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A manifesto for global justice Nick Dearden opens our special focus on development
Mythbuster: Neoliberal development Development myths have been elevated into ‘truths’ that explain the world. We take them apart
Southern rising What hope can we draw from the emerging powers in the global South? Vijay Prashad, Patrick Bond and Benny Kuruvilla
Liberation not looting Firoze Manji on the recent uprising in Burkina Faso
Essay: The death of international development Jason Hickel challenges aid and charity and argues for a focus instead on the structural drivers of poverty
Special anniversary supplement
To celebrate 20 years of Red Pepper we look back on its origins and the pick up the threads that can still be found in the magazine today.
Other articles look at possibilities for the Syriza government in Greece, the truth behind the attacks on mayor Lutfur Rahman in Tower Hamlets and the disappearance of student protesters in Mexico. We pay tribute to writer and activist Mike Marqusee with a range of contributions and a look back at his columns for Red Pepper.
Not only blonde Pop artist Pauline Boty deserves a place in art history, writes Danielle Child
Happy ending The romcom as we know it is dying – and it fills my feminist heart with joy, writes Jessie Thompson
Chamada: a call to all Tim Birch looks at an ‘interactive digital carnival installation’
Plus book reviews: Revolution, Drug War Capitalism, Ujamaa, Captive Revolution, Method and Madness.
Jeremy Hardy's column, regular features including Under the Radar and Temperature Gauge, and more.