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Spotlight: Euzhan Palcy

Spotlight: Euzhan Palcy

The first Black woman director of a Hollywood movie.

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Mixed media: Music

Songs of Our Native Daughters; Doko Mien.

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Mixed media: Books

Woman of the Ashes; Death Register; The New Faces of Fascism; The Long Honduran Night.

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Agony Uncle

Agony Uncle

Age, circumstance, exploitative behaviour?

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The interview: Slavoj Žižek

The Slovenian philosopher, sociologist and cultural critic speaks to Graeme Green about losing control, Twitter, Trump and a new approach.

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Photo: Luisa Dörr

Southern exposure: Luisa Dörr

Highlighting the work of artists and photographers from the Majority World.

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Photo: Justin Tallis / AFP / Getty

Are oil companies losing their social license?

As opposition to fossil-fuel sponsorship grows, arts institutions funded by big oil are looking increasingly out of touch. Danny Chivers reports.

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Illustrations: Kate Copeland

Is vegan activism too confrontational?

Is challenging members of the public with the reality of animal suffering and slaughter counterproductive? Vegans Chris Saltmarsh and Hannah Short agree to disagree.

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Illustration: ILYA

Cartoon History: The Incorruptible Macli-ing Dulag

The story of Filipino elder Macli-ing Dulag, who led the struggle against the Chico Dam, as told by ILYA (with Yohann Koshy).

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Photo: Elvis Barukcic / AFP / Getty

Hall of infamy: Milorad Dodik

Bosnian Co-President from Republika Srpska.

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Photos, clockwise from top right: Soldiers of the Syrian Democratic Forces opposed to the Assad regime bury a comrade killed in the battle for Raqqa in September 2017; citizens of the capital, Damascus, buying food at the start of Ramadan in May 2018; and a portrait of seven-year-old Lubna, who was born in Syria but is part of the enforced exodus and now lives in a refugee camp in neighbouring Jordan.Photos: Ivor Prickett / Panos; Ammar Safarjalani / Xinhua/ Alamy; Chris De Bode / Save the Children / Panos

Country Profile: Syria

Though the conflict in Syria is often described as a civil war, most of the forces at play are exogenous. Zoe Holman writes.

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Illustration: Saman Sarheng

What if...

...we scrapped the gender binary on official documents? Vanessa Baird suggests a world beyond M or F.

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Spotlight: Euzhan Palcy

The first Black woman director of a Hollywood movie.

March, 2019 518 Buy
Mixed media: Music

Songs of Our Native Daughters; Doko Mien.

New Internationalist Editorial March, 2019 518 Buy
Mixed media: Film

3 Faces; H is for Harry.

New Internationalist Editorial March, 2019 518 Buy
Mixed media: Books

Woman of the Ashes; Death Register; The New Faces of Fascism; The Long Honduran Night.

New Internationalist Editorial March, 2019 518 Buy
Agony Uncle

Age, circumstance, exploitative behaviour?

March, 2019 518 Buy
The interview: Slavoj Žižek

The Slovenian philosopher, sociologist and cultural critic speaks to Graeme Green about losing control, Twitter, Trump and a new approach.

Graeme Green March, 2019 518 Buy
Big Bad World - Sweatshops

Cartoon by P J Polyp.

P J Polyp March, 2019 518 Buy
Southern exposure: Luisa Dörr

Highlighting the work of artists and photographers from the Majority World.

Luisa Dörr March, 2019 518 Buy
Are oil companies losing their social license?

As opposition to fossil-fuel sponsorship grows, arts institutions funded by big oil are looking increasingly out of touch. Danny Chivers reports.

Danny Chivers March, 2019 518 Buy
Only Planet - Healthcare

Cartoon by Marc Roberts.

Marc Roberts March, 2019 518 Buy
Is vegan activism too confrontational?

Is challenging members of the public with the reality of animal suffering and slaughter counterproductive? Vegans Chris Saltmarsh and Hannah Short agree to disagree.

March, 2019 518 Buy
Cartoon History: The Incorruptible Macli-ing Dulag

The story of Filipino elder Macli-ing Dulag, who led the struggle against the Chico Dam, as told by ILYA (with Yohann Koshy).

March, 2019 518 Buy
Hall of infamy: Milorad Dodik

Bosnian Co-President from Republika Srpska.

Richard Swift March, 2019 518 Buy
Country Profile: Syria

Though the conflict in Syria is often described as a civil war, most of the forces at play are exogenous. Zoe Holman writes.

Zoe Holman March, 2019 518 Buy
What if...

...we scrapped the gender binary on official documents? Vanessa Baird suggests a world beyond M or F.

Vanessa Baird March, 2019 518 Buy