By Jonathan Derbyshire - 18 April
Solomon Kugel, the protagonist of your debut novel, Hope: a Tragedy, is a Jewish New Yorker who has
By Mehdi Hasan - 18 April
You are the most senior elected woman in the Middle East. What does that feel like? Very nice but
Zac Goldsmith.
By Samira Shackle - 05 April
Why parliament is "dysfunctional"
Rani Moorthy.
By Samira Shackle - 05 April
What impact did the civil war and the subsequent defeat of the LTTE have on the Tamil diaspora
By new-statesman - 04 April
  You’re publishing a new edition of your book about the siege of Sarajevo
By Rafael Behr - 03 April
It is rare to find full-bodied enthusiasm for the European Union in British politics these days.
Alex Crawford.
By Samira Shackle - 03 April
You rode in to Tripoli last year with the advancing Libyan rebels. How did it feel? It was like
Simon Critchley
By Jonathan Derbyshire - 26 March
In your new book, The Faith of the Faithless, you reject the "raw choice" between
Kiran Bedi.
By Samira Shackle - 22 March
“My policing was nothing but activism".

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