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Benny Wenda holds the Morning Star flag – the symbol of a free West Papua.Photo Free west Papua

Freedom in sight for West Papua?

Mass mobilizations in support of a referendum have grown in West Papu, writes Jess Worth.

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The dictionary of deceit

New Internationalist dissects the language of high finance with low motives.

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France’s Nuit Debout movement hits the streets in Rennes to protest against a range of social injustices, including tax evasion by the rich and powerful.Photo: ABACA/PA Images

Fox in charge of the hen house

Alain Deneault explains how states legalize tax fraud.

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When tax gets paid in something as tangible as rice (as it is here in Thaton, Burma) it is much harder to dissimulate ownership and blur the amount owed. But in a globalized post-industrial economy the rich and powerful are much better placed to avoid paying their share and even being self-righteous about it.Photo: James Strachan / Robert Harding

Whose money is it anyway?

Dan Hind explodes the self-righteous excuses of tax cheats.

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The dissimulation game

Tax avoidance is a worldwide system involving many destinations and layers of financial manipulation. We chart a few of the strands to show who wins and who loses.

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An oil spill clean-up in the community of Nueva Alianza, in Peru’s northern Amazon region.Photo: Barbara Fraser

The damage done

Tax avoidance has its most pernicious effects in the Global South. Stephanie Boyd reports from Peru.

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Floating on top of the world – a well-heeled client enjoys himself in the infinity pool of the luxurious Marina Bay Sands hotel overlooking Singapore’sfinancial district (where discretion isguaranteed).Photo: Paolo woods & Gabriele Galimberti/INSTITUTE

Tax cheating, easy living

Josh Eisen and Richard Swift tour the offshore world to find out why governments are drowning in debt.

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Abacca Anjain-Maddison holds a photo of her uncle, John Anjain, the mayor of Rongelap, which was irradiated  by the 1954 Bravo H-bomb.Photo: Bruno Sorrentino and John Pilger

Bikini was just the beginning, bombs still threaten the islanders

John Pilger visits the Marshall Islands and its bomb survivors, still blighted by US nuclear weapons.

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Preparing for conflict: guided-missile destroyer USS McCampbell patrolling in the South China Sea earlier this year.Photo: US Navy

The coming war on China

A major US military build-up – including nuclear weapons – is under way in Asia and the Pacific with the purpose of confronting China. John Pilger raises the alarm on an under-reported and dangerous provocation.

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Fidel Castro speaks during a visit to Luanda, Angola in March, 1984.Photo: © REUTERS/Prensa Latina

'Fidel Castro is not dead'

Vanessa Baird reports on activist reaction to the passing of the world's great internationalist.

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Donald Trump speaks at a campaign event in 2016.Photo: Gage Skidmore under a Creative Commons Licence

Trump victory signals wakeup call

The world woke today shocked that Trump won the US Presidential elections. Now is a time for deep reflection, writes Chris Spannos, who also explains why he can relate to Trump voters.

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Mixed Media: Books

The Story of a Brief Marriage, Talking To My Country The History Thieves and others reviewed in this month's New Internationalist magazine.

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Kefaya – internationalists to the core.

Mixed Media: Music

Hologram Ĭmparatorluğu (Hologram Empire) by Gaye Su Akyol and Radio International by Kefaya.

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I, Daniel Blake is Ken Loach at his best.

Mixed Media: Films

I, Daniel Blake, directed by Ken Loach; The Innocents, directed and co-written by Anne Fontaine.

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Photo: Michal Iwanowski

And finally... Gwenno

Welsh musician and dancer Gwenno Saunders speaks to Amy Hall about her cultural influences, minority languages and singing in Welsh and Cornish on her debut solo album ‘Y Dydd Olaf’.

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Article title Description Author Published Magazine Link
Freedom in sight for West Papua?

Mass mobilizations in support of a referendum have grown in West Papu, writes Jess Worth.

Jess Worth December, 2016 498 Read
The dictionary of deceit

New Internationalist dissects the language of high finance with low motives.

New Internationalist Editorial December, 2016 498 Read
Fox in charge of the hen house

Alain Deneault explains how states legalize tax fraud.

Alain Deneault December, 2016 498 Read
Whose money is it anyway?

Dan Hind explodes the self-righteous excuses of tax cheats.

Dan Hind December, 2016 498 Read
The dissimulation game

Tax avoidance is a worldwide system involving many destinations and layers of financial manipulation. We chart a few of the strands to show who wins and who loses.

New Internationalist Editorial December, 2016 498 Read
The damage done

Tax avoidance has its most pernicious effects in the Global South. Stephanie Boyd reports from Peru.

Stephanie Boyd December, 2016 498 Read
Tax cheating, easy living

Josh Eisen and Richard Swift tour the offshore world to find out why governments are drowning in debt.

Josh Eisen, Richard Swift December, 2016 498 Read
Bikini was just the beginning, bombs still threaten the islanders

John Pilger visits the Marshall Islands and its bomb survivors, still blighted by US nuclear weapons.

John Pilger December, 2016 498 Read
The coming war on China

A major US military build-up – including nuclear weapons – is under way in Asia and the Pacific with the purpose of confronting China. John Pilger raises the alarm on an under-reported and dangerous provocation.

John Pilger December, 2016 498 Read
'Fidel Castro is not dead'

Vanessa Baird reports on activist reaction to the passing of the world's great internationalist.

Vanessa Baird November, 2016 498 Read
Trump victory signals wakeup call

The world woke today shocked that Trump won the US Presidential elections. Now is a time for deep reflection, writes Chris Spannos, who also explains why he can relate to Trump voters.

Chris Spannos November, 2016 497 Read
Mixed Media: Books

The Story of a Brief Marriage, Talking To My Country The History Thieves and others reviewed in this month's New Internationalist magazine.

New Internationalist Editorial November, 2016 497 Buy
Mixed Media: Music

Hologram Ĭmparatorluğu (Hologram Empire) by Gaye Su Akyol and Radio International by Kefaya.

New Internationalist Editorial November, 2016 497 Buy
Mixed Media: Films

I, Daniel Blake, directed by Ken Loach; The Innocents, directed and co-written by Anne Fontaine.

New Internationalist Editorial November, 2016 497 Buy
And finally... Gwenno

Welsh musician and dancer Gwenno Saunders speaks to Amy Hall about her cultural influences, minority languages and singing in Welsh and Cornish on her debut solo album ‘Y Dydd Olaf’.

Amy Hall November, 2016 497 Buy