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Southern Exposure: Girma Berta

Southern Exposure: Girma Berta

Highlighting the work of artists and photographers from the Majority World.

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Anabela (right) provides shade during a participatory video session. Photo: Thor Morales via Insight Share

Making Waves: Anabela Carlón Flores

Nick Dowson speaks with an indigenous lawyer and campaigner fighting a gas pipeline in Mexico.

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Clockwise from top left: Smallholders forced off their land who have taken refuge in makeshift roadside huts; a street scene on Calle Mallorquín in Encarnación; giant otters on the Paraguay River; the Panteón de los Héroes at dusk in the capital, Asunción; a Mbya-Guaraní woman in her herb garden.  All photos by Alamy Stock Photos: imageBroker; Thomas Cockrem; Barry Chapman; robertharding; Westend61GmbH.

Country Profile: Paraguay

Paraguayan democracy may have come a long way since the end of dictatorship, but terror is sweeping its agricultural heartlands where farmers and indigenous communities are resisting attempts to take away what little land they have left.

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Open Window - Shithole President

Open Window - Shithole President

Rice Araujo from Brazil with ‘Shithole President’

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 Illustration: Sarah John

Farewell to the big village

In her final column writing from Bolivia, Amy Booth reflects on what Cochabamba has revealed to her – including about herself.

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Letters

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

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Donald Trump greets workers on a tour of Carrier Corporation in Indianapolis, Indiana on 1 December 2016.  Photo: Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post via Getty Images

When ‘America First’ is a corporate scam

A year ago, Trump announced he had reached a deal with manufacturer Carrier to keep jobs from moving to Mexico – with $7 million in incentives. Yet hundreds of workers were still laid off, the last of them this January. Trump’s policy should be called ‘Corporate America First’, argues Mark Engler.

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Whatever the #MeToo backlash, we’ve heard it all before

The whataboutery being directed towards the #MeToo movement is nothing new – feminists have experienced backlashes before, writes Kate Smurthwaite.

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Reasons to be cheerful

Reasons to be cheerful

A highland welcome; Rhino forensics; Good sex in Rwanda.

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White saviours

White saviours

Norwegian activists are challenging ‘white-saviour’ attitudes that over-simplify poverty writes Tom Lawson.

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Detention deaths

Detention deaths

A record number of people lost their lives in UK immigration detention centres in 2017, writes Felix Bazalgette.

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Life after Putin

Life after Putin

The struggle to define Russia’s future is under way but those hoping for a more progressive post-Putin Russia shouldn’t hold their breath, writes Tina Burrett.

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Sand dredgers now banned from the Peam Krosaob forests, Koh Kong province. Photo: Mother Nature

Sand dredgers defeated

In Koh Kong province, Cambodia a band of Mother Nature activists have scored a victory in the battle against environmentally destructive sand dredging writes Fran Lambrick.

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 Photo: Johannes Jansson

Introducing... Katrín Jakobsdóttir

Iceland's charismatic new Left-Green prime minister has big plans, but will the Left-Green's radical programme survive political wrangling with other coalition partners asks Richard Swift.

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Southern Exposure: Girma Berta

Highlighting the work of artists and photographers from the Majority World.

Girma Berta March, 2018 510 Buy
Making Waves: Anabela Carlón Flores

Nick Dowson speaks with an indigenous lawyer and campaigner fighting a gas pipeline in Mexico.

Nick Dowson March, 2018 510 Buy
Country Profile: Paraguay

Paraguayan democracy may have come a long way since the end of dictatorship, but terror is sweeping its agricultural heartlands where farmers and indigenous communities are resisting attempts to take away what little land they have left.

Toby Hill March, 2018 510 Buy
Scratchy Lines - Diplomacy

Cartoon by Simon Kneebone.

Simon Kneebone March, 2018 510 Buy
Open Window - Shithole President

Rice Araujo from Brazil with ‘Shithole President’

Rice Araujo March, 2018 510 Buy
Farewell to the big village

In her final column writing from Bolivia, Amy Booth reflects on what Cochabamba has revealed to her – including about herself.

Amy Booth March, 2018 510 Buy
Letters

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

March, 2018 510 Read
When ‘America First’ is a corporate scam

A year ago, Trump announced he had reached a deal with manufacturer Carrier to keep jobs from moving to Mexico – with $7 million in incentives. Yet hundreds of workers were still laid off, the last of them this January. Trump’s policy should be called ‘Corporate America First’, argues Mark Engler.

Mark Engler March, 2018 510 Buy
Whatever the #MeToo backlash, we’ve heard it all before

The whataboutery being directed towards the #MeToo movement is nothing new – feminists have experienced backlashes before, writes Kate Smurthwaite.

Kate Smurthwaite March, 2018 510 Buy
Reasons to be cheerful

A highland welcome; Rhino forensics; Good sex in Rwanda.

March, 2018 510 Buy
White saviours

Norwegian activists are challenging ‘white-saviour’ attitudes that over-simplify poverty writes Tom Lawson.

Tom Lawson March, 2018 510 Buy
Detention deaths

A record number of people lost their lives in UK immigration detention centres in 2017, writes Felix Bazalgette.

Felix Bazalgette March, 2018 510 Buy
Life after Putin

The struggle to define Russia’s future is under way but those hoping for a more progressive post-Putin Russia shouldn’t hold their breath, writes Tina Burrett.

Tina Burrett March, 2018 510 Buy
Sand dredgers defeated

In Koh Kong province, Cambodia a band of Mother Nature activists have scored a victory in the battle against environmentally destructive sand dredging writes Fran Lambrick.

Fran Lambrick March, 2018 510 Buy
Introducing... Katrín Jakobsdóttir

Iceland's charismatic new Left-Green prime minister has big plans, but will the Left-Green's radical programme survive political wrangling with other coalition partners asks Richard Swift.

Richard Swift March, 2018 510 Buy