By Ai Weiwei - 25 October 14:10
China's architecture has transformed over the past decade, but at what cost?
By John Pilger - 25 October 11:39
Gillard has returned Australia to its historic relationship with Washington, similar to that of an eastern European satellite with Moscow.
By Samira Shackle - 25 October 11:31
The shooting of the brave child activist Malala Yousafzai by a Taliban hitman shocked Pakistan. But politicians there are less keen to confront the state’s own role in sustaining extremists.
By Ed Smith - 25 October 10:49
But if I’m honest, I can’t tell you where that conviction comes from.
By Nicholas Wapshott - 25 October 8:52
If Obama can maintain a lead among young, white women in Ohio, he can win.
By Alex Ward - 25 October 8:00
Outbreaks of sectarian violence expose Lebanon’s vulnerability to outside forces.
By Yiannis Baboulias - 23 October 16:09
Golden Dawn is having a field day while MPs from other parties are assaulted.
By Alex Hern - 23 October 8:04
More uses of "freedom" than "liberty", and none at all for "eurozone".
By New Statesman - 23 October 7:32
Barack Obama on Mitt Romney's foreign policy.
By James Rollett - 22 October 14:50
The Warwick International Development Summit provides a platform for the spread of innovative new ideas.
By Geoff Brokate and Kaye Martindale - 22 October 12:23
While travelling through the Swat Valley in 2010, we interviewed the young school girl standing up to the Taliban.
By Alex Hern - 20 October 10:17
Saying more than that would give the game away...
By Alex Ward - 18 October 16:10
A split between the "Red Princelings" and party technocrats threatens to derail the smooth leadership transition.
By Denis MacShane - 17 October 16:27
Despite all the wars, bloodshed, victims, and hate, the country still can't come to terms with modernity.
By Ai Weiwei - 17 October 14:33
Ai Weiwei's leader for his momentous guest edit.
By Cheng Yizhong - 17 October 13:32
Chinese media organizations are riddled with informers who report directly to the government – only a minority of journalists are brave enough to fight the system.
By Ai Weiwei - 17 October 12:46
The Chinese government hires people to distort or deflect conversations on the web. Ai Weiwei persuades an “online commentator” to tell all.
By Ai Weiwei - 17 October 12:18
Chen Guangcheng was forced to flee China in May after years of persecution. His advocacy on behalf of women and the poor in the face of China’s one-child policy has made him an enemy of the state.
By Adam Taylor - 16 October 14:23
Adam Taylor got a month's readers in a day thanks to a link from the Drudge Report. But, he wonders, is the Conservative icon's power waning?
By Heather Boushey - 16 October 10:07
The second presidential debate will focus on the economics of the middle classes, writes CAP's Heather Boushey.
By Alex Ward - 15 October 17:46
Chinese bellicosity in the near seas could usher in a new era of instability.
By Nick Pecorelli - 12 October 16:02
US voters are more socially liberal and increasingly concerned with "fairness", rather than simply "freedom".
By William Brett - 12 October 14:59
The Peace Prize was a reminder that the EU has been a force for good and remains a bulwark against further suffering.
By Sorana Stanescu - 11 October 12:29
Revealed: how job restrictions have left Romanian and Bulgarian construction workers underpaid and vulnerable to exploitation.
By Jonathan Powell - 11 October 8:05
There is a big problem with the United Nations, says Jonathan Powell.
By Yiannis Baboulias - 10 October 9:04
As protestors chanted anti-austerity slogans and clashed with riot police, the German Chancellor did nothing but look after her own electoral interests.
By Alex Hern - 09 October 16:19