Kiruna church and town, Sweden, in 2016. The town is currently being relocated wholesale due to mining.Photo: Ragnar Th Sigurdsson/Alamy

‘Some things are priceless’

European authorities are trying to make sure they don’t get left empty handed in the new ‘green’ mineral rush. But are these policies simply ways to export harms to the Global South? Juliet Ferguson of Investigate Europe takes a look.

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NI 547 - Climate capitalism - January, 2024
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Arming Europe

As European Union member states ramp up their military spending in light of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Juliet Ferguson and Paulo Pena of Investigate Europe explore who has the most to gain.

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NI 538 - Rivers of life - July, 2022

The new far-right

GI – a rising far-right group that originated in 2003 in France.

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NI 515 - Making peace in a world at war - September, 2018
Stop the dam craze

Stop the dam craze

Report from The Balkans by Alessio Perrone.

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NI 512 - Public ownership rises again - May, 2018
Copyright win for the blind

Copyright win for the blind

Report from the EU and around the world

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NI 504 - The Equality Effect - July, 2017
Psychologist Valentina Eremicheva leads a group therapy lesson at the Centre for Social and Psychological Rehabilitation in Dzerzhynsk, near the frontline in eastern Ukraine.Photo: Alex Masi

Breaking the trauma taboo

Michiel Driebergen and Alex Masi meet volunteers providing much-needed psychological support in war-torn Ukraine.

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NI 502 - West Papua - Freedom in sight? - May, 2017
Across the barricades: Nicosia is Europe’s last divided capital city.Photo: dpa picture alliance archive/Alamy Stock Photo

Caught in the middle

Cyprus may want to determine its own future, but its geopolitical importance means that Britain and the US have other ideas. Darren Loucaides reports.

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NI 502 - West Papua - Freedom in sight? - May, 2017
March for Aleppo

March for Aleppo

Citizens from across Europe are retracing the footsteps of refugees by walking from Germany to Syria, writes Lydia Noon.

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NI 501 - Populism rises again - April, 2017
Punished for pacifism

Punished for pacifism

Giedre Steikunaite reports on problems for pacfists in Europe.

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NI 499 - African village - January, 2017
CETA in the house

CETA in the house

Campaigners hope to stop CETA before it goes through the European Parliament, Amy Hall writes.

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NI 497 - Peace in Colombia? Hope and fears - November, 2016
Trouble in the pipeline

Trouble in the pipeline

Bringing gas from Azerbaijan to Europe, the Southern Gas Corridor would fortify Baku's autocratic regime, says Ido Liven.

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NI 496 - World Fiction Special - Exquisite short stories - October, 2016
Photo: Aimee Neat

The pantomime plebiscite

Why couldn't the Conservatives have picked a different issue over which to launch their proxy war? asks Steve Parry.

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NI 494 - Smiley-faced monopolists - July, 2016
YES: Kelvin Hopkins has been Labour MP for Luton North since 1997. An economist by training, he is on the Left of the party. Most of his working life has been spent within the trade union movement, including five years at the Trades Union Congress. He is a champion of lifelong learning. During his early years he was a jazz musician.

Should Britain leave the European Union?

Kelvin Hopkins and Caroline Lucas go head to head on the question that will be put to British voters in a referendum in June.

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NI 492 - Technology justice - May, 2016
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The EU-Turkey summit exposes our inhumanity to refugees

Open and democratic societies cannot be built on fear and hatred, writes Nick Dearden.

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NI 490 - Blood brothers - Saudi Arabia and the West - March, 2016
Stop the Trojan treaty – Brussels 04/02/15.Photo: Friends of the Earth Europe/Lode Sandane under a Creative Commons Licence

Sounding the TTIP alarm across the European Union

Canada is the most sued country in the ‘developed’ world, and that should be cause for grave concern, argues Maude Barlow.

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NI 487 - Paris climate summit - November, 2015
Paranoid empire

Paranoid empire

Nathalie Olah considers Europe's fortress mentality in relation to migrants.

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NI 482 - Global banking now - May, 2015
The latest model – what will riot police be wearing this year? ABACA ABACA PRESS/ABACA/Press Association Images

Meet the protest profiteers

There’s money to be made in crowd ‘control’, as Anna Feigenbaum discovers.

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NI 470 - Commodities - the pitfalls of resource wealth - March, 2014

Articles in this category displayed as a table:

Article title From magazine Publication date
Climate capitalism January, 2024
Rivers of life July, 2022
Making peace in a world at war September, 2018
Public ownership rises again May, 2018
The Equality Effect July, 2017
West Papua - Freedom in sight? May, 2017
West Papua - Freedom in sight? May, 2017
Populism rises again April, 2017
African village January, 2017
Peace in Colombia? Hope and fears November, 2016
World Fiction Special - Exquisite short stories October, 2016
Smiley-faced monopolists July, 2016
Technology justice May, 2016
Blood brothers - Saudi Arabia and the West March, 2016
Paris climate summit November, 2015
Global banking now May, 2015
Gold trouble September, 2014
Organ trafficking May, 2014
Commodities - the pitfalls of resource wealth March, 2014
Commodities - the pitfalls of resource wealth March, 2014
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