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New Renaissance Magazine puts you on top of the trends which are shaping our future. Each quarterly issue contains articles by the world's most forward-looking thinkers and doers who present cutting-edge views in the fields of ecology, economics, education, politics, science, spirituality, health, and the arts.

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1990

V1N1-Restoring Balance to the Earth's Ecosystem; Third World Agriculture: A Proutist Approach; Ananda Nagar: Eco Society of the Future; Sold out
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V1N2-America at the Brink of Economic Collapse?; Prout: a Third Path to Development; Capitalism and environmental protection; Peter Brook's Mahabharata; Sakharov, the great humanist; What is yoga?


V1N4-Master Units: Nuclei of a New Society; Education for the Real World by Henrik Skolimowski; Who Was P.R. Sarkar?; Which Way for South Africa? Renaissance in Education; Neo-Magna Carta for Universal Human Rights.

1991

V2N1-Global Transformation in the 1990s and Beyond by Sohail Inayatullah; Poland's Bitter Taste of Capitalism; A new concept of Progress by Ravi Batra; Probing the secrets of the mind; South Africa: a Proutist solution.



V2N2-Save the Forests, Save the Planet by Herbert Girardet; Interview with Arne Naess; Yugoslavia at the Crossroads; Polish Agriculture's Uncertain Future; Animal Experiments and the pharmaceutical industry; Meditation, Expanding human potential; Aroma Therapy.

V2N3-The Urban Imagination-Towards the Eco-City; The Mid-East's Untold Story; What Third World Debt? Exploitation and Pseudo-culture; A Look at Acupuncture; P.R. Sarkar's Concept of Ideal Government; G7 and the Third World by Jonothon Porritt; Somalia, a nation in turmoil.


1992

V3N1-A New Perception of Reality by Alan Mayne; Cutting Down Brazil; An Unconventional View of the Future by Sohail Inayatullah; The Science of Microvita; Renaissance in all strata of existence.

V3N2-Rethinking Science; The Causes of Tropical Deforestation; Yugoslavia, putting together the pieces; Animal Protection in Eastern Europe; Environment and Development; Astaunga Yoga


V3N3-Self-Reliant Regional Development; The Future of the World System; Comment and insight into tribal life; Stopping Tropical Deforestation; Micronesia's nuclear nomads; A new view of evolution; Why vegetarianism? The Dubious Rewards of Consumption.

1993-1994

V4N1- Neo-Humanism: Educating the Whole Person
 Clinging to the Earth as an Ecological Prayer by H.Skolimowski; Traditional, Modern and Post-Modern Societies; Making our cities compatible with the living world by Herbert Girardet; Multiculturalism and its implications; Native Peoples of the Russian Far North; Computing and Consciousness; Uniting Science and Spirituality; Whence Eco-Music.


V4N2 - Art for Humanity
Beauty, the face of the soul by Thomas Moore; Multiculturalism and the arts by Cy Grant; Holistic Revolution in the Arts; Creativity and Intuition; Television, just say "No"; The chorus of humanity; Post-command economies and the global economic crisis; Animal welfare in the Ukraine; Ending entropy, a new model for environmental education.

V4N3 - World Government: Is it Possible?
The Case for Energy Efficiency, Minorities in Central and Eastern Europe, Why Condemn Whaling, Trade for Local Self-Reliance, Global Governance: a historical survey, Thoughts on World Government, The Mandala as Ecological Prayer (sold out)

1995

V5N1 - The Economics of Cooperation
Kibbutzim in Israel, Cooperative Economics: an interview with Jaroslav Vanek, North Korea, Economic Democracy, Why I Hate Passports and Visas, Human Rights in Croatia, The Pursuit of Virtual Happiness.

V5N2 - The Silence of the Lambs
The Silence of the Lambs; inhumane practises of the British Sheep Industry, The Surprising Yields of Urban Agriculture, Living With Structural Adjustment in Africa, Stop a bullet--Save an Ape, How Cruel are Human beings, A Return to Value Based Economics, The Maya of Guatemala, The World's Children--commentary on UNICEF's annual report, A Happening at the Reichstag.

V5N3 - Crime and Correction
Seven Ways to Fix the Criminal Justice System; Turning Prisons into Ashrams, Committing Crime to Fight a Crime, What is Justice,' The Bankruptcy of Classical Economics, Internet and the South, The Plight of Captive Elephants.

1996

V6N1 - Overcoming Racism
Healing Racism by Dr. Abiola Ougunsola; One Human Society by P.R.Sarkar; The Meaning of Politics in a Spiritual Perspective by Henryk Skolimowski; What Can We Do to Unite Humanity by Ac.Pranakrsnananda; What do we mean by "Race" Anyway? by Gregory Stephens; Europe and Africa by Sika Valery Small; Thus I Was Convinced by Mari Boine Persen; Racism in Children's Resources by Nandini Mane; Knowing Your Place - Racism in Music by George Luke; Computing's Holy War by Cary Lu.

V6N2 - Farming the Future
Towards a Sustainable Agriculture by Steve Diver; Forest Gardens by Robert A de J Hart; Grow Your Own Home by Kirby Fry; Camphill Communities by Gerrit Impens; Animals in Agriculture by Joanne Bower; The Agrarian Revolution by P.R. Sarkar; Animal Rights in Eastern Europe by Ian Gottstein; Fur Farming in Finland by Mia Salli; Enigma in Motion by Louise Petts. (sold out)

V6N3 - Holistic Education: Preparing for the the 21st Century
The Quest For Truth: Redefining Education; Imagination and Education; Transpersonal Education; Multiculturalism and Education; Women and Holistic Education; Appropriate Education for the Third World; World Brain and Higher Education; Our Children's Visions of the Future; Early Childhood Education; Bigger Does Not Mean Better; An interview with drummer Dodo Sosoka; The Future of Mars: Science Fact and Fiction. (sold out)

1997

V7N1 - Rethinking History to Create New Futures
Let History Be Rewritten by P.R. Sarkar; The Chalice or the Blade by Riane Eisler; Partnership, Domination and Spirituality by David Loye; Ethnic Conflicts: Enactment of a Universal Drama by Johan Galtung; Dreamtime Myth: History as Future by Paul Wildman; The History of Disability by Jane Clapton and Jennifer Fitzgerald; The Dynamics of History by Sohail Inayatullah; The Greening of the Kibbutz by John Martin Bang; Global Work as if People Mattered; Can we Measure Progress?; Loggers Threaten Mexican Indians; Poems by Sparrow; Picasso Reviewed.

V7N2 - The Challenges of Globalization
From Chaos to Coherence; Global Authoritarian Regimes; Global Transformation; Looking Back from the 21st Century by Hazel Henderson; Mexico's Zapatistas; Sustainable Development in Cyprus

V7N3 - What is Spirituality
Meditation and Social Service; Eternal Truths for a Better Life; Longing for the Great; Ken Wilber's Path to Transformational Futures; An Interview with David Korten; Spirituality and Social Justice.

V7N4 - Community Economic Development
Community Futures and Localism; Putting the Heart Back in Local Economies by Guy Dauncey; A Vision for 21st Century Communities; Towards a Politics of the Heart; Recovering the Core Values of Community; Ethical Physics and Communities; Self-Sufficient Socio-Economic Units; Envisioning Ecotopia; Interview with Donovan

1998-1999

V8N1 - Art for Humanity
Art and Spirituality; Redefining Artistic Practice; The Nature of Beauty; Art and Islamic ; The Seers of Truth; In Beauty We Are United; The Art of Georgia O'Keefe; Reclaiming the Spirit; The State of the Arts in England; Oceans Without Fish; The Asian Depression; Love pays the Rent (A Tribute to Sonny Bono) 

V8N2 - Silence and Communication 
The Power of Silence, Exclusion and Communication in the Information Age; Media: The End of Silence; Reclaiming Silence; Inside Silence; Divine Talk Show Hosts: a look at Channeling; The Return of Brian Wilson 

V8N3 - Education for Transformation
Education, Foresight and Global Citizenship; Education for social Transformation; Treating Children as Equals; Y2K; Notes on Language; Jewel of Consciousness; Ojibwa Tea; Global Calming

V8N4- The New Élan
Artistry and the Experience of Joy at Work; It Doesn't Count Unless Everybody is Doing It; The Élan Vital and Self Evolution; Élan at Work; Dorothy and the Ruby Shoe Company; Élan and Rural Development; A Passion for the Possible; Barbie Around the World; Healthy Human Growth; Fractal Art; The Art of Great Truths by Henryk Skolimowski; Living an Open Life 

V9N1- Beyond Capitalism 

V9N2- Women and Spirituality 

2000

V9N3- Future Visions 

V9N4-Youth Matters 

V10N1-Secrets of the Mind 

2001

V10N2-Science and Spirituality 

V10N3-Beyond Human Rights 

V10N4 Moving to the Global Village

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