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International efforts to protect the rights of the world’s aboriginal communities gain strength.

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Facts, figures & ratings.

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*Chris Richards* meets ‘Capi-communism’ – the Chinese version of capitalism that’s plundering Papua New Guinea.

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The good ship Alguita sails an ocean choked with plastic. Blog by Anna Cummins.

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West Papua’s push for independence

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There's a lot of spotlights shining on the privatization of armed forces in Iraq, but little attention being given to the fact...

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*Carole Reckinger* and *Sara Gonzalez Devant* find rumour, intrigue and the demise of a key player as Timor-Leste’s crisis...

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Guess which country the Radio New Internationalist team is talking about today? Its indigenous people - still...

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The two Australians, Bill Mollison and David Holmgren, set the ball rolling – *Russ Grayson* and *Steve Payne* tell their...

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Base matters

As the US and its coalition of willing friends concentrate more military resources in Afghanistan...

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Conflicted history in Armenia, Cambodia, Guatemala, East Timor and Japan.

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The invasion of Papua New Guinea by giant conservation corporations. Glenda Freeman reports from the front line.

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Alex Kelly and Carla Deane find Aboriginal Australians leading the fight against the nuclear...

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After the Portugese and the Indonesians has come an invasion of aid donors and free-market blueprints. Ben Moxham wonders why...

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logging is tearing the Solomon Islands apart

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