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Katerina Kitidi looks back over the recent political twists and turns that have beleaguered Greece.

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In the light of the world’s current economic situation, New Internationalist’s Wayne Ellwood re-visits his...

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As the European economic rollercoaster has the markets holding their breath, Michael Burke considers the...

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New Internationalist's embedded occupier Jamie Kelsey-Fry reports on the baby steps of a new movement.

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Divide-and-rule doesn’t wash as popular resistance to austerity grows, writes Vanessa Baird.

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With its lax environmental laws, Burma has become a battleground for neighbouring countries keen to get their hands on the...

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Poor pay, polluted air, dangerous conditions. It’s a familiar story for the country’s port workers, says Iris Gonzales...

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As his country goes into economic freefall, Belarus’s president plans to trade prisoners – including journalist Andrzej...

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There's a clear link between the sexual assault charges faced by Dominique Strauss-Kahn and what he does every day at the IMF...

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The time has come for Britain’s biggest companies to pay living wages, says Matthew Butcher of FairPensions...

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Will Sierra Leone see Uganda-style protests following an increase in fuel prices?

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The Great Recession may have stunned the Minority World, but the Majority World has survived more or less unscathed. David...

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Banker Dan Mobley goes head to head with tax justice campaigner John Christensen.

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Are democracy and individual rights compatible with the ‘managed contraction’ of the economy? wonders Duncan Green...

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