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Country profile: Zambia

Mary Namakando digs out facts and ratings on one of Southern Africa's most politically stable countries and probes President Sata's grapple with corruption.

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Demonstrators get straight to the point in September this year, when protesting against the Defence & Security Equipment International arms fair that drew 1,300 arms companies to London this year to hawk their wares to buying delegations from around the world. sinister pictures/Demotix/Demotix/Press Association Images

The clout of the arms industry

The arms trade tends to have the government's ear. Why, wonders Dinyar Godrej, when it is so counter-productive?

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Christie Walk – green and welcoming.

Eco-city dreaming comes true

Brian Loffler on how some blue-skies thinking created a green inspiration.

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Just Do It: a film on climate activism

Just Do It: a film on climate activism

Sylvia Rowley catches up with exceptional filmmaker Emily James.

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Camioneta, a public bus in Guatemala City.

Driving gangs off Guatemala's buses

A new public transport system is designed to halt the terrorizing of drivers and their passengers, but residents fear the state is powerless against criminal gangs.

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Stopping the Juggernaut

Put environmental villains in the dock, says campaigner Polly Higgins.

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Wajeha al-Huwaider demands the right to drive.

From the edge

A gay Iraqi, a Jewish Iranian and a Saudi feminist tell their stories

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Fall-out in Kazakhstan

Fall-out in Kazakhstan

Fall-out from nuclear test zone still killing Kazakhs.

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Anarchy Alive!

Gordon is well-grounded in both anarchist theory and as an activist in Britain and his own country, Israel. He provides a useful examination of the movement in many ways at the heart of the resistance to contemporary war and globalization.

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Taxi

The simple – and brilliant – premise of Khaled Al Khamissi's Taxi is to bring together 58 short fictional dialogues with some of Cairo’s 80,000 cab drivers, drawn from his own extensive experience of taxi journeys through this polluted, turbulent city.

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A Bragg to fit all moods.

Mr Love & Justice

Bragg tempers the unfashionable humanity of his songs with a sad acknowledgement of current realities.

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Mariza: an incredible talent.

Mariza Box

For anyone interested in the past, present and future of this uniquely Portuguese melancholy, the Mariza Box is a handsome object containing Mariza’s three solo albums.

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Chocolate City

A wonderful documentary that tells the story of 400 families who were forced from their housing project in the shadow of Capitol Hill, Washington DC, by speculative development.

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Endurance, love and commitment in Killer of Sheep.

Killer of Sheep

A beautifully composed episodic study of Stan, a slaughterhouse worker, his family, friends and community.

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Couscous – a passionate, earthy film that straddles two cultures.

Couscous (La Graine et Le Mulet)

Kechiche, like Fatih Akin, the Turkish-German film-maker, shows us how the lives of migrants and their children straddle cultures, and, like Akin’s Head-On, Couscous is passionate and earthy.

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Country profile: Zambia

Mary Namakando digs out facts and ratings on one of Southern Africa's most politically stable countries and probes President Sata's grapple with corruption.

Mary Namakando April, 2012 451 Read
The clout of the arms industry

The arms trade tends to have the government's ear. Why, wonders Dinyar Godrej, when it is so counter-productive?

Dinyar Godrej December, 2011 448 Buy
Eco-city dreaming comes true

Brian Loffler on how some blue-skies thinking created a green inspiration.

Brian Loffler September, 2011 445 Read
Just Do It: a film on climate activism

Sylvia Rowley catches up with exceptional filmmaker Emily James.

Sylvia Rowley June, 2011 443 Buy
Driving gangs off Guatemala's buses

A new public transport system is designed to halt the terrorizing of drivers and their passengers, but residents fear the state is powerless against criminal gangs.

Anna-Claire Bevan June, 2011 443 Read
Stopping the Juggernaut

Put environmental villains in the dock, says campaigner Polly Higgins.

Polly Higgins November, 2010 437 Read
From the edge

A gay Iraqi, a Jewish Iranian and a Saudi feminist tell their stories

October, 2009 426 Read
Fall-out in Kazakhstan

Fall-out from nuclear test zone still killing Kazakhs.

Elmira Gabidullina January, 2009 419 Buy
Anarchy Alive!

Gordon is well-grounded in both anarchist theory and as an activist in Britain and his own country, Israel. He provides a useful examination of the movement in many ways at the heart of the resistance to contemporary war and globalization.

Richard Swift July, 2008 413 Buy
Taxi

The simple – and brilliant – premise of Khaled Al Khamissi's Taxi is to bring together 58 short fictional dialogues with some of Cairo’s 80,000 cab drivers, drawn from his own extensive experience of taxi journeys through this polluted, turbulent city.

Peter Whittaker July, 2008 413 Buy
Mr Love & Justice

Bragg tempers the unfashionable humanity of his songs with a sad acknowledgement of current realities.

Louise Gray July, 2008 413 Buy
Mariza Box

For anyone interested in the past, present and future of this uniquely Portuguese melancholy, the Mariza Box is a handsome object containing Mariza’s three solo albums.

Louise Gray July, 2008 413 Buy
Chocolate City

A wonderful documentary that tells the story of 400 families who were forced from their housing project in the shadow of Capitol Hill, Washington DC, by speculative development.

David Ransom July, 2008 413 Buy
Killer of Sheep

A beautifully composed episodic study of Stan, a slaughterhouse worker, his family, friends and community.

Malcolm Lewis July, 2008 413 Buy
Couscous (La Graine et Le Mulet)

Kechiche, like Fatih Akin, the Turkish-German film-maker, shows us how the lives of migrants and their children straddle cultures, and, like Akin’s Head-On, Couscous is passionate and earthy.

Malcolm Lewis July, 2008 413 Buy