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Perilous journey by Shahram Rezaei (Iran).

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‘I march, you march… he leaves.’ An Algerian woman takes a stand against 82-year-old President Bouteflika. As a result of mass protests, Bouteflika has decided not to stand for a fifth term.Photo: Ryad Kramdi/AFP/Getty

Sign of the times

I march, you march… he leaves.

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Inequality Watch

Inequality Watch

Vietnamese garment workers vs top five clothes companies.

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Seriously?

Penal labour is still big bucks.

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Illustration: Sarah John

The careful image

What is required to be an authentic person? Parsa Sanjana Sajid ponders the answer from the bright lights of a photo studio.

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Letters

Letters

Praise, blame and all points in between? Give us your feedback.

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View from Africa

View from Africa

A history of violence. For Nanjala Nyabola, the sentencing of Trump’s campaign chair tells us a lot about the West’s relationship to Africa.

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View from India

View from India

India’s record on children is puzzling for a country that is the world’s largest importer of arms and has a billion-dollar space programme. Nilanjana Bhowmick writes.

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View from Brazil

View from Brazil

Will pensions unite the Left against Bolsonaro?

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Reasons to be cheerful

Plastic-free Taiwan; Smarter spending; A matter of life and death; and who knew?

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Haiti: where’s the money?

Where is the Petro-Caribe money??? #PetroCaribeChallenge

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‘…cutting branches, cutting down entire trunks… this is all illegal’ – a sign in Mondulkiri province, Cambodia alerts people to the dangers of participating in illicit logging. Photo: Bjorn Svensson/Alamy

Vietnam: green fingers

Jack Davies reports on the EU's failure to do due diligence to prevent illegal timber trading between Vietnam and Cambodia.

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Brazil: doll power

Brazil: doll power

A shop in Brazil has achieved a win for racial diversity by only selling black dolls.

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Open Window

Perilous journey by Shahram Rezaei (Iran).

Shahram Rezaei May, 2019 519 Buy
Sign of the times

I march, you march… he leaves.

May, 2019 519 Buy
Inequality Watch

Vietnamese garment workers vs top five clothes companies.

May, 2019 519 Buy
Seriously?

Penal labour is still big bucks.

May, 2019 519 Buy
Borderlines

Family matters.

New Internationalist Editorial May, 2019 519 Buy
The careful image

What is required to be an authentic person? Parsa Sanjana Sajid ponders the answer from the bright lights of a photo studio.

Parsa Sanjana Sajid May, 2019 519 Buy
Letters

Praise, blame and all points in between? Give us your feedback.

May, 2019 519 Read
View from Africa

A history of violence. For Nanjala Nyabola, the sentencing of Trump’s campaign chair tells us a lot about the West’s relationship to Africa.

Nanjala Nyabola May, 2019 519 Buy
View from India

India’s record on children is puzzling for a country that is the world’s largest importer of arms and has a billion-dollar space programme. Nilanjana Bhowmick writes.

Nilanjana Bhowmick May, 2019 519 Buy
View from Brazil

Will pensions unite the Left against Bolsonaro?

Leonardo Sakamoto May, 2019 519 Buy
Reasons to be cheerful

Plastic-free Taiwan; Smarter spending; A matter of life and death; and who knew?

New Internationalist Editorial May, 2019 519 Buy
Haiti: where’s the money?

Where is the Petro-Caribe money??? #PetroCaribeChallenge

Thomas Kilroy May, 2019 519 Buy
Egypt: Arab winter

Alessio Perrone May, 2019 519 Buy
Vietnam: green fingers

Jack Davies reports on the EU's failure to do due diligence to prevent illegal timber trading between Vietnam and Cambodia.

Jack Davies May, 2019 519 Buy
Brazil: doll power

A shop in Brazil has achieved a win for racial diversity by only selling black dolls.

Alessio Perrone May, 2019 519 Buy