NI542 - A World to Win - March/April 2023
As New Internationalist turns 50, we’ve set our sights on 2073 – what kind of world do we hope to see when we hit our centenary? And what are the pathways to get there?
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At the heart of most struggles for justice is the desire for a better world – immediately, and for future generations. That second part can be the most challenging; we don’t just need solutions – we need the courage to imagine they will succeed, and the collective will to make them happen.
This edition offers glimpses of that future and makes the case not just for the world’s existence in 2073, when New Internationalist turns 100, but also for a world worth fighting for.
Elsewhere in this magazine, the Right’s attempt to rewrite history in India, the Kurdish feminist revolution and is Ron DeSantis the next Trump? Also, we look back to New Internationalist’s prescient edition on Global Warming in 1990 with a piece from the archive.
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