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John McCain

Presidential hopeful John McCain gets the treatment

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Big Bad World - Bush

Polyp takes the pen to G W Bush

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Illustration: Sarah John

A hold-up at the bank

Maria Golia tackles taboos about money in Cairo.

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The iconic photograph of Hector Pieterson, fatally injured in the Soweto uprising.Photo: Sam Nzima

Court in the act

Apartheid accomplices Coca-Cola, Barclays, BP et al are heading for court

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Photo: The Marlborough Express

A kick in the balls

New Zealand intelligence gathering or US & NATO spy satellite?

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Inside China’s prisons

It’s difficult to know for sure how many political prisoners there currently are in China, but it’s safe to say that there are thousands of them.

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Riot act: a Haitian street vendor surveys the damage after food riots in Port-au-Prince, April 2008.Photo: Eduardo Munoz / Reuters

Starved by the system

The companies making a killing from the food crisis

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Helping themselves and each other: Orissan women meet in an open forum.Photo: Marianne Lemvig, DanChurchAid

Cyclone survival

Women in Orissa, India, have ways of dealing with calamity

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As if poetry mattered

Poems that confront human challenges – an international selection.

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ACTION!

To save Yasuní, the oil must stay in the ground.

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Will Yasuní – and its great ceibo trees – fall prey to greenhouse gangsters?Photo: yasunigreengold.org / Mauro Burzio

Costing the earth

Adam Ma’anit navigates the snakepits of global carbon trading in the context of Yasuní.

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John McCain

Presidential hopeful John McCain gets the treatment

July, 2008 413 Buy
Big Bad World - Bush

Polyp takes the pen to G W Bush

P J Polyp July, 2008 413 Buy
A hold-up at the bank

Maria Golia tackles taboos about money in Cairo.

Maria Golia July, 2008 413 Buy
The language of elections

by Mitchell & Richardson

Mitchell & Richardson July, 2008 413 Buy
Oz broadcaster goes the whole hog on eco guilt-tripping

Planet Slayer - how much do you suck?

July, 2008 413 Buy
Benito Mussolini (1883-1945)

A speechmark on fascism

Benito Mussolini July, 2008 413 Buy
Court in the act

Apartheid accomplices Coca-Cola, Barclays, BP et al are heading for court

Jo Lateu July, 2008 413 Buy
A kick in the balls

New Zealand intelligence gathering or US & NATO spy satellite?

July, 2008 413 Buy
Inside China’s prisons

It’s difficult to know for sure how many political prisoners there currently are in China, but it’s safe to say that there are thousands of them.

July, 2008 413 Buy
Starved by the system

The companies making a killing from the food crisis

GRAIN www.grain.org July, 2008 413 Buy
Planktos wiped out

Planktos – RIP

July, 2008 413 Buy
Cyclone survival

Women in Orissa, India, have ways of dealing with calamity

Manipadma Jena July, 2008 413 Buy
As if poetry mattered

Poems that confront human challenges – an international selection.

July, 2008 413 Buy
ACTION!

To save Yasuní, the oil must stay in the ground.

July, 2008 413 Buy
Costing the earth

Adam Ma’anit navigates the snakepits of global carbon trading in the context of Yasuní.

Adam Ma'anit July, 2008 413 Buy