Tom Wall finds potential protesters already being harassed as police prepare for the G8 summit
The murders in Lebanon and Somalia show that wars we thought we could forget are still simmering awa
Newly released papers show the extent of the warnings to Bush before 9/11
Howard Dean, unlike Clinton and Kerry, doesn't wait for focus groups to tell him what to do - he jus
Iran - Should we fear Iran? Experience has taught its people that war is expensive in both human and
In a diaspora, there is no such thing as privacy. Everyone knows everyone else's business, whose fat
Iran - Iran is not some ill-sorted colonial confection like Iraq with 80 years on the clock. This pr
Iran - Frances Harrison, the BBC's new woman in Tehran, finds it a complicated city where eyeshadow
The most encouraging thing about the latest handshake between the leaders of Israel and Palestine is that it took place on the shores of the Red Sea and not on the White House lawn. There was not an American "mediator" in sight.
Iran - Washington is confused about Iran, with many analysts doubting military action is do-able. Th
I feared that I had become a stooge. Embedded with the British forces, I came to Basra to report on
The task facing pro-Europeans is bleaker than at any other time in Tony Blair's two terms. So risky
Guantanamo was a legal black hole, says the director of public prosecutions, but he sticks up for Be
If academia were truly free-thinking, it would accept that the possibility of innate differences bet
During the cold war, the developed nations lent willingly to Africa. No worries then about how corrupt dictators might misuse the money or line their own pockets: the US gave millions to the notorious Mobutu regime in Zaire.
Stuart Dunn finds that, after 15 years of charging tuition fees, New Zealand faces a brain drain
Don't believe it - "Britain to reject European constitution"
EU laws affect us all, but it's the corporate lobbyists who have the biggest influence on them. Thei
Observations on Turkish Kurds
Australia, once the land of the "fair go", has collaborated with Guantanamo more closely than any other nation.
Apartheid, not the ruling regime, brought race into South African cricket
The first democratic elections in Iraq's history ought to be an occasion for celebration, arousing the same emotions as the first such in South Africa.
Iraq elections - Two-thirds of Arabs are under 25, and they are better educated than ever. History s
It is supposed to be the Iraqis' chance to decide their destiny, but what if a new Shia-led governme
Iraq elections - The principles of the Bush administration are elastic. The future of Iran and Iraq