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Citizens’ Assemblies are being promoted as the preferred democratic tool of a new generation of activists, Brett...

Botswana

Wame Molefhe profiles Botswana, where prosperity has morphed into corruption and...

Isaias Afwerki

We put the President of Eritrea’s track record – liberation fighter turned ruthless dictator – under the spotlight....

Members of the dissolved opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party inside a police vehicle in Phnom Penh.

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Prime Minister Hun Sen has dissolved newspapers and the opposition. Becky and Simon Kenton-Lake...

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Laura Basu on how media ownership is getting more concentrated – and what to do about it.

A screenshot from Lush’s spycops campaign

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Lush’s exposure of spycop wrongs will improve policing, Jenny Jones argues.

The Committees for the Defence of the Revolution blocked roads over Easter 2018

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How the Committees for the Defence of the Republic are fighting for democracy in Catalonia. Luke Stobart...

Public Ownership

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After decades of neglect, the mood is turning. Dinyar Godrej on the fightback against privatization.

Liz McDaid and Makoma Lekalakaka in front of the country’s only nuclear power station – Koeberg.

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Makoma Lekalakala and Liz McDaid won the Goldman Environmental Prize for stopping a secret nuclear deal...

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A global social movement is rising. It is open, participatory and public, writes Jamie Kelsey-Fry.

The leaders of Russia and Hungary, Vladimir Putin and Viktor Orbán

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Has Putin exported ‘managed democracy’ to Hungary? Madeline Roache examines Orbán’s...

Opposition candidate Fabricio Alvarado from the National Restoration Party. Photo: Gustavo Fuchs

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Right-wing Fabricio Alvarado may have lost, but his party’s rise remains worrying, writes Gustavo Fuchs.

A Rohingya refugee takes a moment’s pause, shortly after arriving in a makeshift camp at Teknaf, Bangladesh, last September. She is one of over 670,000 people to have fled over the border from Myanmar since August 2017.

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Parsa Sanjana Sajid speaks to Rohingya refugees trapped on the Bangladeshi border.

Russian president Vladimir Putin during a meeting with Russia Today’s leadership.

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This will give Putin another excuse for a media crackdown, argues Madeline Roache.

Paraguay

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Paraguay’s land activists are under attack. Toby Hill profiles the...

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To wipe out mass starvation we must engage with the politics that drive it, argues Alex de Waal...

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