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Spotlight: Raja Shehadeh

Spotlight: Raja Shehadeh

Peter Whittaker speaks to writer, lawyer and human rights activist Raja Shehadeh about the politics of memory in Palestine and Israel.

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Mixed Media: Music

Mixed Media: Music

Songs from the Bardo; At the Party with My Brown Friends.

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Mixed Media: Film

Mixed Media: Film

Photograph by Ritesh Batra; Phoenix by Camilla Strøm Henriksen.

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Mixed Media: Books

Mixed Media: Books

The Sun On My Head; Conspiracy Theories; This Land is Our Land; Kitchen Curse.

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Agony uncle

Agony uncle

Should I delete my Facebook account? Ethical and political dilemmas abound these days. Seems like we’re all in need of a New Internationalist perspective. Enter stage: Agony Uncle.

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Photo: Gage Skidmore/Wikimedia

Hall of infamy: John Bolton

Richard Swift writes of uber-hawk running regime change operations for the United States.

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Photo: Stinger/Alamy

The Interview: Shahidul Alam

Subi Shah speaks to the internationally renowned Bangladeshi photojournalist about his notorious arrest last year and why he’s still not holding back his criticism of the government.

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Only Planet

Only Planet

More chaos at the border. By Marc Roberts.

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Photo: John W Banagan/Getty

Temperature check

Why is public money propping up fossil fuels? Danny Chivers investigates.

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Photo: Bruno Carachesti

Southern Exposure: Bruno Carachesti

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

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The debate: Can the European Union be reformed?

Anti-EU sentiment is rising across much of the continent. The European Union’s institutions can appear undemocratic. And the wisdom of its commitment to austerity policies in member states like Greece has been roundly questioned. Almost everyone agrees that the EU needs to be reformed. But is it possible? Hilary Wainwright and Grace Blakeley take sides.

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Illustration: ILYA

Cartoon History

Thomas Sankara of Burkina Faso.

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Spotlight: Raja Shehadeh

Peter Whittaker speaks to writer, lawyer and human rights activist Raja Shehadeh about the politics of memory in Palestine and Israel.

Peter Whittaker September, 2019 521 Buy
Mixed Media: Music

Songs from the Bardo; At the Party with My Brown Friends.

September, 2019 521 Buy
Mixed Media: Film

Photograph by Ritesh Batra; Phoenix by Camilla Strøm Henriksen.

September, 2019 521 Buy
Mixed Media: Books

The Sun On My Head; Conspiracy Theories; This Land is Our Land; Kitchen Curse.

September, 2019 521 Buy
What if... the world turned vegan?

Vanessa Baird dreams on. Or maybe not?

Vanessa Baird September, 2019 521 Buy
Agony uncle

Should I delete my Facebook account? Ethical and political dilemmas abound these days. Seems like we’re all in need of a New Internationalist perspective. Enter stage: Agony Uncle.

Agony Uncle September, 2019 521 Buy
Thoughts from a Broad

5G. By Kate Evans.

Kate Evans September, 2019 521 Buy
Hall of infamy: John Bolton

Richard Swift writes of uber-hawk running regime change operations for the United States.

Richard Swift September, 2019 521 Buy
The Interview: Shahidul Alam

Subi Shah speaks to the internationally renowned Bangladeshi photojournalist about his notorious arrest last year and why he’s still not holding back his criticism of the government.

Subi Shah September, 2019 521 Buy
Only Planet

More chaos at the border. By Marc Roberts.

Marc Roberts September, 2019 521 Buy
Temperature check

Why is public money propping up fossil fuels? Danny Chivers investigates.

Danny Chivers September, 2019 521 Buy
Southern Exposure: Bruno Carachesti

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

Bruno Carachesti September, 2019 521 Buy
Big Bad World

Cartoon by P J Polyp.

P J Polyp September, 2019 521 Buy
The debate: Can the European Union be reformed?

Anti-EU sentiment is rising across much of the continent. The European Union’s institutions can appear undemocratic. And the wisdom of its commitment to austerity policies in member states like Greece has been roundly questioned. Almost everyone agrees that the EU needs to be reformed. But is it possible? Hilary Wainwright and Grace Blakeley take sides.

Various Authors September, 2019 521 Buy
Cartoon History

Thomas Sankara of Burkina Faso.

September, 2019 521 Buy