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 Illustration: Stine Deja

Unhappy 70th birthday NHS?

The British National Health Service is seen across the world as a beacon of medical provision. But, hollowed out by privatization by stealth, it needs a radical prescription to restore it, explains Youssef El-Gingihy.

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Fighting for their livelihoods: Puerto Rican teachers come out against the government’s drive to privatize public education. Photo: Ricardo Arduengo/AFP/Getty Images

The case for public ownership

After decades of denuding privatization policies, the green shoots of a public takeback are finally appearing. Dinyar Godrej on the promise and the threat.

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Mixed Media: Books

No Turning Back by Rania Abouzeid; Beside the Syrian Sea by James Wolff; Frankenstein in Baghdad by Ahmed Saadawi, translated by Jonathan Wright; Sara by Sakine Cansiz, translated by Janet Biehl.

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Sonido Gallo Negro – delivering Latino-futurism with a kick.

Mixed Media: Music

Mambo Cósmico by Sonido Gallo Negro and Forest Bathing by A Hawk and a Hacksaw

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Doing it for themselves – Trafficked circus workers set up their own Circus Kathmandu.

Mixed Media: Film

Even When I Fall, co-directed by Kate McLarnon and Sky Neal; 120 BPM (Beats Per Minute), directed and co-written by Robin Campillo.

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And Finally: Meena Kandasamy

From gender-based violence to the challenges of being an outspoken woman, Indian writer and activist Meena Kandasmy talks with Graeme Green.

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Worldbeater: Mohammed bin Salman

Saudi Arabia’s King-in-waiting – and his aggressive foreign policy – is put under the spotlight.

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Clockwise from top left:  Migrants arrive in Tripoli after being rescued by Libyan coastguards; children wave their country’s national flags as they celebrate in Tripoli’s Martyrs’ Square in February 2018 on the seventh anniversary of the Libyan revolution, which toppled Muammar Qadafi; and a tank of the self-styled Libyan National Army loyal to Khalifa Hafter advancing through a street in Benghazi’s central Akhribish district following clashes with militants.   Photos: AFP/Getty Images; first two by Mahmud Turkia and the third by Abdullah Doma.

Country Profile: Libya

Almost any Libyan can tell you the story of a relative or friend imprisoned, tortured, exiled or simply disappeared. Zoe Holman profiles this complex country.

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Open Window - MasterPEACE

Miguel Morales Madrigal from Cuba with ‘MasterPEACE’

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Letter from Marabá: Toxic promises

Why does ‘accelerated development’ spell disaster in the Brazilian Amazon? Dan Baron Cohen begins his column from the Afro-indigenous community of Cabalo Seco.

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Letters

Letters

Praise, blame and all points in between? Your feedback published in the April 2018 magazine.

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Unhappy 70th birthday NHS?

The British National Health Service is seen across the world as a beacon of medical provision. But, hollowed out by privatization by stealth, it needs a radical prescription to restore it, explains Youssef El-Gingihy.

Youssef El-Gingihy May, 2018 512 Buy
The case for public ownership

After decades of denuding privatization policies, the green shoots of a public takeback are finally appearing. Dinyar Godrej on the promise and the threat.

Dinyar Godrej May, 2018 512 Buy
Mixed Media: Books

No Turning Back by Rania Abouzeid; Beside the Syrian Sea by James Wolff; Frankenstein in Baghdad by Ahmed Saadawi, translated by Jonathan Wright; Sara by Sakine Cansiz, translated by Janet Biehl.

New Internationalist Editorial April, 2018 511 Buy
Mixed Media: Music

Mambo Cósmico by Sonido Gallo Negro and Forest Bathing by A Hawk and a Hacksaw

New Internationalist Editorial April, 2018 511 Buy
Mixed Media: Film

Even When I Fall, co-directed by Kate McLarnon and Sky Neal; 120 BPM (Beats Per Minute), directed and co-written by Robin Campillo.

New Internationalist Editorial April, 2018 511 Buy
And Finally: Meena Kandasamy

From gender-based violence to the challenges of being an outspoken woman, Indian writer and activist Meena Kandasmy talks with Graeme Green.

Graeme Green April, 2018 511 Buy
Worldbeater: Mohammed bin Salman

Saudi Arabia’s King-in-waiting – and his aggressive foreign policy – is put under the spotlight.

Richard Swift April, 2018 511 Buy
Country Profile: Libya

Almost any Libyan can tell you the story of a relative or friend imprisoned, tortured, exiled or simply disappeared. Zoe Holman profiles this complex country.

Zoe Holman April, 2018 511 Buy
Only Planet - Guns

Cartoon by Marc Roberts

Marc Roberts April, 2018 511 Buy
Big Bad World - Not racist

Cartoon by P J Polyp

P J Polyp April, 2018 511 Buy
Scratchy Lines - Gun laws

Cartoon by Simon Kneebone.

Simon Kneebone April, 2018 511 Buy
Open Window - MasterPEACE

Miguel Morales Madrigal from Cuba with ‘MasterPEACE’

Miguel Morales Madrigal April, 2018 511 Buy
Letter from Marabá: Toxic promises

Why does ‘accelerated development’ spell disaster in the Brazilian Amazon? Dan Baron Cohen begins his column from the Afro-indigenous community of Cabalo Seco.

Dan Baron Cohen April, 2018 511 Buy
Letters

Praise, blame and all points in between? Your feedback published in the April 2018 magazine.

April, 2018 511 Read
Against shithole nationalism

View from America by Mark Engler.

Mark Engler April, 2018 511 Buy