It’s not elves, but underpaid Chinese workers working around the clock that will enable you to unwrap your presents, writes Amoge Ukaegbu.
Britain’s long-term commitment to nuclear disarmament has been wobbly at best, but things might have to change soon, writes Kjølv Egeland.
Fighting climate change requires organization rather than individual actions, founder of 350.org Bill McKibben told this year’s Greenbelt festival's audience. Joe Ware reports.
Chris Brazier returns every decade to produce a New Internationalist magazine on the country. He has produced three magazines and is currently researching his fourth. In this blog, Chris recalls the night he flew into the midst of a revolution and discovered he had made a serious error.
Andrea Needham, who 20 years ago was arrested for disarming weapons bound for Indonesia, argues for bold action for peace and justice.
Human rights and journalism organizations have responded but the incoming president is dismissive of their concerns, reports Iris C. Gonzales.
Alex Randall argues that the conclusions drawn were the wrong ones.
This is an exciting idea whose time has come, writes Paul Donovan.
The refugee crisis has had a profound impact on identity, writes Danny Ryan Youssef in part two of this blog series.
The reality of civil war and migration rips identity apart while exposing new hope in humanity, writes Danny Ryan Youssef.
Increased political polarization has fueled the growth of the far right wing and repression of social movements, writes Sarah Roure.
The Transatlantic Trade Investment Partnership (TTIP) is looking a lot less likely, but we’re still not safe from toxic trade deals, writes Guy Taylor.
|Article title||From magazine||Publication date|
|Accountability is key to peace in the Middle East||African village||January, 2017|
|The dark side of Christmas: the impact on sweatshops||The coming war on China||December, 2016|
|'Fidel Castro is not dead'||The coming war on China||November, 2016|
|Trump victory signals wakeup call||Peace in Colombia? Hope and fears||November, 2016|
|UK nukes: Why the world is asking Britain to disarm||Peace in Colombia? Hope and fears||October, 2016|
|Political organization, not light bulbs, key to climate fight says Bill McKibben||Trade unions - rebuild, renew, resist||September, 2016|
|How the Dutch could derail CETA||Smiley-faced monopolists||August, 2016|
|Night fever: remembering Burkina Faso and Tom Waits||Smiley-faced monopolists||July, 2016|
|Brazil human rights defender found drowned in dam||Smiley-faced monopolists||July, 2016|
|When petitions and protests aren’t enough: what next?||Smiley-faced monopolists||July, 2016|
|What now for progressives in a post Brexit world?||Love in the time of Ebola||June, 2016|
|Philippines’ Duterte threatens assassination of journalists||Love in the time of Ebola||June, 2016|
|The role of climate change in the Syria crisis: how the media got it wrong||Love in the time of Ebola||June, 2016|
|The Universal Basic Income is an idea the left must embrace||Love in the time of Ebola||June, 2016|
|Australia: a nice, friendly, sunny place?||Love in the time of Ebola||May, 2016|
|Duterte victory foreshadows a bloody presidency||Love in the time of Ebola||May, 2016|
|Pt 2/3: A British-Syrian’s experience of a refugee's journey||Love in the time of Ebola||May, 2016|
|Pt 1/3: A British-Syrian’s experience of a refugee's journey||Love in the time of Ebola||May, 2016|
|Is Cambodia’s skyscraper dream a nightmare?||Love in the time of Ebola||May, 2016|
|Life in an Indian slum||Love in the time of Ebola||May, 2016|
|Peru’s independent media under attack||Love in the time of Ebola||May, 2016|
|Impeachment of Brazil’s Dilma Rousseff is a setback for the whole country||Love in the time of Ebola||May, 2016|
|TTIP fatally wounded, but its ‘ugly brother’ is still a threat||Love in the time of Ebola||May, 2016|
|The Panama Papers: a podcast special||Love in the time of Ebola||May, 2016|