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Illustration by Sarah John.

Colossus in the sun

Egypt’s rising food prices have hit the headlines. Maria Golia steps back and looks at how the process of provision itself is undergoing headlong change.

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Beijing Coma

Beijing Coma

Ma Jian has undertaken his most ambitious project yet; a sweeping panorama of China in the years before and after the Tiananmen Square massacre of 4 June 1989.

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Daniel Variations

Daniel Variations

Steve Reich’s tribute to murdered journalist Daniel Pearl

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Bloodshot Monochrome

Bloodshot Monochrome

A new collection of poems by one of Britain's most significant poets

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Photo: REUTERS

Bust! the gambling boom

David Ransom finds a likeness between the addictions of gambling and the speculative impulses of capitalism.

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Resist!

Anti-nuke action across the world

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Survivor: Nagasaki bomb victim Sumiteru Taniguchi looks at a photo of himself taken in 1945. His horrific burns have required 17 operations.

Nuclear weapons: a history

From the Manhattan Project and Hiroshima, to the Cold War, North Korea and beyond, nuclear fission has changed everything.

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Speaking truth to power: a protester makes her point before being bundled out of a US Senate hearing on the Iraq war.Photo: Jonathan Ernst / Reuters

Talking warheads

What are the West’s weapons actually for? asks Paul Rogers.

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Road block: the Spanish group covered themselves in paint before blockading the base.Photo: Co Nscien Tious Objection Movement

Trident tested

Activist Angie Zelter celebrates a year-long blockade of Britain’s weapons of mass destruction.

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Whoops!

Whoops!

Wayward warheads, mid-air collisions and dangerous detonations.

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Nuclear weapons - the facts

There are over 27,000 nuclear weapons in the world. Thousands are deployed on land, at sea and in the air, posing the constant threat of nuclear war and radioactive contamination.

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Illustration: Nick Purser

The bomb stops here

With nuclear weapons multiplying again, now is the time to seize the moment and ban them, argues Jess Worth.

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Polyp

Big Bad World

Cartoonist Polyp on an uninvited guest.

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Colossus in the sun

Egypt’s rising food prices have hit the headlines. Maria Golia steps back and looks at how the process of provision itself is undergoing headlong change.

Maria Golia June, 2008 412 Read
Fossil foolery

Fossil Fools Day

June, 2008 412 Read
Beijing Coma

Ma Jian has undertaken his most ambitious project yet; a sweeping panorama of China in the years before and after the Tiananmen Square massacre of 4 June 1989.

Peter Whittaker June, 2008 412 Read
Who is Harald?

Climate negotiations

Nicola Bullard June, 2008 412 Read
Daniel Variations

Steve Reich’s tribute to murdered journalist Daniel Pearl

Louise Gray June, 2008 412 Read
Bloodshot Monochrome

A new collection of poems by one of Britain's most significant poets

Vanessa Baird June, 2008 412 Read
Bust! the gambling boom

David Ransom finds a likeness between the addictions of gambling and the speculative impulses of capitalism.

David Ransom June, 2008 412 Read
Resist!

Anti-nuke action across the world

June, 2008 412 Read
Nuclear weapons: a history

From the Manhattan Project and Hiroshima, to the Cold War, North Korea and beyond, nuclear fission has changed everything.

New Internationalist Editorial June, 2008 412 Read
Talking warheads

What are the West’s weapons actually for? asks Paul Rogers.

Paul Rogers June, 2008 412 Read
Trident tested

Activist Angie Zelter celebrates a year-long blockade of Britain’s weapons of mass destruction.

Angie Zelter June, 2008 412 Read
Whoops!

Wayward warheads, mid-air collisions and dangerous detonations.

P J Polyp June, 2008 412 Read
Nuclear weapons - the facts

There are over 27,000 nuclear weapons in the world. Thousands are deployed on land, at sea and in the air, posing the constant threat of nuclear war and radioactive contamination.

June, 2008 412 Read
The bomb stops here

With nuclear weapons multiplying again, now is the time to seize the moment and ban them, argues Jess Worth.

Jess Worth June, 2008 412 Read
Big Bad World

Cartoonist Polyp on an uninvited guest.

Polyp December, 2007 407 Buy