America and Britain have invaded two countries suspected of harbouring and encouraging terrorism, and effected regime change in both, killing many thousands of people in the process.
The tall, ruddy-faced man opened my door and said: "I'm Jim Howard. Where do I start?"
Tony Blair and John Howard, the Australian PM, may take the Middle East road map seriously, but Bush
Somewhere, lying around conquered Iraq, are stocks of mustard gas, nerve gas, anthrax and botulinum toxin, plus numbers of Scud missiles, gas centrifuges for uranium enrichment and mobile biological warfare factories.
Bush's Brain: how Karl Rove made George W Bush presidential
James Moore and Wayne Slater <em>John
The left opposed war in Iraq because it wished to stop the international order being trashed, argues
Was Serbia's prime minister murdered because of his politics or his underworld activities?
Should George Galloway be put on trial as a traitor to his country? Should Anthony Blunt have been?
As promised, Labour has legislated for greater controls on arms sales. But there are still plenty of
Blair, Schroder and Chirac may be at odds on Iraq, but all three want to keep unions down. Can John
Rows of grounded airplanes, brand new libraries without any books, millions of lost jobs: the effect
Will the hawks bring about what the US has tried to stop for 50 years: Arab unity? Neil Clark report
David Lawday meets Marine Le Pen, daughter of Jean-Marie, and hears of her sympathy for France's imm
The famed military-industrial complex has won, while the diplomats have lost all clout. John Kampfne
Richard Dowden explains why the American forces, which operate like the German army and gear everyth
You think you know this story. You don't. In a journey from Soweto to Papua to Mexico, Paul Kingsnor
Notwithstanding some anxious mutterings, the issue of whether weapons of mass destruction will now b
Grace Livingstone in Venezuela finds that, while the liberal middle class has deserted Chavez, the p
On the letters page of this issue (page 36), a reader implores "those on the left to ask themselves why they are waking up every morning to find themselves on the wrong side of liberation struggles across the world".
Why do we hear so little nowadays about Gaddafi? He was once the biggest rogue of all. Annette MacKe
The United Nations is viewed with contempt in the US and only one role is envisaged for it: as a rub
Robin Cook argues that the PM must restore Britain's place in Europe by keeping his distance from Bu
In Doha, the message is relentless: all of a sudden, the problem is Syria and the man who took tea w
Only four African countries supported the war, and their leaders all have a taste for invading their
Just when you thought the horizon was cloudless, a new conflict is coming to a head. The Pentagon ha
They have blown off the limbs of women and the scalps of children. Their victims overwhelm the morgue.
At last there is joy on the streets of Baghdad and, although it is impossible to know what proportion of the Iraqi population unreservedly welcome the invaders, nobody should for a moment regret the demise of Saddam Hussein.
From the realpolitik of CYA (covering your ass) to the DC mayor's advice for Fido, America remains j
Imagine a new British invasion of Egypt orchestrated by the followers of Ian Paisley, and you will h