The WikiLeaks cables exposed government corruption, war crimes and human rights abuses.
“If it turns into a stand-off, Libya will become a cancerous cell”
A fine essay by John Stuart Mill, first published in 1859, offers keen insight.
Just a month before the 25th anniversary of the Chernobyl disaster, the explosions at the Fukushima nuclear plant in Japan have prompted large anti-nuclear protests in France, where 75.2 per cent of electricity is generated by
The Queen, the family of the actress Nicole Kidman, King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia and the media tyco
If we abandon nuclear power, prepare for catastrophic global warming.
As we mark 100 years of International Women’s Day, Natasha Walter argues that British feminism is sh
There is a lot more to the recent uprisings than just the knock-on effects of social media.
Jimmy Wales on neutrality, Tea Party “lunatics” and his plans for the next decade.
The political protests in Egypt have sent world stock markets falling and pushed up the oil price ag
Julian Assange became enemy number one by bringing truth to light. Yet WikiLeaks is unquelled, playi
“I had more power before but I’ve got more influence now”
“Guardians of women’s rights” in the British liberal press have rushed to condemn the WikiLeaks foun
How journalists help to promote war - and what can be done to stop it.
Fifa’s decision about the 2018 World Cup showed that it takes a new kind of guts to do business toda
Washington clamps down on the leader of WikiLeaks, spy paranoia in London, to Oldham for a by-electi
Two recent cases show the progress being made by stem-cell researchers – but their work is still und
Nothing for Europe to crow about.
The former rivals form a politically symbolic alliance over a shared problem: Afghanistan.
No more mediocrities for the post of secretary general would be a good start.
Not everyone is pleased Liu Xiaobo is this year's laureate