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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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 Illustration: Tjeerd Royaards

Open Window

Resisting by Tjeerd Royaards (Netherlands).

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Inequality Watch

Inequality Watch

Life expectancy in Sierra Leone.

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Seriously?

Seriously?

On the spectacle of John McCain’s funeral.

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Borderlines

Borderlines

Climate refugees and the right to die with dignity.

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 Illustration: Sarah John

Touched by the future

Spending some time away from Marabá, Dan Baron Cohen discovers unexpected solidarity with the Amazon in a country mired in violence and despair.

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Letters

Letters

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

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View from India: state crackdown

View from India: state crackdown

Nilanjana Bhowmick reports on Modi's crackdown on dissent - from activist arrests to vigilante lynchings.

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View from Africa: fake news flourishes

View from Africa: fake news flourishes

Misinformation and fake news in Africa is rife, particularly via social media writes Nanjala Nyabola, but it’s not just a Western problem.

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Stopping Bezos

Stopping Bezos

View from America by Mark Engler.

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Reasons to be cheerful

Reasons to be cheerful

Queering Kenya; Free to campaign; Justice for cleaners.

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Cold shoulder

Cold shoulder

Report from Latin America by Tom Belger.

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Bahraini activist Ali Mushaima has described upcoming elections as a ‘big joke’. Photo: Penelope Barritt/Alamy

Sham vote

Report from Bahrain by Phil Miller.

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The opportunities presented by melting ice are spurring the militarization of the Arctic. The US is among the nations planning to expand its fleet of icebreaker ships such as this one, pictured making its way to St Lawrence Island in Alaska. Photo: Accent Alaska

On thin ice

Is conflict in the Arctic drawing closer? Rather than spurring action on climate change, rapidly melting ice is creating more opportunities for geopolitical rivalry.

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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
Open Window

Resisting by Tjeerd Royaards (Netherlands).

Tjeerd Royaards November, 2018 516 Buy
Sign of the times

Brainspotting.

November, 2018 516 Buy
Inequality Watch

Life expectancy in Sierra Leone.

November, 2018 516 Buy
Seriously?

On the spectacle of John McCain’s funeral.

November, 2018 516 Buy
Borderlines

Climate refugees and the right to die with dignity.

November, 2018 516 Buy
Touched by the future

Spending some time away from Marabá, Dan Baron Cohen discovers unexpected solidarity with the Amazon in a country mired in violence and despair.

Dan Baron Cohen November, 2018 516 Buy
Letters

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

November, 2018 516 Read
View from India: state crackdown

Nilanjana Bhowmick reports on Modi's crackdown on dissent - from activist arrests to vigilante lynchings.

Nilanjana Bhowmick November, 2018 516 Buy
View from Africa: fake news flourishes

Misinformation and fake news in Africa is rife, particularly via social media writes Nanjala Nyabola, but it’s not just a Western problem.

Nanjala Nyabola November, 2018 516 Buy
Stopping Bezos

View from America by Mark Engler.

Mark Engler November, 2018 516 Buy
Reasons to be cheerful

Queering Kenya; Free to campaign; Justice for cleaners.

November, 2018 516 Buy
Cold shoulder

Report from Latin America by Tom Belger.

Tom Belger November, 2018 516 Buy
Sham vote

Report from Bahrain by Phil Miller.

Phil Miller November, 2018 516 Buy
On thin ice

Is conflict in the Arctic drawing closer? Rather than spurring action on climate change, rapidly melting ice is creating more opportunities for geopolitical rivalry.

New Internationalist Editorial November, 2018 516 Buy