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Between Us, We Cover the World
An ongoing series of article published in partnership with
Le Monde diplomatique
September 28, 2018
The Eco-Disastrous Salmon
Farmed salmon is Chile’s second-biggest export. Twice, it’s proved an environmental hazard.
September 4, 2018
Imran Khan, the Army’s Choice
Why did Pakistan’s all-powerful military back Imran Khan for prime minister? And will he do what it demands of him, or try to implement some of his own long-standing policies?
August 31, 2018
How Israel Spies on US Citizens
A never-shown Al Jazeera documentary on the pro-Israel lobby in the United States reveals possibly illegal Israeli spying on American citizens, and the lobby’s fear of a changing political mood.
August 3, 2018
How Evo Morales Stays in Power
Given the return of a neoliberal right across the region, Morales sees himself as Bolivia’s best defense against the counterrevolutionary trend in Latin America.
Hervé Do Alto
June 1, 2018
Africa’s Whistle-blowers: ‘All I Did Was Tell the Truth’
Those who denounce corruption face hardship and physical danger even when there’s a legal framework that should protect and guarantee them a fair hearing.
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April 2, 2018
Can Five Stars Govern Italy?
It lacks consistent policies, it contradicts itself in action, and its hands aren’t totally clean.
March 5, 2018
‘Its Painful to Experience Your Own Defeat’
Tahrir Square, seven years on.
February 8, 2018
No More Tuna for Japan’s Sushi?
Japan is the world’s biggest consumer of tuna. Fishermen on the island of Iki are challenging official policy so as to stop the decline of Pacific bluefin tuna stocks.
January 15, 2018
The Buzz Fades
Under-resourced in an overworked agricultural system, honeybee colonies are gradually failing in most temperate regions.
October 31, 2017
Striding So Fast on Quivering Springs
Turkmenistan’s political cult of the horse.