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Comment: Shoddy industrialisation and pursuit of cotton led to dry Aral Sea
Shoddy industrialisation and pursuit of cotton led to dry Aral Sea
Comment: Fred Frederikse takes a look at Kazakhstan
He divides it into three millispheres - Aral, Balkhash and Kazak.
Comment: Fred Frederikse looks at the millisphere of Sinai and Gaza
Sinai plus Gaza: a millisphere
'Green light district', one of Copenhagen's main tourist attractions
Their "green light district", became one of Copenhagen's main tourist attractions
Paeroa: Best little town in the middle of everywhere
Fred Frederikse casts his travel eye closer to home.
Progressive philosophies behind administration of northeast Syria
Fred Frederikse looks at the millisphere of Rojava.
Fred Frederikse: Exploring Victoria in a rented Holden
Fred Frederikse: In a rented Holden we explored Victoria.
Fred Frederikse: I was a foreigner in another's land
Australia should stop Kiwi deportations, which often separate families.
Much needed concert for cash-strapped musician's club
Precarious at the best of times, during lockdown, musicians' incomes disappeared.
Fred Frederikse: Friend sitting it out in a Covid-19 hotspot in Italy
Poor but stable, Adriatica is not one of Italy's tourism nodes.
Comment: 70 years on - China celebrates revolution
It's been seventy years since the People's Liberation Army (PLA) took control of China.
Fred Frederikse: The killer in Christchurch, it appears, was motivated by racism
Fred Frederikse on the Christchurch Mosque shootings
Fred Frederikse: I burn plastic ... and I'm not afraid to say so
Burning plastic: toxic, smelly, frowned upon ... but is it the way forward?
Fred Frederikse: Progressive star of Latin America
Uruguay now rates first in South America for democracy, peace and press freedom.
America's new embassy: An iron fist in a green glove
The new US embassy in London -- iron fist in a green glove
Fred Frederikse: 'Little Britain' thrives on unity
Co-operation and open borders secure unity of 'Little Britain'
Which wannabe Whanganui MP was a school lunch monitor?
Which wannabe Whanganui MP was a school lunch monitor
Fred Frederikse: Natural disaster gets helping hand from man
The Houston flooding disaster is a perfect storm of economics, population and land use.