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Ifriqiyya Electrique – Sufi trance traditions meet industrial fuzz.

Mixed Media: Music

Mogoya by Oumou Sangaré; The Ecstatic Music of Alice Coltrane Turiyasangitananda by Alice Coltrane Turiyasangitananda: our music reviews of the month.

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Closer to home than you think – textile industry exploitation in 
Rahul Jain’s eye-opening Machines.

Mixed Media: Films

Machines; The Other Side of Hope: what should be on your watchlist this month.

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And Finally: Mohsin Hamid

And Finally: Mohsin Hamid

The author of The Reluctant Fundamentalist talks to Graeme Green about extremism, the refugee crisis and feeling at home in the past.

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Only Planet - The Market

Marc Robert's monthly cartoon, from our June magazine.

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The dictator and his public: Kim Jong-un does the rounds.Photo: KCNA/Xinhua/Alamy Live News

Worldbeaters: The Kim Family

Kim Jong-un's headline grabbing aggressive irrationalism takes some beating (though he might have met his match in recent times...)

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Southern Exposure

Chandan Robert Rebeiro captures a budding Bangladeshi photographer.

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Photo: Goldman Environmental Prize

Making Waves: Rodrigue Mugaruka Katembo

He puts his life on the line to protect the Democratic Republic of Congo’s national parks. Veronique Mistiaen talks to the dedicated conservationist.

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Big Bad World - Post Truth Politics

Polyp's latest cartoon, from our June magazine.

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Clockwise from top right: The Great Mosque of Algiers, which will contain the world’s tallest minaret, is being constructed in Mohammedia, near the capital, while an older mosque looks on; Nabila Ounas and her son in their new, government-supplied apartment in Cite Kourifa, 20 miles from Algiers; a man walks past a mural commemorating the war of independence against France;  satellite dishes cling to the external wall of a tenement building called ‘Les Dunes’, said to be the longest building in Algiers; donkeys transport rubbish from the casbah in Algiers through the narrow streets.Photos by Andrew Testa / Panos Pictures

Country Profile: Algeria

Power rests in the hands of a corrupt military and political oligarchy that denies people the right to self-determination, reports Hamza Hamouchene.

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Scratchy Lines

Simon Kneebone's cartoon from our June magazine.

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Illustration: Sarah John

When the lake ran dry

Amy Booth visits a Bolivian isolated indigenous community fallen on hard times, striving to keep their culture alive

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Letters

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

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Photo: kidzania.com

Capitalism – the theme park

KidZania is an unashamed shrine to the sterile, dystopian human-made landscapes, Steve Parry writes.

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Trump and the Left may agree about TPP and NAFTA – but not for the same reason or with a shared vision for the future.Photo: Scott Audette/Reuters

The right way to rewrite NAFTA

What is an internationalist to make of Donald J Trump’s vow to blow up the North American Free Trade Agreement? Mark Engler asks.

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Mixed Media: Music

Mogoya by Oumou Sangaré; The Ecstatic Music of Alice Coltrane Turiyasangitananda by Alice Coltrane Turiyasangitananda: our music reviews of the month.

New Internationalist Editorial June, 2017 503 Read
Mixed Media: Films

Machines; The Other Side of Hope: what should be on your watchlist this month.

New Internationalist Editorial June, 2017 503 Read
And Finally: Mohsin Hamid

The author of The Reluctant Fundamentalist talks to Graeme Green about extremism, the refugee crisis and feeling at home in the past.

Graeme Green June, 2017 503 Read
Only Planet - The Market

Marc Robert's monthly cartoon, from our June magazine.

Marc Roberts June, 2017 503 Read
Worldbeaters: The Kim Family

Kim Jong-un's headline grabbing aggressive irrationalism takes some beating (though he might have met his match in recent times...)

New Internationalist Editorial June, 2017 503 Read
Southern Exposure

Chandan Robert Rebeiro captures a budding Bangladeshi photographer.

Chandan Robert Rebeiro June, 2017 503 Read
Making Waves: Rodrigue Mugaruka Katembo

He puts his life on the line to protect the Democratic Republic of Congo’s national parks. Veronique Mistiaen talks to the dedicated conservationist.

Veronique Mistiaen June, 2017 503 Read
Big Bad World - Post Truth Politics

Polyp's latest cartoon, from our June magazine.

P J Polyp June, 2017 503 Read
Open Window - Like Lemmings

Wissam Asaad from Syria.

Wissam Asaad June, 2017 503 Read
Country Profile: Algeria

Power rests in the hands of a corrupt military and political oligarchy that denies people the right to self-determination, reports Hamza Hamouchene.

Hamza Hamouchene June, 2017 503 Read
Scratchy Lines

Simon Kneebone's cartoon from our June magazine.

Simon Kneebone June, 2017 503 Read
When the lake ran dry

Amy Booth visits a Bolivian isolated indigenous community fallen on hard times, striving to keep their culture alive

Amy Booth June, 2017 503 Read
Letters

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

June, 2017 503 Read
Capitalism – the theme park

KidZania is an unashamed shrine to the sterile, dystopian human-made landscapes, Steve Parry writes.

Steve Parry June, 2017 503 Read
The right way to rewrite NAFTA

What is an internationalist to make of Donald J Trump’s vow to blow up the North American Free Trade Agreement? Mark Engler asks.

Mark Engler June, 2017 503 Read