The case of Arigona Zogaj
By Alexander Van der Bellen - 24 October 12:57

How the case of a 15-year-old Kosovan girl facing deportation from Austria caused a national outcry

Rioting within the Box
By Claire Provost - 23 October 13:21

Last week’s arts highlights pushed the boundaries, but kept us within our comfort zone, observes Cla

All is not tranquil in Switzerland
By Joy Charnley and Malcolm Pender - 23 October 12:51

Switzerland's election battle was marked by distortion and xenophobia. For now rightwing populism is

'There was no Armenian genocide'
By Orhan Tung - 23 October 11:04

The Turkish Embassy's Orhan Tung responds to the <a href="http://www.newstatesman.com/200710120004">

Labour's myopic vision
By Douglas Parr - 22 October 13:06

Aggressive land-grabs, backed up by a looming military threat, will not bring energy security, write

The 'desecration' of Cyprus
By Brian Coleman - 22 October 12:34

Brian Coleman on Northern Cyprus, the treatment of Orthodox churches and why the government promotes

Race and intelligence
By Steven Rose - 19 October 14:49

In an interview with the Sunday Times, scientist James Watson suggested that race determines intelli

Even Blacker Monday?
By Michael Collins - 19 October 14:12

Despite its severity, the 1987 crash had a relatively mild impact on the real economy. But what abou

Labour veteran slates 'open door' immigration
By Frank Field - 18 October 18:27

The economic benefit of immigration is miniscule compared to the cost argues Frank Field as he lays

Let's give the Eurosceptics a referendum
By Michael Moore - 18 October 17:14

Lib Dem foreign affairs spokesman Michael Moore argues it is time to take the fight to the Euroscept

EU Reform Treaty 'good for Britain'
By Jim Murphy - 18 October 16:27

Europe Minister Jim Murphy explains his take on the Lisbon summit while Lib Dem <a href="/2007101800

Burning love
By Joanna Fiduccia - 18 October 13:00

<strong>Fire in the Blood</strong>

Irène Némirovsky <em>Chatto & Windus, 153pp, £12.99</em>

The exit beckons for Britain
By Charles Grant - 18 October 13:00

A bigger danger lurks for Brown if he doesn't make the case for the EU treaty.

Guaranteed to give you shivers
By Ryan Gilbey - 18 October 13:00

Cronenberg, the master of disgust, delivers a flawed but subversive thriller

<strong>Eastern Prom

Into the mix
By Amit Chaudhuri - 18 October 13:00

Embarking on a music project, Amit Chaudhuri was determined to avoid tired clichés about east and we

The sixth man
By Francis Beckett - 18 October 13:00

Was Paddy Costello a key member of the most notorious Soviet spy network of the 1950s - or was he fr

Time for a big party
By Guy Dinmore - 18 October 13:00

Observations on Italy

The Christian struggle with homosexuality
By Martin Reynolds - 16 October 11:21

The Lesbian and Gay Christian Movement's Martin Reynolds on a TV sting to 'out' a prominent Vatican

Time to recognise the Armenian genocide
By Vahe Gabrielyan - 12 October 17:03

The Armenian ambassador to Britain on why he believes, nearly a century on, Turkey should admit to a

We’re good workers
By Jo Barrett - 11 October 13:00

Jo Barrett hears the stories of a few of Britain’s Polish visitors

Oh brother
By Roger Boyes - 11 October 13:00

Our special focus on Poland with analysis of politics and society. Plus over here <a href="/20071011

An environmental utopia - up to a point
By Mark Lynas - 11 October 13:00

We downtrodden Brits often look enviously at Scandinavian countries as models of genteel social demo

Secret history
By Simon Broughton - 11 October 1:00

The roots of Portuguese fado in militant, working-class Lisbon were airbrushed by a fascist regime

A life devoted to children
By Jonathan Dawson - 05 October 13:48

Jonathan Dawson reports on the Russian eco-village who have made it their mission to look after orph

A man of distinction
By David Smyth - 04 October 13:00

After more than 40 years of experimentation, Robert Wyatt's unique sound is more accessible than eve

The woman in white
By Daniel Stacey - 04 October 13:00

Observations on the Ukrainian elections

Streets of shame
By Sholto Byrnes - 04 October 13:00

Once called "the Paris of the east", Bucharest still bears the scars of dictatorship

Lost in a century
By Alice O'Keeffe - 27 September 13:00

Manu Chao's catchy, multilingual pop tunes became the soundtrack to the anti-globalisation movement.

Northern lights
By Lucy Beresford - 27 September 13:00

<strong>At the Edge of Light</strong>

Maria Peura, trans David Hackston <em>Maia Press, 240pp, £8

Sister act
By Martin Bright - 27 September 13:00

The Mitford sisters always claimed to be mystified by the attention they received. But they were ski

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