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Senegal: ready to vote

A new Fanon-inspired social movement is building inter-generational accountability, writes Denise Sow.

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Snap parliamentary elections were held in Armenia on 9 December 2018, as none of the parties in the National Assembly were able to put forward and then elect a candidate for Prime Minister in the two-week period following Nikol Pashinyan's resignation on 16 October 2018.

Armenia: Free and fair poll

Joe Nerssessian reports on a new 'revolutionary majority' stirring up change in Armenia's parliament.

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Introducing... Jair Bolsonaro

Richard Swift profiles the extreme far-right ex-army officer due to become Brazil's president in the new year.

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There are 15,000 African traders, students and workers living in Guangzhou, China.Photo: Joerg Boethling / Alamy

China: The Chinese dream

Carlotta Dotto reports on the trials and tribulations of Asia's largest African migrant population.

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Unlearning despair

Climate change is the salient symptom of a human world unwilling – or unable – to protect its own life. In this lyrical essay, Daniel Macmillen Voskoboynik explains why learning to think ecologically will be a precious and indispensable tool for our times – and how our fight against catastrophic collapse can ultimately win a more beautiful world.

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Extravagant and colourful wide-eyed Manga characters may abound in Japan, but social preferences are for cultural uniformity. Picture from the Akihabara district, Tokyo.Photo: Batchelder / Alamy

Japan’s firewall against populism

In a world buffeted by populist tides, Japan has avoided turbulence. Are there lessons to be learned? asks political scientist Tina Burrett.

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Copwatch has also developed an app that can be used to record and store interactions with the police, as well as to alert a user’s contacts if that person is in a potentially dangerous situation and where.

Catching the cops

A new app that helps Aboriginal people in Australia record police abuse is the latest intervention in a growing movement that uses filmed evidence to demand accountability. Ian Lloyd Neubauer reports.

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Crew members celebrate the Thai festival of Songkran with the Moken.Photo: Julian Sayarer

Do we fetishize indigenous people?

Working on a documentary in the Andaman Sea prompted questions for Julian Sayarer about the way indigenous and nomadic peoples are represented in the West.

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Cartoon History: Toussaint Louverture

Revolt to Revolution - Art and Story by ILYA and Yohann Koshy.

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Action on Trade

Action on Trade

International and local action resources and reading suggestions on Trade.

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Illustration: Steve Munday

Just, open and green

Vanessa Baird concludes with 14 ways – at least – towards a better global trade.

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Illustration: Steve Munday

Winners and losers

How the Global South is affected by the current trade turmoil – and old patterns of power.

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Illustration: Steve Munday

Pigs that cross...

In talks about trade, something vital is omitted: the environment.

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Illustration: Steve Munday

Open China?

China is making promises, but keeping them may be hard...

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Illustration: Steve Munday

Brexit and the dark arts

Lobbyists, chlorinated chicken and tricksy business in the fog of Brexit.

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Article title Description Author Published Magazine Link
Senegal: ready to vote

A new Fanon-inspired social movement is building inter-generational accountability, writes Denise Sow.

Denise Sow January, 2019 517 Buy
Armenia: Free and fair poll

Joe Nerssessian reports on a new 'revolutionary majority' stirring up change in Armenia's parliament.

Joe Nerssessian January, 2019 517 Buy
Introducing... Jair Bolsonaro

Richard Swift profiles the extreme far-right ex-army officer due to become Brazil's president in the new year.

Richard Swift January, 2019 517 Buy
China: The Chinese dream

Carlotta Dotto reports on the trials and tribulations of Asia's largest African migrant population.

Carlotta Dotto January, 2019 517 Buy
Unlearning despair

Climate change is the salient symptom of a human world unwilling – or unable – to protect its own life. In this lyrical essay, Daniel Macmillen Voskoboynik explains why learning to think ecologically will be a precious and indispensable tool for our times – and how our fight against catastrophic collapse can ultimately win a more beautiful world.

Daniel Macmillen Voskoboynik January, 2019 517 Buy
Japan’s firewall against populism

In a world buffeted by populist tides, Japan has avoided turbulence. Are there lessons to be learned? asks political scientist Tina Burrett.

Tina Burrett January, 2019 517 Buy
Catching the cops

A new app that helps Aboriginal people in Australia record police abuse is the latest intervention in a growing movement that uses filmed evidence to demand accountability. Ian Lloyd Neubauer reports.

Ian Lloyd Neubauer January, 2019 517 Buy
Do we fetishize indigenous people?

Working on a documentary in the Andaman Sea prompted questions for Julian Sayarer about the way indigenous and nomadic peoples are represented in the West.

Julian Sayarer January, 2019 517 Buy
Cartoon History: Toussaint Louverture

Revolt to Revolution - Art and Story by ILYA and Yohann Koshy.

ILYA January, 2019 517 Buy
Action on Trade

International and local action resources and reading suggestions on Trade.

January, 2019 517 Buy
Just, open and green

Vanessa Baird concludes with 14 ways – at least – towards a better global trade.

Vanessa Baird January, 2019 517 Buy
Winners and losers

How the Global South is affected by the current trade turmoil – and old patterns of power.

Vanessa Baird January, 2019 517 Buy
Pigs that cross...

In talks about trade, something vital is omitted: the environment.

Vanessa Baird January, 2019 517 Buy
Open China?

China is making promises, but keeping them may be hard...

Vanessa Baird January, 2019 517 Buy
Brexit and the dark arts

Lobbyists, chlorinated chicken and tricksy business in the fog of Brexit.

Vanessa Baird January, 2019 517 Buy