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Our global food production system is broken. Kepa Artaraz on resistance to growing corporate domination.

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Amy Hall joins the London climax of the IF campaign and finds herself musing the age old question – can you...

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Discount stores have been in North America for half a century but there’s not a lot to celebrate says Wayne Roberts...

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Planners turning a deaf ear to local traders ignore the community at their peril says Horatio Morpurgo.

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Now let’s have market dignity and justice…Mari Marcel Thekaekara feels a surge of fresh hope for Fair Trade...

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Leah Borromeo
reports on the tragic plight of India’s cotton farmers.

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With corporates swarming all over the trade justice brand, David Ransom says Fair Trade must stick to its...

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Zimbabweans are fed up with sub-standard imported goods, explains Mgcini Nyoni.

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The arms trade tends to have the government's ear. Why, wonders Dinyar Godrej, when it is so counter-...

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Andrew Feinstein examines the corrupt networks of arms deals.

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India is allowing direct foreign investment, and the supermarkets are sharpening their knives, writes Mari Marcel...

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Donu Kogbara and Dereje Alemayehu go head to head - join the debate in this month's Argument.

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Starbucks arrives in Guatemala – and shakes up the country’s coffee culture.

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Food shortages are expected in Sierra Leone, due to the ban on cross-border trade.

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A protest against opening the EU's doors to Canada's polluting tar sands

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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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