Saddam is gone – but at what cost?
Time for the 44th president to prove he can be the heir to the 16th.
Mehdi Hasan v Richard Dawkins.
Long live the Arab Spring - despite the murmurs about Morsi’s “pharaonic” decree in Egypt and the Syrian bloodbath, I refuse to lose faith in the people of the Arab world.
If we want to preserve quality public-service broadcasting in Britain, we must defend the Beeb.
A response to the reaction to my most recent column.
In a year when Britishness is celebrated, the citizenship test makes a mockery of it.
Should we be worried by the Muslim Brotherhood’s victory in the Egyptian presidential election? Earlier this year, I interviewed Wael Ghonim, the young Google executive and anti-Mubarak activist who became the face of Egypt’s inspiring revolution back in January and February of 2011.
Iran Watch, part 9.
The Nobel economist is scathing in his criticism of the two Eds.
Does Dr Wafik Moustafa have an axe to grind against the Conservative Party chairman?
A new poll by YouGov contains some pretty bad news for the austerity junkies.
Breaking news! Right-wing pundits now admit that they underestimated Ed Miliband.
Expect violence and chaos if the Palestinian hunger strikers perish.
Defeat for Livingstone can't be pinned on Miliband. And victory for Boris Johnson can't be shared by
Iran Watch, part 8
A new YouGov poll shows just how bad the situation has become for the governing party.
...and, once again, it's from a Tory MP.
...and there's nothing wrong with saying "I told you so". But is anyone in government listening?
The former Met commander is defending a blood-stained Middle East tyranny.
Cameron's speech on Islam and democracy contains some glaring omissions.
Why did Bradford West fall to Respect and how bad it is for Labour?
The status quo is unsustainable and the argument for reform is overwhelming.
If it's going to be an American again, he's the best man for the job.
Forget the Budget.
...the Apple way versus the Labour Party way.
Iran Watch, part 6.