81 Agony Uncle
A concerned parent confides in the Agony Uncle: is their daughter harbouring antisemitic views?
82 What if…
We all got paid the same? Vanessa Baird on a simple but bold measure to reverse roaring income inequality.
59 View from Brazil
After a court annulled all the sentences against him, Brazil’s ex-president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva is back in the running for the top job, writes Leonardo Sakamoto. Plus: Kate Evans’ Thoughts from a Broad 63 View from Africa
Nanjala Nyabola mourns the loss of Nairobi’s tree canopy and questions the expansion of cities. Plus: Polyp’s Big Bad World 73 View from India
Women experiencing violence from their partners need more than a helpline, says Nilanjana Bhowmick. Plus: Marc Roberts’ Only Planet
40 New Internationalist : the first 50 years – and the next Chris Brazier looks back over a career as a co-editor that stretches back to 1984, remembering highlights and dark moments from Nicaragua to Vietnam, South Africa to Western Sahara and Burkina Faso.
48 Beaten back
The vicious game of hounding out asylum-seekers in Europe continues in defiance of international law. Katie Dancey-Downs reports. 56 Fighting dispossession
Cape Town’s citizens’ groups are not taking housing injustice lying down, according to Ben Verghese and Ilham Rawoot.
60 Cresting the wave
Changiz M Varzi meets Mexican indigenous women artists who are defying convention.
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64 The Long Read When KFC came to Kenya
As Big Food spreads throughout the Global South using the tobacco playbook, Kabugi Mbae investigates the rise in obesity – and non-communicable diseases – in Kenya.
Artist Saif Osmani talks to Subi Shah about urban culture, gentrification and Brexit. 76 Book Reviews
Planet Palm by Jocelyn C Zuckerman; Speak, Okinawa by Elizabeth Miki Brina; China in One Village by Liang Hong; Havana Year Zero by Karla Suárez.
78 Film Reviews
First Cow directed and co-written by Kelly Reichardt; After Love directed and written by Aleem Khan.
79 Music Reviews
They’re Calling Me Home by Rhiannon Giddens; Big Science by Laurie Anderson.
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