Paving the way for the Red Brigades
By John Lloyd - 19 August 13:00

The economy is failing, unemployment is up. No wonder Italians are losing patience with Silvio Berlu

The bumbling, moustachioed terrorists
By Helena Smith - 05 August 13:00

November 17 were part of Greek mythology: bold, daring and secretive, they eluded police for decades

Americans see us as subordinates
By John Lloyd - 05 August 13:00

Anti-European feeling is running high in America - among the left as well as the right, as John Lloy

No longer just the bank
By John Kampfner - 05 August 13:00

Europe may have been subsidising the Palestinian Authority, but it has played an insignificant role

A cloud hangs over the temple
By Helena Smith - 29 July 13:00

Athens is gearing up to host the Olympic Games - but that honour comes at a high price

Living la vida loca
By Peter Conrad - 22 July 13:00

Spain has always signified release, irresponsibility and sensuality to the composers of northern Eur

A subaltern or a general?
By John Lloyd - 22 July 13:00

European leaders are as uneasy as their citizens about their role vis-a-vis the US. Soon, they must

The sweet voice of reason
By Scott Lucas - 22 July 13:00

Joe Klein's mission is to kick sense into Europe. By <strong>Scott Lucas</strong> and <strong>Barbar

Power - but not to the people
By Nick Paton Walsh - 15 July 13:00

Russians pray that their neighbours pay their electricity bills: thanks to Soviet wiring, if one get

Don't let Tories and Trots crow
By Peter Hain - 08 July 13:00

Peter Hain argues that both sides need to mind their language if the Labour-union link is to be save

MPs enlarge their horizons
By John Kampfner - 08 July 13:00

Observations on freebies

The wild bunch
By Nicholas Fearn - 08 July 13:00

To Catch a Tartar: notes from the Caucasus

Chris Bird <em>John Murray, 315pp, £17.99</em>


Euro referendum 2003 - Who's Who
By Matthew Redhead - 17 June 13:00

At the helm

NO Lord Owen

The hand of history beckons
By John Kampfner - 17 June 13:00

One day next winter, the great moment will come: Gordon Brown will give the Treasury's verdict on th

The new Ireland kicks ass
By Patrick West - 17 June 13:00

The English now agonise about their identity, while the Irish, from Ryanair to the World Cup team, a

Victory or death
By Jan Morris - 17 June 13:00


David J Bercuson and Holger H Herwig <em>Hutchinson, 385pp, £18.99</em>

ISBN 0091795168

Right turn?
By John Lloyd - 17 June 13:00

Observations on politics

Tony Blair's surprising ally
By David Lawday - 17 June 13:00

Has the Third Way at last found a soulmate across the Channel? David Lawday reports from Paris

NS Essay - Fighting the spectre of the far right
By Godfrey Hodgson - 10 June 13:00

Populist politicians who hold government in contempt and raise the alarm about "outsiders" can be st

Left turn
By Neil Clark - 03 June 13:00

Observations on Hungary

Charlie Whelan says . . .
By Charlie Whelan - 27 May 13:00

Don't believe it - "Brown to push euro"

The laptop fascists
By John Gray - 27 May 13:00

Do not dismiss Europe's far-right parties as simply reactionary. They are all the more menacing beca

A dog's life in Greece
By Helena Smith - 27 May 13:00

Observations on Hellenic slaughter

From Russia with uplift
By Bill Angus - 20 May 13:00

The order came from Moscow via Amsterdam. But why did the customers want to pay £90,000 for a job th

Funny business abroad
By Stefan Stern - 20 May 13:00

Observations on the Euro debate

On the Parisian boulevards, the blood races
By David Lawday - 13 May 13:00

On the eve of his weird re-election as president of France, upending Jean-Marie Le Pen's Front National, Jacques Chirac publicly thanked millions of street demonstrators. Action in the street, said a grateful Chirac, had shown that "France will forever be France".

Cure for boredom
By John Kampfner - 13 May 13:00

Observations - Murder in Holland

The child-killer
By Richard Gott - 06 May 13:00

Magda Goebbels

Anja Klabunde, translated by Shaun Whiteside <em>Little, Brown, 367pp, £20</em>