NS Profile - Edmund Stoiber
By David Lawday - 16 September 13:00

This Bavarian doesn't wear feathered hats or swill beer. Germany's hard right candidate for chancell

Brits lead the workers of the world
By Robert Taylor - 09 September 13:00

John Monks, who will next year become the first Englishman to run the European Trade Union Confederation, is not the only British union leader performing on the world stage. More than half the international labour institutions are currently run by Brits.

The loneliness of a sceptical lefty
By Sholto Byrnes - 09 September 13:00

Observations on the euro in Hampstead

French letters
By Andrew Hussey - 02 September 13:00

Pornography has long enjoyed avant-garde respectability in France. So why is the left giving it such

Magnum bogus
By Richard Gott - 26 August 13:00

Why is the Foreign Office sponsoring an exhibition of photographs depicting eastern Europe? Richard

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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>

ISBN 0

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 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

Bismarck

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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