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Clockwise from top left: A bird flies over Nepal’s capital, Kathmandu, with the snow-capped Himalayas in the background; stars emerge over Taumadhi Square in Bhaktapur, one of the three historic city states, which is now in the process of being absorbed into Greater Kathmandu; Rajina Tamang lifts her five-month-old baby girl Devi Yani into the air amid the rubble – all that remains of Kuni village in Dhading District following the April 2015 earthquake, which left more than a thousand villagers homeless; Kuni’s villagers queue to be seen by a Médecins Sans Frontières medical team; back in the capital, the Annapurna temple stands behind a fruit vendor in Ason Tol.Photos: Brian Sokol / Panos Pictures.

Country Profile: Nepal

After the 2015 earthquake, foreign governments and organizations pledged $4.1 billion in gifts and loans, but funds are yet to be disbursed, reports Fiona Broom.

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Illustration: Sarah John

'Over my dead body'

Bolivian democracy was won from the clutches of dictators. Amy Booth meets a frontline participant in the struggle.

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Letters

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

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Photo: Matthew Cherchio/Alamy Stock Photo

Boosting the backlash against Trump

Progressives have to try to maximize the liberatory potential of a growing discontent, says Mark Engler.

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Photo: CK Tse under a CC Licence

Reasons to be cheerful

Muppets welcome Julia; Facebook pays up; Human rivers

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Climate 1, aviation 0 in Austria

Climate 1, aviation 0 in Austria

The expansion of Austria’s biggest airport has been blocked because of concerns about climate change, writes Amy Hall.

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France approves historic law

France approves historic law

The law requires parent and subcontracting companies to be responsible across the whole manufacturing supply chain, reports Amy Hall.

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Sweet solidarity in Tunisia

Sweet solidarity in Tunisia

The experience of the people of the Oasis of Jemna is a beacon of hope in the context of neoliberal and counter-revolutionary policies, writes Hamza Hamouchene.

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Our words: trainee monks read Tibetan holy texts.Photo: Free Tibet

In defence of Tibet's mother tongue

Tibetan faces rapid urbanization, dwindling numbers of native speakers, and the even greater threat of Chinese policies, writes Sam Wylde.

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Photo: Reuters/Alamy Stock Photo

Introducing Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed

The former New York municipal employee became president of the problem-plagued Federal Republic of Somalia.

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Dirty banking in Europe

Dirty banking in Europe

The European Central Bank (ECB) is pumping billions into the economy, resulting in a massive subsidy for oil and gas business and highway construction and car production companies.

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Kashmir's pashmina woes

Kashmir's pashmina woes

Machine manufacturing of Pashmina scarves has saturated the market, leaving artisans without hope of a secure future, writes Nathalie Olah.

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Country Profile: Nepal

After the 2015 earthquake, foreign governments and organizations pledged $4.1 billion in gifts and loans, but funds are yet to be disbursed, reports Fiona Broom.

Fiona Broom May, 2017 502 Buy
Scratchy Lines - New World Disorder

Cartoon by Simon Kneebone

Simon Kneebone May, 2017 502 Buy
'Over my dead body'

Bolivian democracy was won from the clutches of dictators. Amy Booth meets a frontline participant in the struggle.

Amy Booth May, 2017 502 Buy
Letters

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

May, 2017 502 Read
Boosting the backlash against Trump

Progressives have to try to maximize the liberatory potential of a growing discontent, says Mark Engler.

Mark Engler May, 2017 502 Buy
Reasons to be cheerful

Muppets welcome Julia; Facebook pays up; Human rivers

May, 2017 502 Buy
CNN shamed by Ghanaians

Kofi Yeboah May, 2017 502 Buy
Progress interrupted in Burma

Tina Burrett May, 2017 502 Buy
Climate 1, aviation 0 in Austria

The expansion of Austria’s biggest airport has been blocked because of concerns about climate change, writes Amy Hall.

Amy Hall May, 2017 502 Buy
France approves historic law

The law requires parent and subcontracting companies to be responsible across the whole manufacturing supply chain, reports Amy Hall.

Amy Hall May, 2017 502 Buy
Sweet solidarity in Tunisia

The experience of the people of the Oasis of Jemna is a beacon of hope in the context of neoliberal and counter-revolutionary policies, writes Hamza Hamouchene.

Hamza Hamouchene May, 2017 502 Buy
In defence of Tibet's mother tongue

Tibetan faces rapid urbanization, dwindling numbers of native speakers, and the even greater threat of Chinese policies, writes Sam Wylde.

Sam Wylde May, 2017 502 Buy
Introducing Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed

The former New York municipal employee became president of the problem-plagued Federal Republic of Somalia.

Richard Swift May, 2017 502 Buy
Dirty banking in Europe

The European Central Bank (ECB) is pumping billions into the economy, resulting in a massive subsidy for oil and gas business and highway construction and car production companies.

Kenneth Haar May, 2017 502 Buy
Kashmir's pashmina woes

Machine manufacturing of Pashmina scarves has saturated the market, leaving artisans without hope of a secure future, writes Nathalie Olah.

Nathalie Olah May, 2017 502 Buy