Brazil: The Other Half of the Orange
The orange juice supply chain is an index of the development dilemma in Brazil
For many years now, giant orange juice producers Cutrale, Citrosuco and Louis Dreyfus have...
British Sounds of Autumn… So Far
Why you won’t be able to turn off these new albums from British artists
The leaves are falling. The nights are getting longer. Christmas is around the corner. John...
This Is Why I Say Poverty Is Created
The UN’s Sustainable Development Goals do not question the role of human agendas and politics in the rise and spread of poverty
It has become a truism that the word “natural”...
The Pearl Button: Documenting the Shadow of Water and Tyranny
The political documentaries of acclaimed Chilean director Patricio Guzmán culminate in the latest trilogy which considers the majesty of nature against the violence of history
If Justin Trudeau Can Unite a Country As Big As Canada
Why Prime Minister Justin Trudeau needs to learn from the downfalls of Stephen Harper and the current electoral system
Canada woke up on October 20th to a strange brand...
The "Routine" of Gun-Control Discourse in America
Guns may have now caused enough harm to fire themselves to the top of the list of key issues in the 2016 election
On 1st October, nine people – eight students and an assistant...
Suffragette: It’s Time to Inspire Rage in the Women of Britain
New film by Sarah Gavron is deeply moving but gender inequality remains rife in a multitude of modern societies
I leave the film Suffragette drenched in tears with a whole...