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Global South news and analysis from The Nation
June 2, 2017
Trump Threatens to Rescind Obama’s Cuba Engagement—and Activists Fight Back
The advocacy community now includes travel agencies, airline and agricultural companies, and a growing number of politicians.
May 25, 2017
What Happens to a Country When So Many of Its Workers Migrate?
About a third of Nepal’s GDP comes from remittances sent back from overseas.
May 16, 2017
How China Is Building the Post-Western World
Beijing’s Belt and Road project may be the largest single infrastructure program in human history.
April 24, 2017
It Has Been Four Years Since the Rana Plaza Factory Collapse—How Much Has Changed?
Bangladesh’s textile workers still struggle for fair pay, safe working conditions, and, most importantly, a voice on the job.
March 21, 2017
NCAA Players Should Strike at the Final Four
They have the power to force a change, but only if they refuse to be pawns in someone else’s game.
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March 10, 2017
Why Doesn’t the United Nations Pay Its Interns?
The institution sets the benchmark for progressive values around the world—except when it comes to unpaid labor.
February 28, 2017
Trump’s Budget Proposal Is an Attack on the Working Class
Trump’s vision to make America great again would actually eviscerate the already disintegrating social safety net.
February 2, 2017
How the US Tests Out Some of Its Most Oppressive Domestic Policies on the World
From reproductive rights to incarceration, the rest of the globe has been a laboratory for some of our country’s worst policies.
February 1, 2017
The Passing of Dom Paulo, Cardinal Arns, a Liberation Theology Titan
He stood up courageously against Brazil’s dictatorship and supported the “preferential option for the poor.”
January 25, 2017
Yes, Trump’s Against Free Trade. That Doesn’t Mean He’s For Good Jobs.
What would a progressive alternative to the TPP and NAFTA actually entail?