NS Profile - The Israeli left
By Stephen Howe - 09 December 12:00

At home, they are regarded as outdated dreamers; abroad, as accomplices in war crimes. They face a b

Why the French call us Londonistan
By John Kampfner - 09 December 12:00

The pressure is on to dump civil liberties. Incredible as it may seem to us, Tony Blair is accused b

Mark Thomas wonders if Saddam's men recycle paper
By Mark Thomas - 09 December 12:00

Just under two years ago, Jack Straw believed that Iraq's security forces were even-handed and just.

Waving goodbye
By Nicholas Fearn - 09 December 12:00

The Winter War

William R Trotter <em>Aurum Press, 283pp, £18.99</em>

ISBN 1854108816

America - Andrew Stephen on magic solutions for US schools
By Andrew Stephen - 09 December 12:00

Charter schools and vouchers were supposed to be the magic bullets to improve education. But nobody

America - Andrew Stephen on a monstrous new bureaucracy
By Andrew Stephen - 02 December 12:00

The new Department of Homeland Security will become a monstrous bureaucracy; it's the biggest change

National parks, state schools and hospitals, laws against pollution: all could be under threat from the World Trade Organisation
By Nick Cohen - 02 December 12:00

Nick Cohen reveals the astonishing details of how a little-noticed international agreement could und

World at war
By John Gray - 25 November 12:00

Terror on the Tube and plans to invade Iraq are just the beginning. Industrialisation, it was though

An unlikely supporter
By Johann Hari - 25 November 12:00

Observations on anti-globalisation

Devil's advocate. Neil Clark challenges "one of the most effective demonisation campaigns of modern times"
By Neil Clark - 25 November 12:00

Milosevic: a biography

Adam LeBor <em>Bloomsbury, 386pp, £20</em>

ISBN 0747560900

Mark Thomas pooh-poohs the plot to gas us
By Mark Thomas - 25 November 12:00

The government is trying to alarm you about terrorist attacks just as the weapons inspectors go into

America - Andrew Stephen on America's top women
By Andrew Stephen - 25 November 12:00

Nancy Pelosi, who has reached the highest office ever achieved by a woman in US politics, is conside

The Pope's political troops
By John Lloyd - 25 November 12:00

The left has less to fear from right-wing extremists than from the new centre-right which, with a st

America - Andrew Stephen says Resolution 1441 suits Bush fine
By Andrew Stephen - 18 November 12:00

As 250,000 ground troops get ready to invade Iraq, the assumption is that Saddam Hussein will be top

Just like his pal Silvio
By Nick Cohen - 18 November 12:00

Tony Blair, assisted by a posse of unelected advisers, propaganda paid for by our taxes, and a subse

How Spain can lead the world
By John Carlin - 11 November 12:00

Observations on Gibraltar

The great socialist shame
By Geoffrey Robertson - 11 November 12:00

Left-wing thinkers backed policies that tore Aborigine girls from their mothers

America - Andrew Stephen analyses the American elections
By Andrew Stephen - 11 November 12:00

The Democrats gave the Republicans a free ride in the mid-term elections: their leaders were so inep

Bruised, battered and out of power
By John Lloyd - 11 November 12:00

The European left is in retreat. It stole the right's economic clothes; now the right threatens to s

Under Ataturk's portrait
By Mihir Bose - 11 November 12:00

Mihir Bose finds more headscarves and less <em>raki</em> as Turkey's secular state faces creeping Is

Whatever happened to No Logo?
By Johann Hari - 11 November 12:00

Until recently, the anti-globalisation movement looked set to become the defining new element in pol

Iran totters between two evils
By Lindsey Hilsum - 04 November 12:00

Faced with a choice between the Butcher of Baghdad and the Great Satan, which do you back?

America - Andrew Stephen reveals Britain's rewards in Iraq
By Andrew Stephen - 04 November 12:00

The US is making it clear that there will be rewards and punishments after a second Gulf war. Britai

John Pilger predicts a great new people's movement
By John Pilger - 04 November 12:00

Something is stirring among the people. Energy and organisation are far in advance of the 1960s: thi

Blame it on the archduke
By Adam Sage - 04 November 12:00

Adam Sage watches Slobodan Milosevic, on trial in The Hague, frustrate the judge and the prosecuting

After the theatre, the drama continues
By Pavel Felgenhauer - 04 November 12:00

Vladimir Putin may not be a communist, but he is a statist: he hates the Chechens as agents of Russi

Mark Thomas calls Labour voters to action
By Mark Thomas - 28 October 12:00

Bush wants war with Iraq and will use any excuse - like Saddam Hussein has infringed the copyright l

America - Andrew Stephen on the Bushies' vitriolic campaign
By Andrew Stephen - 28 October 12:00

This year's mid-term elections are turning into one of the most ill-tempered and vitriolic ever. The

Entombed in poverty. Russia - John Gray on the market madness of the post-Soviet period
By John Gray - 28 October 12:00

Russia: experiment with a people

Robert Service <em>Macmillan, 408pp, £20</em>

ISBN 033372626X

Dad's Army hits Jordan
By Andrew Gilligan - 28 October 12:00

Where do arms dealers, Prince Andrew and the "axis of evil" mingle? Andrew Gilligan finds them all a

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