Vanity publishing
By Becky Hogge - 10 July 13:00

Becky Hogge admits that, in her head, she is the Paris Hilton of the internet

Sense of superiority
By Marek Kohn - 03 July 13:00

<strong>Broken Genius: the rise and fall of William Shockley, creator of the electronic age

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Before the next attack
By Bruce Ackerman - 03 July 13:00

After every terrorist attack, governments respond with ever more repressive laws, tearing up civil l

Social services
By Becky Hogge - 03 July 13:00

People, not machines, are the lifeblood of the information society

Changing the rules*
By Sadakat Kadri - 03 July 13:00

Do you have the right to make an exhibition of yourself? Will your fourth of July party "glorify ter

A long look
By Richard Reeves - 03 July 13:00

The state must help people put money aside for the future

Mr Wilson's Irish question
By Mary Holland - 03 July 13:00

<strong>Taken from the <em>New Statesman</em> archive, 6 December 1974.</strong>

Two weeks after t

Welcome to Los Alamos
By Brian Cathcart - 03 July 13:00

Observations on nuclear

The writing cure
By Hanif Kureishi - 26 June 13:00

<strong>Freud's Requiem: mourning, memory and the invisible history of a summer walk</strong>

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Objects of veneration
By Edward Skidelsky - 26 June 13:00

Edward Skidelsky finds that aesthetic appreciation is a surprisingly modern idea

Ministers no speaky nothing
By Martin Bright - 26 June 13:00

Why does the government insist on following the ideas of a country which provides a terrifying model

Not Marx, Hazlitt
By Robert Taylor - 26 June 13:00

Observations on Blair's inspirations

Six months to save Labour
By Nick Cohen - 26 June 13:00

The government looks doomed, and it may even be heading for its own May 1997-style catastrophe. If

The hardness of water
By Jeremy Bugler - 26 June 13:00

<strong>Taken from the <em>New Statesman</em> archive, 23 July 1976.</strong>

The bound volumes of

Who's the twerp and who writes twaddle?
By Peter Wilby - 26 June 13:00

How rapidly the press marginalises subjects such as the brutality of British colonialism and puts th

The making of a Jew
By William Cook - 26 June 13:00

Sigmund Freud's cultural identity was central to the man and his work, finds William Cook

The war that will never be won
By Rodric Braithwaite - 26 June 13:00

There is no such thing as a humanitarian intervention: if you invade a country you will always kill

The triumph of the east
By Niall Ferguson - 26 June 13:00

It is a commonplace that the past hundred years saw the ascent of the west, even that it was the "Am

The Chaos Point
By Staff blogger - 26 June 13:00

The NS guide to The Chaos Point

Fighting for e-freedom
By Becky Hogge - 26 June 13:00

Digital rights are human rights for the web age. Let's make them sexy, argues Becky Hogge

The New Statesman Media Lecture
By Andy Duncan - 26 June 13:00

Maximising public value in the "now" media world. By Andy Duncan, Chief executive, Channel 4

My socialist dream
By Robert Taylor - 19 June 13:00

Time was when Tony Blair espoused radical causes. Robert Taylor reveals the romanticism in a hidden

Who needs Hollywood?
By Becky Hogge - 19 June 13:00

Internet chatrooms are a fertile resource for film-makers

Nazis who clung on
By Richard Gott - 19 June 13:00

Observations on Germany

Beyond good and evil
By John Gray - 19 June 13:00

The neo-cons' favourite philosophy had a distinctly seamy side, finds John Gray

Old school tie lives on
By Francis Beckett - 19 June 13:00

Observations on inequality

Can America go green?
By Elizabeth Kolbert - 19 June 13:00

Why are Americans so sceptical about global warming? Possibly because they really don't want to do a

Where idealism and pragmatism meet
By Neal Lawson - 19 June 13:00

Time was when Tony Blair espoused radical causes. Neal Lawson says utopianism is alive and well

NS Interview - Chomsky
By Andrew Stephen - 19 June 13:00

The <em>New York Times</em> calls him "arguably the most important intellectual alive", yet he has n

White noise
By Tim Adams - 12 June 13:00

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