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Latest magazines

Here are the most recent magazines we've published. Even if you haven't subscribed yet, you can still read the editor's letter for each issue and see a teaser of all the articles in that edition.

NI 483 - Fundamentalism - Power, politics and persuasion - June, 2015 Fundamentalism - Power, politics and persuasion Dinyar Godrej 1 June 2015 NI 482 - Global banking now - May, 2015 Global banking now David Ransom 1 May 2015 NI 481 - Total control - is Monsanto unstoppable? - April, 2015 Total control - is Monsanto unstoppable? Vanessa Baird 1 April 2015 NI 480 - The great green energy grab - March, 2015 The great green energy grab Danny Chivers 1 March 2015

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NI 451 - Adapt or die - April, 2012 Adapt or die Hazel Healy 1 April 2012

Latest feature articles

The feature articles from each of the latest New Internationalist magazines.

Contested territory: a Hindu nationalist raises a saffron flag atop a church in Muniguda in India’s Orissa state. Minority communities in India are regularly targeted by politically instigated Hindu groups, and churches have been burned and defaced.

The lure of the dead-end

How do oppressive ideologies take hold despite the devastation they cause? Dinyar Godrej looks behind the news headlines.

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Under the influence: a protester makes his feelings felt during demonstrations in Hong Kong, October 2014.

The big bank boondoggle*

Big private banks have been resurrected by the crisis they caused, says David Ransom.

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On 23 May protesters worldwide will be taking to the streets to ‘March Against Monsanto!’ They accuse the biotech giant of both poisoning and controlling the food supply.

Total control

Monsanto has a mission. But where will it lead the rest of us? Vanessa Baird begins this month's investigation into one of the world's most powerful and hated corporations.

The London Array, off Britain’s east coast, currently the world’s biggest offshore wind farm.  Jointly owned by E-ON, DONG Energy, UAE-based Masdar and Canadian investment fund La Caisse.

Whose renewable future?

Is big business poised to capture the renewables revolution? Danny Chivers draws up the battle lines.

New laws to restrict internet freedom through taxation brought thousands onto the streets of Budapest in late 2014.

Democracy in the digital era

Activist and Icelandic Pirate Party MP Birgitta Jónsdóttir on what we can do and the tools we can all use to strengthen democracy and make it real.

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Not today: a girl walks past a school in Kibera, a nairobi slum without running water or electricity, where 800 aid organizations operate.

NGOs - do they help?

There are more NGOs today than ever; some are bigger than ever. Yet, discovers Dinyar Godrej, questions persist about their role.

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From the archives

A selection of articles from the New Internationalist magazine archives.

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Gold - the facts

Where does it come from? Who buys it? What do they do with it? What do they do with it? And the impacts of it.

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Clockwise from top left: Burmese schoolchildren enjoy a visit to a temple complex in Mrauk U, Rakhine State; night traffic races around the golden Sule Paya in downtown Ragoon, increasingly dwarfed by new buildings; a Naga woman stands in front of her home in San Ton Village, Nagaland; a woman prays at a temple in Mrauk U, Rakhine State (recently the site of violent ethnic clashes); dusk falls at Shwedagon Pagoda, one of the most important Buddhist sites in Burma.

Country profile: Burma

Facts, figures, photos and a short history of Burma.

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