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It’s possible to make space for a radical project even inside the belly of the beast. Mark Engler tells the...

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In the 16th century the ‘known’ world came to be dominated by violent...

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David Ransom makes a plea for common humanity.

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Felicity Arbuthnot recalls the doomed buildings of the country she loves.

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Exiled Burmese activist Myint Myint Wai recalls her desperate time in prison.

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Despite a woeful human rights record and an international boycott, foreign investment in Burma continues to surge.

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Nikki van der Gaag finds that human rights have a different meaning when viewed from Baghdad.

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According to the World Health Organization, depression will be the second most debilitating disease in the world by 2020.

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The murky world of the arms trade escapes public scrutiny most of the time. Vanessa Baird visits Somalia, where its bloody...

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