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Frida revisionism

Frida revisionism

Report from The Americas by Alessio Perrone.

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Stop the dam craze

Stop the dam craze

Report from The Balkans by Alessio Perrone.

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Life after Nauru

Life after Nauru

When Rashid first arrived in Cambodia, he warned other Nauru detainees not to come.

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The politics of grazing

Report from West Cameroon by Natalia Riley.

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Boycott Turkish holidays, say Kurds

Boycott Turkish holidays, say Kurds

The Kurdish freedom movement has called for a boycott of Turkish goods and services. Sarah Wood reports.

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Introducing... Cyril Ramaphosa

Whatever his shortcomings, Ramaphosa is probably the last chance for the older generation of ANC leadership to make good on long-promised equality and justice, Richard Swift writes.

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Sanctuary boroughs

Sanctuary boroughs

A community group is campaigning to turn the London borough of Haringey into a safer place for migrants. Charlotte England reports.

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Pollution struggle

Pollution struggle

Residents from a coastal village in the Gambia are suing a Chinese-owned fishmeal plant accused of pollution, writes Nosmot Gbadamosi.

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Opposition to President Hernández spills onto the streets in January 2018.  Photo: Gustavo Amador/EFE/Alamy Live News

Election results defied

The Hondurans who took to the streets following the election were met by a hailstorm of teargas and sometimes live gunfire, writes Richard Swift.

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‘One of the most hated words in Pakistan is “liberal”’

Pervez Hoodbhoy is one of South Asia’s leading nuclear physicists and an eminent Pakistani academic and intellectual. He talks to Andy Heintz about growing religious extremism and the troubled legacy of international actors in the region.

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Philip Miriori stands over the gaping wound that is Panguna Mine – the largest open-cut copper mine when in operation. All photos by Ian Neubauer

This land is my land

Nearly 30 years after eco-rebels sent mining company BCL fleeing from Bougainville for wholesale environmental carnage, it is planning its return to the mineral-rich island. But, as conflicts of interest and intrigues develop, locals are less than pleased. Ian Neubauer reports.

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The people united: Ada Colau arrives at a municipal elections rally. She was voted in as Mayor in 2015. Photo: David Ramos / Getty Images

Reclaiming the city

Progressive city governments in the Barcelona area have showed the world how turning back privatization is achievable at a local level. But there remain obstacles to be overcome, says Luke Stobart.

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The almighty investor

Trying to take back failing privatized public services exposes governments to the risk of being sued for gargantuan amounts by foreign corporations. Lavinia Steinfort reports.

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Displaying a traditional water jug, these women join a rally against corporate control of the water supply in Jakarta on International Water Day. Photo: Dasril Roszandi/NurPhoto via Getty

An end to Jakarta's water woes?

A court victory has rewarded civil society efforts to end water privatization in the Indonesian capital but many questions remain unanswered. Febriana Firdaus reports.

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The people strike back

With the failures of privatization all too evident when it comes to public resources and services, there is a global upsurge of interest in running things differently.

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Frida revisionism

Report from The Americas by Alessio Perrone.

Alessio Perrone May, 2018 512 Buy
Stop the dam craze

Report from The Balkans by Alessio Perrone.

Alessio Perrone May, 2018 512 Read
Life after Nauru

When Rashid first arrived in Cambodia, he warned other Nauru detainees not to come.

Sally Hayden May, 2018 512 Read
The politics of grazing

Report from West Cameroon by Natalia Riley.

Natalia Riley May, 2018 512 Buy
Boycott Turkish holidays, say Kurds

The Kurdish freedom movement has called for a boycott of Turkish goods and services. Sarah Wood reports.

Sarah Wood May, 2018 512 Read
Introducing... Cyril Ramaphosa

Whatever his shortcomings, Ramaphosa is probably the last chance for the older generation of ANC leadership to make good on long-promised equality and justice, Richard Swift writes.

Richard Swift May, 2018 512 Buy
Sanctuary boroughs

A community group is campaigning to turn the London borough of Haringey into a safer place for migrants. Charlotte England reports.

Charlotte England May, 2018 512 Buy
Pollution struggle

Residents from a coastal village in the Gambia are suing a Chinese-owned fishmeal plant accused of pollution, writes Nosmot Gbadamosi.

Nosmot Gbadamosi May, 2018 512 Buy
Election results defied

The Hondurans who took to the streets following the election were met by a hailstorm of teargas and sometimes live gunfire, writes Richard Swift.

Richard Swift May, 2018 512 Buy
‘One of the most hated words in Pakistan is “liberal”’

Pervez Hoodbhoy is one of South Asia’s leading nuclear physicists and an eminent Pakistani academic and intellectual. He talks to Andy Heintz about growing religious extremism and the troubled legacy of international actors in the region.

Andy Heintz May, 2018 512 Buy
This land is my land

Nearly 30 years after eco-rebels sent mining company BCL fleeing from Bougainville for wholesale environmental carnage, it is planning its return to the mineral-rich island. But, as conflicts of interest and intrigues develop, locals are less than pleased. Ian Neubauer reports.

Ian Neubauer May, 2018 512 Buy
Reclaiming the city

Progressive city governments in the Barcelona area have showed the world how turning back privatization is achievable at a local level. But there remain obstacles to be overcome, says Luke Stobart.

Luke Stobart May, 2018 512 Buy
The almighty investor

Trying to take back failing privatized public services exposes governments to the risk of being sued for gargantuan amounts by foreign corporations. Lavinia Steinfort reports.

Lavinia Steinfort May, 2018 512 Buy
An end to Jakarta's water woes?

A court victory has rewarded civil society efforts to end water privatization in the Indonesian capital but many questions remain unanswered. Febriana Firdaus reports.

Febriana Firdaus May, 2018 512 Read
The people strike back

With the failures of privatization all too evident when it comes to public resources and services, there is a global upsurge of interest in running things differently.

May, 2018 512 Buy