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Israel is ignoring a basic tenet of a democratic state, argues Raff Piccolo.
Mary Warren on the military coup and the struggle for control of the beleaguered Asian nation.
As the country continues to rise as a global power, encouraging younger generations to embrace an internationalist perspective is crucial, says Adriana De Queiroz.
Jamie Kelsey-Fry reflects on the movement that has united people around the world.
Nahla Mahmoud despairs at the Sudanese government’s failure to take the current unrest seriously.
No ifs, no buts, no legal aid cuts – proposed changes are provoking civil disobedience, reports Lydia James.
Democracy is within sight, Iris Gonzales is told, as she meets those who have reason to hope.
Jamie Kelsey-Fry argues that Britain is slowly becoming a country of activists as anti-austerity group challenges tax avoidance on the high street.
Kevin Rudd is back as Labor leader, pushing Prime Minister Julia Gillard out of the driving seat. Brian Loffler reflects on what this could mean for the Left.
As a supposed bastion of democracy, the US should support those who expose the truth, writes Mari Marcel Thekeakara.