

Hazel Healy examines the ways in which humankind can ditch the military habit - and tackle conflict at its...

Pope visits Ireland: A woman attends a vigil at the site of the Tuam babies graveyard where the bodies of 796 babies where uncovered at a site of a former Catholic home for unmarried mothers and their children.

From Catholocism to consumer capitalism, Ireland needs something new. Éilis Ryan.

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