Agenda Making the news this month
8 International Women’s Day special
– reports from India, Africa and Gaza.
12 Choppy waters – exploitation of
Western Sahara’s fish stocks.
13 Nuclear sell-out – villagers stand firm against the Indian government.
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Analysis Special feature: Global economic crisis 14 The Great Rebellion The Great Recession may have stunned the Minority
World, but the Majority World has survived more or less unscathed. David Ransom investigates why, and traces the outlines of a future that might just be worth having.
21 Bomb drops on Indian countryside India may be one of the world’s current economic
‘winners’ but inequality is its fastest-growing sector, reveals Jaideep Hardikar.
22 2010: the year of defiance From Egypt to Romania, Colombia to China, resistance to ‘austerity’ has been raging around the world.
24 Silent Majority World no more How have ordinary citizens in Latin America, Africa and
Asia experienced the global financial crisis?
26 Action Join the Great Rebellion!
Also in Analysis 28 Challenging the politics of paranoia Cartoonist Polyp explores conspiracy theories and finds them not just dotty but dangerous.
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