Chris Brazier looks back over a career as a co-editor that stretches back to 1984, remembering highlights and dark moments from Nicaragua to Vietnam, South Africa to Western Sahara and Burkina Faso.
Local activists are expecting a brutal crackdown from the police, writes John Richards.
|Article title||From magazine||Publication date|
|New Internationalist: the first 50 years – and the next||Vaccine equality||May, 2021|
|Gunshots fired||Democracy on the edge||March, 2021|
|Conflict minerals||China in charge||November, 2019|
|A word with Aziza Brahim||Love in the time of Ebola||June, 2016|
|With no UN to watch, Saharawis fear Moroccan regime||Blood brothers - Saudi Arabia and the West||March, 2016|
|A story of waiting||Paris climate summit||November, 2015|
|Rubbing salt in the wound||The great green energy grab||March, 2015|
|Frustration grows among young Saharawi refugees||Feminism fights back||July, 2014|
|Where are they now? Aminatou Haidar||What has development done for me?||March, 2013|
|Southern Exposure - Calligraphy in Western Sahara||Co-operatives||July, 2012|
|The EU-Morocco Fisheries Partnership||Up in arms||March, 2011|
|Absolute friends||Surviving change in the Arctic||July, 2009|