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Clockwise from top left: FSLN supporters celebrate the 37th anniversary of the Sandinista revolution on 19 July 2016; fruits and vegetables grow well in Nicaragua’s tropical climate; despite harsh criticism, Rosario Murillo’s ‘trees of life’ (see main story) have multiplied over the past three years; separating rice grains from chaff is often children’s job in indigenous communities; Miskito people use artisanal methods to extract gold from rivers and mountains on the Caribbean coast.Photos: top left, Alex McDougall; all others Mira Galanova.

Country profile: Nicaragua

Mira Galanova uncovers a country at a crossroads.

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Illustration by Sarah John

Letter from Cochabamba

Working children have more pressing concerns than the law, discovers Amy Booth.

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Open Window - A little extreme

Open Window - A little extreme

Shouldn't we have learnt from the past? A cartoon by Dom Nelson from Australia.

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Letters

Thoughts and opinions from our readers.

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Photo: Brian D. Bumby/Alamy Stock Photo

Trump can be beaten because he is the Establishment

We must respond with a genuine vision for ending the corrupt politics of privilege, writes Mark Engler.

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Beware philanthrocapitalism

Beware philanthrocapitalism

Why it isn't necessarily an unmitigated boon for the poor.

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Trudeau Trumped

Trudeau Trumped

Richard Swift considers the Trump effect on Canada's prime minister.

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The downside to electric cars

The downside to electric cars

They may be good for the environment, but not for those mining the cobalt needed to manufacture their batteries, writes Neil Thompson.

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Relatives mourn a person killed by Manila police for alleged drug involvement.Photo: Jes Aznar

Duterte's bloody war continues apace

Iris Gonzales reflects on the Philippine president's controversial war on drugs.

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Bitter grapes sweeten in South Africa

Bitter grapes sweeten in South Africa

Peter Kenworthy on a striking success for wine workers.

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Punished for pacifism

Punished for pacifism

Giedre Steikunaite reports on problems for pacfists in Europe.

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Water bankruptcy looms in Iran

Water bankruptcy looms in Iran

Lydia Noon reports on an escalating crisis.

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Country profile: Nicaragua

Mira Galanova uncovers a country at a crossroads.

Mira Galanova January, 2017 499 Read
Scratchy Lines - Making a difference?

The latest cartoon from Simon Kneebone.

Simon Kneebone January, 2017 499 Read
Letter from Cochabamba

Working children have more pressing concerns than the law, discovers Amy Booth.

Amy Booth January, 2017 499 Read
Open Window - A little extreme

Shouldn't we have learnt from the past? A cartoon by Dom Nelson from Australia.

Dom Nelson January, 2017 499 Read
Letters

Thoughts and opinions from our readers.

New Internationalist Editorial January, 2017 499 Read
Trump can be beaten because he is the Establishment

We must respond with a genuine vision for ending the corrupt politics of privilege, writes Mark Engler.

Mark Engler January, 2017 499 Read
Reasons to be cheerful

Good news stories this month.

New Internationalist Editorial January, 2017 499 Read
Beware philanthrocapitalism

Why it isn't necessarily an unmitigated boon for the poor.

New Internationalist Editorial January, 2017 499 Read
Trudeau Trumped

Richard Swift considers the Trump effect on Canada's prime minister.

Richard Swift January, 2017 499 Read
The downside to electric cars

They may be good for the environment, but not for those mining the cobalt needed to manufacture their batteries, writes Neil Thompson.

Neil Thompson January, 2017 499 Read
Duterte's bloody war continues apace

Iris Gonzales reflects on the Philippine president's controversial war on drugs.

Iris Cecilia Gonzales January, 2017 499 Read
Bitter grapes sweeten in South Africa

Peter Kenworthy on a striking success for wine workers.

Peter Kenworthy January, 2017 499 Read
Re-introducing Abdelilah Benkirane

Richard Swift on the Moroccan leader.

Richard Swift January, 2017 499 Read
Punished for pacifism

Giedre Steikunaite reports on problems for pacfists in Europe.

Giedre Steikunaite January, 2017 499 Read
Water bankruptcy looms in Iran

Lydia Noon reports on an escalating crisis.

Lydia Noon January, 2017 499 Read