Out there in the Gulf, our boys can't phone either their lawyers or their therapists
The temptation for those who have always opposed war in Iraq is to hope that when the bombing starts - as it must very soon - it all goes badly wrong.
There is nothing to lose but the chains of political correctness. Neil Clark, unashamedly old Labour
At the UN, Angola's vote is courted by the west. But should it not belong in the axis of evil?
The Bush administration has made up its mind: there will be a short, devastating war, after which Am
Tony Blair sees himself as a leader of steely resolution, but he was so rattled by the anti-war marc
After heavy snow and big anti-war protests, Bush has lost PR momentum. So expect him to demand a UN
What did I do to stop World War III? Risked my posture and my nipples
Once, refugees were just scroungers. Now, they are also terrorists and plague carriers. As war appro
Observations on dictatorships
The left opposes the war for the wrong reasons. Bush is not a dumb hick who wants to fight the Iraqi
Lindsey Hilsum finds some curious visitors on the streets of Baghdad
The UN Charter does not justify an invasion
A Modest Proposal For Preventing Torturers in Liberal Democracies From Being Abused, and For Recogni
With the protests limited to Hollywood bigmouths such as Barbra Streisand and Sean Penn, no wonder t
The anti-war movement, argues John Lloyd, is guilty of the worst kind of moral equivalence, equating
Observations on alternatives to war
Could anybody have imagined, a year ago, that we would now be so close to war with Iraq?
London and Washington insist the Iraqi dictator has weapons of mass destruction. If so, war planners
Observations on protest in Europe
It's not true that most Iraqi exiles want a war. Who would want 3,000 missiles raining down on their
Observations on the World Social Forum
Television - Andrew Billen on how the BBC's funny man made a better case for war than Blair
Not one member of the government stands to lose a son in this war. My brother does
The lineage of the paper's great editor David Astor is undermined by its negligence today.
Idealism and vision have returned to America. Why, ask some, should the Arab world, with a US-led dr
I am 29 years old, born and bred in Aldershot, Hampshire. I have lived in England all my life with no criminal record. I have qualifications as a mental health nurse and I have just finished a course on teaching English as a foreign language.
Claire Messud on the lessons of Algeria, home to many of those recently arrested as suspected terror