Ritual drama around the murder of an Inca emperor, photographed in
a Peruvian mountain village by Malu Cabellos.
5 View from
The wonder - and the water - of Uruguay's first-ever Left election
victory. Eduardo Galeano celebrates.
Former opium farmers in Afghanistan sell their daughters to pay debts;
logging is tearing the Solomon Islands apart; Zimbabwe targets NGOs.
PLUS: Wordpower - The language of international relations.
PLUS: Speechmarks and Seriously
9 State of
The war on terror has provoked a global state of siege. Richard Swift
sees a spreading `occupation mentality' that may be visiting your
12 They are
watching you - a survey of how and where.
14 Be very
Sara Ahmed on the use and abuse of the selective fear mechanism.
Aziz Choudry charts the way security forces are using anti-terrorist
laws against the social justice movement.
World - THE FACTS
The terror crisis has brought strongarm rule back to Russia, as Fred
In Latin America the forces of order have gone freelance. Anastasia
MoLoney exposes the continent's social cleansing industry.
Jeremy Seabrook explains how the global economy is driving both rich
and poor into an insecure future.
26 An open
letter to George W Bush
Theodore Roszak has had enough.
A guide to resisting the forces of occupation.
The rising power in US foreign policy is an intellectual who is as
enthusiastic about Boer War history as he is about free trade. Meet
Robert B Zoellick.
MUSIC, BOOKS, FILM review
32 Big Bad
Polyp applauds the corporate response to the tsunami.
PLUS: NI Prize Crossword
Enough is enough! The Zvakwana campaign is leading the charge for
change in Zimbabwe.
- Avisual celebration of the life and work of Ken Sprague.
Profile - Marshall Islands