America - Andrew Stephen asks when Bush will lie again
By Andrew Stephen - 28 April 13:00

Notwithstanding some anxious mutterings, the issue of whether weapons of mass destruction will now b

NS Profile - Switzerland
By Frances Stonor Saunders - 28 April 13:00

T S Eliot wept here, while Thomas Mann wrote a novel about a man with a hacking cough. A good place

The Brits really are superior
By Richard Dowden - 28 April 13:00

Richard Dowden explains why the American forces, which operate like the German army and gear everyth

Hero of the shanty towns
By Grace Livingstone - 28 April 13:00

Grace Livingstone in Venezuela finds that, while the liberal middle class has deserted Chavez, the p

The global backlash
By Paul Kingsnorth - 28 April 13:00

You think you know this story. You don't. In a journey from Soweto to Papua to Mexico, Paul Kingsnor

Our strange friends in the south
By Richard Dowden - 21 April 13:00

Only four African countries supported the war, and their leaders all have a taste for invading their

The road to Damascus
By John Kampfner - 21 April 13:00

In Doha, the message is relentless: all of a sudden, the problem is Syria and the man who took tea w

Now here is a man we can talk to
By Annette MacKenzie - 21 April 13:00

Why do we hear so little nowadays about Gaddafi? He was once the biggest rogue of all. Annette MacKe

Too much grief and death
By Lindsey Hilsum - 21 April 13:00

Lindsey Hilsum, in her Baghdad diary of the last days of the war, records how one terror succeeded a

A bunch of cocktail-swilling foreigners
By Andrew Stephen - 21 April 13:00

The United Nations is viewed with contempt in the US and only one role is envisaged for it: as a rub

Marooned in mid-Atlantic
By Robin Cook - 21 April 13:00

Robin Cook argues that the PM must restore Britain's place in Europe by keeping his distance from Bu

The aid agencies fear collateral damage
By Gideon Burrows - 21 April 13:00

The aid agencies fear collateral damage

Unfit for the burdens of empire
By John Gray - 21 April 13:00

An extension of the war would suit Bush nicely because it would distract attention from economic pro

And now, the next American war
By Andrew Stephen - 14 April 13:00

Just when you thought the horizon was cloudless, a new conflict is coming to a head. The Pentagon ha

How war coverage blanks out the past
By David Edwards and David Cromwell - 14 April 13:00

How war coverage blanks out the past

John Pilger on Iraq: a crime against humanity
By John Pilger - 14 April 13:00

They have blown off the limbs of women and the scalps of children. Their victims overwhelm the morgue.

The world watched in horror
By Staff blogger - 14 April 13:00

At last there is joy on the streets of Baghdad and, although it is impossible to know what proportion of the Iraqi population unreservedly welcome the invaders, nobody should for a moment regret the demise of Saddam Hussein.

The strange case of the dangerous detergent
By Justin Webster - 14 April 13:00

Whatever happened to the 16 alleged terrorists that Spain seized in January? Justin Webster reports

''Our fate is bleak''

As they watch bombs fall upon their homeland, Britain's Iraqi exiles tell May Abdalla, Adrian Cornel

Tangled in the neoconservative web
By John Kampfner - 07 April 13:00

Talk about the axis of evil is back with a vengeance, hopes for the Middle East road map are recedin

NS Special Report - 'For Somalis, their trust in British law is about - and this is their word - being ''civilised'', meaning treated with respect'
By Alex McBride - 07 April 13:00

Somali immigrants in London have imported their own system of sharia justice. Alex McBride reports o

Washington diary - The strange ingratitude of Eye-raq
By Andrew Stephen - 07 April 13:00

From the realpolitik of CYA (covering your ass) to the DC mayor's advice for Fido, America remains j

Strange bedfellows
By Nick Cohen - 07 April 13:00

How many of those who marched against the war realised that the protest organiser is an apologist fo

When is a civilian not a civilian?
By Lindsey Hilsum - 07 April 13:00

Iraq's leaders say all the people will defend the homeland. So is anybody a fair target?

Among the sickly donkeys, another war brews
By Robin Pagnamenta - 07 April 13:00

Among the sickly donkeys, another war brews

We killed Iraqis? It's so normal, why even discuss it?
By David Edwards and David Cromwell - 07 April 13:00

We killed Iraqis? It's so normal, why even discuss it?

Forever free
By John Kampfner - 07 April 13:00

Made in Texas: George W Bush and the southern takeover of American politics

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The missiles that miss
By Paul Moorcraft - 07 April 13:00

Who is to blame when weapons rain down on shopping centres killing women and children? Paul Moorcraf

Blame China for the killer virus
By Salil Tripathi - 07 April 13:00

The spread of a lethal disease shows the dangers of closed societies that cover up bad news

Charity begins in Swindon
By Gideon Burrows - 31 March 13:00

What happens to all the money donated to Nicaragua, that favourite middle-class cause? Gideon Burrow

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