Bread and roses
By Amanda Hopkinson - 03 May 13:00

A communist with a string of colourful lovers, Tina Modotti not only photographed the Mexican revolu

The workers take centre stage again
By Emily Mann - 03 May 13:00

Anti-globalisation protests have declined, but May Day isn't finished. It's simply gone back to its

World view - Lindsey Hilsum asks if we should intervene in Sudan
By Lindsey Hilsum - 03 May 13:00

Thousands of people have been killed and a million displaced in Darfur. So why does our government,

Politics - John Kampfner sees Blair's foreign policy collapse
By John Kampfner - 26 April 13:00

To make the case for Europe, the Prime Minister will have to show foresight and zeal, commodities th

On the defensive
By John Kampfner - 26 April 13:00

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Why Iraqis give thanks for Bush
By Orly Halpern - 26 April 13:00

In a country that was once divided, Shias and Sunnis are now as one, praying together for the first

On Europe, vote, vote and vote again
By Staff blogger - 26 April 13:00

The European Union has always been an elite project. This was so from its earliest postwar beginnings, when the rule of cool, rational technocrats seemed infinitely preferable to the hot-blooded mass movements led by Hitler and Mussolini.

Charlie Whelan says . . .
By Charlie Whelan - 26 April 13:00

Don't believe it -"Blair gambles on Europe referendum"

Appeasement: Should we strike a deal?
By John Gray - 26 April 13:00

When Spain announced it would pull its troops out of Iraq, it was accused of rewarding terrorism. Bu

We don't trust them an inch
By Kieron O'Hara - 26 April 13:00

Across the democratic world, governing elites are mistrusted, whatever their policies. Blair's decis

Don't let on about the truffles
By Viv Groskop - 26 April 13:00

Observations on Slovenia

The men of war
By Barbara Smith - 26 April 13:00

Barbara Smith judges that the chances for Arab-Israeli peace are as bleak as they have ever been. Ye

America - Andrew Stephen on the mercenaries in Iraq
By Andrew Stephen - 26 April 13:00

The US military now puts machine-guns into the hands of mercenaries, who could hardly have a more "m

Second-class allies
By John Kampfner - 19 April 13:00

In the ten countries that will soon accede, support for the EU has now given way to disillusion - no

Lindsey Hilsum - Each Iraqi is both pro- and anti-war
By Lindsey Hilsum - 19 April 13:00

The pro- and anti-war camps, polarised and strident in the US and Britain, are contained inside the

Bad image, getting worse
By Luminita Holden - 19 April 13:00

Observations on eastern European migrants

As the death toll rises, a region holds its breath
By Barbara Smith - 19 April 13:00

Iraq - Jordan fears a backlash against its support of America; Syria worries about economic sanction

Darcus Howe - hails a Caribbean genius
By Darcus Howe - 19 April 13:00

We Caribbean folk play cricket with joy, not with the imperial hauteur of the English

If the military brass knew their stuff, they'd whisper advice on Iraq: "Get out now"
By John Pilger - 19 April 13:00

Iraq - Invaders have ripped up the fabric of a nation that survived Saddam Hussein. This is a war of national liberation and that the enemy is "us".

Where pink shirts mark out the killers
By Jason Cowley - 19 April 13:00

Jason Cowley travels to Rwanda with Hilary Benn, the International Development Secretary, and finds

The business - Patrick Hosking hears Tollopian echoes in a tunnel
By Patrick Hosking - 19 April 13:00

Even "a drop of som'at hot", which served Anthony Trollope's fictional tycoon so well, may not be en

Do they really want to save the world?
By Staff blogger - 19 April 13:00

When politicians are serious about something - terror, drugs, crime, poverty, litter - they declare a war on it, and often appoint a tsar as well.

One man and his dogs
By Michael McMahon - 19 April 13:00

Michael McMahon sees at first hand the big problem for Georgia's president: his enemy's fierce canin

Andrew Stephen - Bush relaxes while soldiers die
By Andrew Stephen - 19 April 13:00

Iraq - George W Bush took five days' holiday at his Texas ranch while the rest of America was at wor

Panic on the beaches
By Peter Walker - 12 April 13:00

Fears that the Maori own New Zealand's seashore by law have rocked the Labour government

America - Andrew Stephen finds liberal talk radio not very funny
By Andrew Stephen - 12 April 13:00

The trouble with the new liberal talk-radio station is that it's not very funny. It's easier for rig

This man has been called Zimbabwe's Che Guevara. Did Mugabe have him murdered?
By Mark Olden - 12 April 13:00

In a divided land, Josiah Tongogara is a hero claimed by both sides. Mark Olden traces an inspiratio

Politics - John Kampfner learns of Tony Blair's nightmare
By John Kampfner - 12 April 13:00

Terrorism, race and asylum have combined to become the most potent mix in modern politics. But Blair

When men have lost their reason
By Colin Tudge - 12 April 13:00

Is the war on terrorism working? A scientific analysis suggests that it is not and that it has succe

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