Published to celebrate thirty years of the New Internationalist magazine. With a broad, international circulation, the magazine is as popular as ever with readers who value its independent coverage of world affairs, evocative first-person essays, and hard-hitting exposés. This collection of the most influential pieces of writing is more than a retrospective. It shows how ideas once considered marginal have become self-evident, and it reflects the evolution of the tide of resistance to corporate-led globalization.
It comprises sixty articles, including “The Baby Food Tragedy,” “Lethal Lies—The Arms Trade,” “Please do not Sponsor this Child,” and “Iraq: The Pride and the Pain.”