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Belize: whose land?

New developments in the Belizean–Guatemalan territorial dispute.

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Tolossa Asrat, editor of Kanere, poses with a local Turkana girl in Kakuma refugee camp, northwest Kenya.Photo: Sally Hayden

Kenya: refugee reporters

Sally Hayden reports on a fully independent, refugee-run news outlet in the Kakuma refugee camp in Kenya

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Enter: the new daughters of Africa

With the release of New Daughters of Africa, editor Margaret Busby explains why the collection – 25 years after Daughters of Africa was published – could not have come at a better time and introduces three stories from the anthology.

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Rescued but fearful: these are images of sub-Saharan women brought ashore from the Alboran Sea to the port of Motril near Granada by maritime rescue teams. Whether draped in red blankets or clinging fast to a railing after their time on the waves, uncertainty is written on every face.Photo: CARLOS GILL / SOPA IMAGES / GETTY

For women seeking refuge in Spain, a trail of peril awaits

The stories of women migrants making the desperate Mediterranean crossing to Europe are different from those of the men, marked by a higher level of exploitation and abuse. Lucia Benavides reports from Spain.

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All drinking from the same pool.Illustration: Peter Reynolds

For the greater good

A radical proposal to redefine and extend service provision to all those in need without breaking the bank has the potential to spark something truly transformative. Nick Dowson takes a closer look.

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Thomas Sankara in Moscow, 1986. Two years before in his speech to the United Nations, Sankara said that he spoke ‘not only on behalf of Burkina Faso but of all those who suffer’.Photo: TASS / Getty

When the stars began to shine

In 1984, President of Burkina Faso Thomas Sankara addressed the United Nations General Assembly. Sankara was perhaps the last ‘Third World’ politician, a revolutionary Marxist who felt a ‘special solidarity uniting the three continents of Asia, Latin America and Africa’.

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The far-right international

It is not only the Left that makes use of internationalism. From fascists in the street to heads of state, the Right is showing a willingness and enthusiasm to co-ordinate across borders. Simon Childs finds out more.

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Uber drivers of the world, unite!

Internationalists should pay attention to the way modern capitalism is increasingly dependent on transnational supply chains and migrant workers. Notes from Below explain why.

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Jeremy Corbyn addresses an anti-Donald Trump demonstration in London, July 2018.Photo: Niklas Hallen / AFP / Getty

Corbyn vs the nation

The prospect of a British government headed up by Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn – a veteran internationalist – should be a source of hope. But how would his government break from the past when the global economy is hardwired to extract profit from the Global South? Barnaby Raine proposes four ideas to help square the circle.

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¿Hasta siempre?

As news comes of the withdrawal of 11,000 Cuban doctors from Bolsonaro’s Brazil, Sujatha Fernandes asks how viable the Cuban model of global solidarity is in the 21st century.

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How to be an internationalist

How to be an internationalist

Eight ways to live out your principles, suggests Yohann Koshy.

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View from Africa: Like red on rice

View from Africa: Like red on rice

Nanjala Nyabola comments on the fluctuating, and often unaffordable, cost of local staples in Madagascar.

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Internationalism timeline

Internationalism timeline

A timeline of modern internationalism from 1810 to 2018.

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Place markers ahead of the Bandung Conference, 1955.Photo: Howard Sochurek / Getty

Worlds apart

Yohann Koshy returns to the golden age of solidarity between Global South states and asks: what should a new internationalism look like?

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Belize: whose land?

New developments in the Belizean–Guatemalan territorial dispute.

March, 2019 518 Buy
Introducing... Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

Who is Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez?

March, 2019 518 Buy
Kenya: refugee reporters

Sally Hayden reports on a fully independent, refugee-run news outlet in the Kakuma refugee camp in Kenya

Sally Hayden March, 2019 518 Buy
Enter: the new daughters of Africa

With the release of New Daughters of Africa, editor Margaret Busby explains why the collection – 25 years after Daughters of Africa was published – could not have come at a better time and introduces three stories from the anthology.

Margaret Busby March, 2019 518 Buy
For women seeking refuge in Spain, a trail of peril awaits

The stories of women migrants making the desperate Mediterranean crossing to Europe are different from those of the men, marked by a higher level of exploitation and abuse. Lucia Benavides reports from Spain.

Lucia Benavides March, 2019 518 Buy
For the greater good

A radical proposal to redefine and extend service provision to all those in need without breaking the bank has the potential to spark something truly transformative. Nick Dowson takes a closer look.

Nick Dowson March, 2019 518 Buy
When the stars began to shine

In 1984, President of Burkina Faso Thomas Sankara addressed the United Nations General Assembly. Sankara was perhaps the last ‘Third World’ politician, a revolutionary Marxist who felt a ‘special solidarity uniting the three continents of Asia, Latin America and Africa’.

Vijay Prashad March, 2019 518 Buy
The far-right international

It is not only the Left that makes use of internationalism. From fascists in the street to heads of state, the Right is showing a willingness and enthusiasm to co-ordinate across borders. Simon Childs finds out more.

Simon Childs March, 2019 518 Buy
Uber drivers of the world, unite!

Internationalists should pay attention to the way modern capitalism is increasingly dependent on transnational supply chains and migrant workers. Notes from Below explain why.

Notes from Below March, 2019 518 Buy
Corbyn vs the nation

The prospect of a British government headed up by Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn – a veteran internationalist – should be a source of hope. But how would his government break from the past when the global economy is hardwired to extract profit from the Global South? Barnaby Raine proposes four ideas to help square the circle.

Barnaby Raine March, 2019 518 Buy
¿Hasta siempre?

As news comes of the withdrawal of 11,000 Cuban doctors from Bolsonaro’s Brazil, Sujatha Fernandes asks how viable the Cuban model of global solidarity is in the 21st century.

Sujatha Fernandes March, 2019 518 Buy
How to be an internationalist

Eight ways to live out your principles, suggests Yohann Koshy.

Yohann Koshy March, 2019 518 Buy
View from Africa: Like red on rice

Nanjala Nyabola comments on the fluctuating, and often unaffordable, cost of local staples in Madagascar.

Nanjala Nyabola March, 2019 518 Buy
Internationalism timeline

A timeline of modern internationalism from 1810 to 2018.

March, 2019 518 Buy
Worlds apart

Yohann Koshy returns to the golden age of solidarity between Global South states and asks: what should a new internationalism look like?

Yohann Koshy March, 2019 518 Buy