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 Photo: Jean Paul Saint Fleur

Southern Exposure

Jean Paul Saint Fleur photographs two boys getting ready for carnival in southern Haiti.

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The Big Push, the latest book on patriarchy by Cynthia Enloe

The persistence of patriarchy

Renowned US feminist Cynthia Enloe reveals how patriarchy is adapted and sustained by its adherents – knowledge which is essential to challenging it

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Riek Machar (left) and Salva Kiir (right) sit for an official photo. Picture: Albert Gonzalez Farran/AFP/Getty Images

Worldbeaters: Sava Kiir Mayardit and Riek Machar

Richard Swift takes aim at Sava Kiir Mayardit and Riek Machar, once friends but now foes at the pinnacle of violent South Sudanese politics.

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Jamila Afghani

Making Waves: Jamila Afghani

A profile of Afghan campaigner for women’s education and rights Jamila Afghani, who started by persuading the imams. Beena Nadeem talks to the unassuming trailblazer

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Clockwise from top left: Hargeisa, the capital of Somaliland; a young woman plays basketball at Socsa (Somaliland Culture and Sports Association); a woman selling gold from a stall in Hargeisa market sits behind a display case; Ahmed Yusuf Yasin the former vice-president of Somaliland; and a bride before her wedding sitting with her bridesmaids. Photos by Liba Taylor / Panos Pictures.

Country Profile: Somaliland

Political gatherings will be met with heavy-handed security from state-owned paramilitary groups; and the independence of civil society and media will be greatly restricted. Claire Elder reports on the status of Somaliland.

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Open Window - Begging for War

This month's cartoon by Vasco Gargalo from Portugal.

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 Illustration: Sarah John

Welcome to the jungle

Amy Booth goes to the back of beyond in Bolivia and hears of a surprising migration.

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Letters

Praise, blame and all points in between? Your feedback published in the October 2017 magazine.

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The robots are coming!

Modern technological advances are making it look like millions of us will be left twiddling our thumbs, writes Steve Parry

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A vigil is held in front of a statue of Confederate general Albert Pike in Washington, DC on 13 August 2017. Photo: Salwan Georges/The Washington Post/Getty Images

Down with America’s racist monuments

Taking down monuments to people who fought to defend slavery should not be controversial at all. Yet in the US today, it is, writes Mark Engler

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Reasons to be cheerful

Reasons to be cheerful

Army of Robins; Fossil fail; Mothers halt HIV

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Oregon trumps the Fed

Oregon trumps the Fed

The state of Oregon has expanded access to abortion, birth control and post-natal medical care for women, writes Amy Hall

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Nigeria: No slick deal

Nigeria: No slick deal

In the first case of its kind, a small Nigerian community is taking on oil giant Eni in the Italian courts. By Francesca Gater

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Only Planet - No need for violence

Cartoon by Marc Roberts

Marc Roberts October, 2017 506 Buy
Southern Exposure

Jean Paul Saint Fleur photographs two boys getting ready for carnival in southern Haiti.

Jean Paul Saint Fleur October, 2017 506 Buy
The persistence of patriarchy

Renowned US feminist Cynthia Enloe reveals how patriarchy is adapted and sustained by its adherents – knowledge which is essential to challenging it

Cynthia Enloe October, 2017 506 Buy
Big Bad World - Poverty Debate

Cartoon by P J Polyp

P J Polyp October, 2017 506 Buy
Worldbeaters: Sava Kiir Mayardit and Riek Machar

Richard Swift takes aim at Sava Kiir Mayardit and Riek Machar, once friends but now foes at the pinnacle of violent South Sudanese politics.

Richard Swift October, 2017 506 Buy
Making Waves: Jamila Afghani

A profile of Afghan campaigner for women’s education and rights Jamila Afghani, who started by persuading the imams. Beena Nadeem talks to the unassuming trailblazer

Beena Nadeem October, 2017 506 Read
Country Profile: Somaliland

Political gatherings will be met with heavy-handed security from state-owned paramilitary groups; and the independence of civil society and media will be greatly restricted. Claire Elder reports on the status of Somaliland.

Claire Elder October, 2017 506 Buy
Open Window - Begging for War

This month's cartoon by Vasco Gargalo from Portugal.

Vasco Gargalo October, 2017 506 Buy
Welcome to the jungle

Amy Booth goes to the back of beyond in Bolivia and hears of a surprising migration.

Amy Booth October, 2017 506 Buy
Letters

Praise, blame and all points in between? Your feedback published in the October 2017 magazine.

October, 2017 506 Read
The robots are coming!

Modern technological advances are making it look like millions of us will be left twiddling our thumbs, writes Steve Parry

Steve Parry October, 2017 506 Buy
Down with America’s racist monuments

Taking down monuments to people who fought to defend slavery should not be controversial at all. Yet in the US today, it is, writes Mark Engler

Mark Engler October, 2017 506 Buy
Reasons to be cheerful

Army of Robins; Fossil fail; Mothers halt HIV

October, 2017 506 Buy
Oregon trumps the Fed

The state of Oregon has expanded access to abortion, birth control and post-natal medical care for women, writes Amy Hall

Amy Hall October, 2017 506 Buy
Nigeria: No slick deal

In the first case of its kind, a small Nigerian community is taking on oil giant Eni in the Italian courts. By Francesca Gater

Francesca Gater October, 2017 506 Buy