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Mixed media: Music

İstikrarlı Hayal Hakikattir​ by Gaye Su Akyol; Take It by Black Roots.

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Mixed media: Film

Disobedience directed by Sebastián Lelio; The Workshop directed by Laurent Cantet.

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Mixed Media: Books

A Massacre in Mexico by Anabel Hernández; Talking to North Korea by Glyn Ford; Russia Without Putin by Tony Wood; Crimson by Niviaq Korneliussen, translated by Anna Halagar.

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Spotlight: Laibach

Laibach have produced a version of The Sound of Music that you can march to.

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What if… social media firms paid us?

Exploitation by tech firms is not inevitable, suggests Vanessa Baird.

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Agony Uncle

Agony Uncle

Should I take my eight-year-old son to a demonstration outside an immigration detention centre?

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Should the West stop giving aid to Africa?

Firoze Manji and Pablo Yanguas go head to head on the thorny topic of development assistance.

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Photo: Alex Mateo/Alamy

Hall of Infamy: Elon Musk

The high-tech 'snake-oil salesman', gets a grilling.

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Artist: Eddy Kamuanga Ilunga

Southern Exposure: Eddy Kamuanga Ilunga

Highlighting the work of artists and photographers from the Majority World

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The interview: Mike Leigh

The British director’s latest film, Peterloo, recounts the 1819 massacre of protesters demanding parliamentary reform in Manchester, UK. He speaks to Sam Thompson about the relationship between cinema, history and politics.

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Thoughts from a Broad

Thoughts from a Broad

Climate change denial by Kate Evans.

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Photos, clockwise from top left: A woman transports containers of raw latex on a motocycle in a rubber plantation in Kon Tum; preparing fishing nets on Vung Tau beach; spinning in a silk factory in Dalat; counting banknotes at a fruit market in Ho Chi Minh City.Photos: PASCAL DELOCHE/PANOS

Country Profile: Vietnam

The Vietnam of yesteryear that many Westerners use as a reference point for the nation is long outdated, writes Bennett Murray.

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In Nigeria pressure on natural resources driven by climate stress, alongside government. The link must be broken with Religion and climate change.Photo: Stefan Heunis/Getty

Temperature check

Development practitioner Adesuwa Ero urges religious leaders in rural Nigeria to rethink their views on climate change before it's too late.

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Article title Description Author Published Magazine Link
Mixed media: Music

İstikrarlı Hayal Hakikattir​ by Gaye Su Akyol; Take It by Black Roots.

New Internationalist Editorial November, 2018 516 Buy
Mixed media: Film

Disobedience directed by Sebastián Lelio; The Workshop directed by Laurent Cantet.

New Internationalist Editorial November, 2018 516 Buy
Mixed Media: Books

A Massacre in Mexico by Anabel Hernández; Talking to North Korea by Glyn Ford; Russia Without Putin by Tony Wood; Crimson by Niviaq Korneliussen, translated by Anna Halagar.

New Internationalist November, 2018 516 Buy
Spotlight: Laibach

Laibach have produced a version of The Sound of Music that you can march to.

Louise Gray November, 2018 516 Buy
What if… social media firms paid us?

Exploitation by tech firms is not inevitable, suggests Vanessa Baird.

Vanessa Baird November, 2018 516 Buy
Agony Uncle

Should I take my eight-year-old son to a demonstration outside an immigration detention centre?

November, 2018 516 Buy
Should the West stop giving aid to Africa?

Firoze Manji and Pablo Yanguas go head to head on the thorny topic of development assistance.

Firoze Manji and Pablo Yanguas November, 2018 516 Buy
Only Planet - Global co-operation

Cartoon by Marc Roberts.

Marc Roberts November, 2018 516 Buy
Hall of Infamy: Elon Musk

The high-tech 'snake-oil salesman', gets a grilling.

New Internationalist Editorial November, 2018 516 Buy
Southern Exposure: Eddy Kamuanga Ilunga

Highlighting the work of artists and photographers from the Majority World

Eddy Kamuanga Ilunga November, 2018 516 Buy
Big Bad World - Wealth vs Poverty

Cartoon by P J Polyp.

P J Polyp November, 2018 516 Buy
The interview: Mike Leigh

The British director’s latest film, Peterloo, recounts the 1819 massacre of protesters demanding parliamentary reform in Manchester, UK. He speaks to Sam Thompson about the relationship between cinema, history and politics.

Sam Thompson November, 2018 516 Buy
Thoughts from a Broad

Climate change denial by Kate Evans.

Kate Evans November, 2018 516 Buy
Country Profile: Vietnam

The Vietnam of yesteryear that many Westerners use as a reference point for the nation is long outdated, writes Bennett Murray.

Bennett Murray November, 2018 516 Buy
Temperature check

Development practitioner Adesuwa Ero urges religious leaders in rural Nigeria to rethink their views on climate change before it's too late.

Adesuwa Uwagie-Ero November, 2018 516 Buy