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Stormy, vibrant, paradoxical times

As the New Internationalist embarks on its great, democratic, community shares experiment, Vanessa Baird explores the contradictions of today’s media landscape.

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Paroxysm: Robin Roy, a fervent Donald Trump supporter, eyeballs her idol. 
This image was clicked during Trump’s presidential campaign, but Roy’s enthusiasm has not wavered now that he holds office.Photo: Brian Snyder/Reuters

The will of the people

Hardliners are thriving on popular disenchantment with politics. Dinyar Godrej on the challenge they pose.

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New Internationalist invites readers to become co-owners in £500k campaign

We are reviewing our ownership model to become a community-owned cooperative, and are launching a £500k share offer today – the largest of its kind by a media organization globally.

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Mixed Media: Book reviews

Under the Almond Tree by Laura McVeigh; Position Doubtful by Kim Mahood; Radicalized by Peter R Neumann; Swallowing Mercury by Wioletta Greg.

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La Mambanegra – a break salsa band that will burn the house down.

Mixed Media: Music reviews

El Callegüeso y su Mala Maña by La Mambanegra; Luyando by Mokoomba.

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Absorbing, interconnected stories in Kelly Reichardt’s Certain Women.

Mixed media: film reviews

Certain Women, directed by Kelly Reichardt; Elle, directed by Paul Verhoeven; Moonlight, directed by Barry Jenkins.

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A word with Kati Hiekkapelto

The Finnish crime writer and punk singer talks to Jo Lateu about the rise of rightwing populism, the importance of identity, and the embrace of the natural world.

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Worldbeaters: Michel Temer

Brazil’s oldest president – and architect of his predecessor’s downfall – is put under the spotlight.

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Clockwise from top left: Children play in the street outside the ruined Italian Cathedral in Mogadishu; two young women paddle in the Indian Ocean for only the second time in their lives; new recruits training for the National Army of Somalia in the Ministry of Defence compound; President Hassan talks to the press over a bench loaded with swordfish at the opening of a new fish-processing factory.Photos: Petterik Wiggers

Country Profile: Somalia

Somalia today is more like a political marketplace than a modern nation-state, writes Claire Elder.

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Illustration: Sarah John.

Water fights in a time of scarcity: the Bolivian Carnaval

Playing with water is controversial in a place with a history of water struggles like Cochabamba, writes Amy Booth.

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Letters

Thoughts and opinions from our readers.

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Stormy, vibrant, paradoxical times

As the New Internationalist embarks on its great, democratic, community shares experiment, Vanessa Baird explores the contradictions of today’s media landscape.

Vanessa Baird April, 2017 501 Buy
The will of the people

Hardliners are thriving on popular disenchantment with politics. Dinyar Godrej on the challenge they pose.

Dinyar Godrej April, 2017 501 Buy
New Internationalist invites readers to become co-owners in £500k campaign

We are reviewing our ownership model to become a community-owned cooperative, and are launching a £500k share offer today – the largest of its kind by a media organization globally.

New Internationalist Editorial March, 2017 500 Read
Mixed Media: Book reviews

Under the Almond Tree by Laura McVeigh; Position Doubtful by Kim Mahood; Radicalized by Peter R Neumann; Swallowing Mercury by Wioletta Greg.

New Internationalist Editorial March, 2017 500 Buy
Mixed Media: Music reviews

El Callegüeso y su Mala Maña by La Mambanegra; Luyando by Mokoomba.

New Internationalist Editorial March, 2017 500 Buy
Mixed media: film reviews

Certain Women, directed by Kelly Reichardt; Elle, directed by Paul Verhoeven; Moonlight, directed by Barry Jenkins.

New Internationalist Editorial March, 2017 500 Buy
A word with Kati Hiekkapelto

The Finnish crime writer and punk singer talks to Jo Lateu about the rise of rightwing populism, the importance of identity, and the embrace of the natural world.

Jo Lateu March, 2017 500 Buy
Only Planet - Hail

Cartoon by Marc Roberts.

Marc Roberts March, 2017 500 Buy
Big Bad World - Trump

Cartoon by P J Polyp

P J Polyp March, 2017 500 Buy
Worldbeaters: Michel Temer

Brazil’s oldest president – and architect of his predecessor’s downfall – is put under the spotlight.

New Internationalist Editorial March, 2017 500 Buy
Open Window - Rehearsals

by Victor Ndula from Kenya

Victor Ndula March, 2017 500 Buy
Country Profile: Somalia

Somalia today is more like a political marketplace than a modern nation-state, writes Claire Elder.

Claire Elder March, 2017 500 Buy
Scratchy Lines

by Simon Kneebone.

Simon Kneebone March, 2017 500 Buy
Water fights in a time of scarcity: the Bolivian Carnaval

Playing with water is controversial in a place with a history of water struggles like Cochabamba, writes Amy Booth.

Amy Booth March, 2017 500 Buy
Letters

Thoughts and opinions from our readers.

March, 2017 500 Read