New Statesman

The slums are either a socially cohesive neighborhoods or a major problem -- depending on who you are. This exploration into the slums of Manila show the disconnect between the people and the government about the slums and their future.
Aug 18, 2011   New Statesman
<p>For the New Statesman's Andrew Stephen, last month's power failure in Washington D.C. exemplified the deterioration of America's infrastructure, which he likens to conditions he found in the dying days of the Soviet Union.</p>
Jul 10, 2008   New Statesman
<p>The city council in Oxford, England, is considering replacing what's left of its local businesses and public spaces with city-revenue-generating corporate chains and retail outlets.</p>
Dec 5, 2006   New Statesman
This column from the UK's <em>New Statesman</em> bemoans the drab similarity of English towns. A report concludes that 42% of the nation's town's are essentially 'clones'.
Sep 24, 2006   New Statesman
Recent popular literature and movies have focused on megacities in developing nations. Do they symbolize the international city of the 21st century?
Mar 28, 2006   New Statesman